Julie Tran

Founder

Talk Title:
Speak Up! 4 Tips to Become the CEO of Your Health and Your Life

Growing up I dealt with weight and body image issues stemming from family criticism, especially from my mom and cousin. I remember when my cousin told me that to be successful I needed to be thin and also asked me don't you want your future husband to be able to carry you across the threshold? I felt sad, disempowered, insecure, and very angry. The anger turned to spite; the spite fueled my fire, my resolve.

In that moment I took my power back and promised myself to always act with confidence and to do things on my terms, in my own way.

An example of this is when I decided to attend Naturopathic Medical School, I was criticized for not going to regular medical school and “didn’t I know that the Naturopathic Doctor’s License wasn’t recognized in CA yet.” In my four years of school, I earned a doctorate and two masters, and in my 1st year of school, the state of CA recognized the naturopathic doctor’s license. Today I take great pride in instilling confidence and empowering my patients to ultimately choose themselves, to invest in themselves to achieve optimal health and a life without the limits of poor health, self -doubt and self-criticism. This is why I do what I do as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor.

Dr. Julie Tran, ND, L.Ac , is a native of San Jose, CA. She earned a BA in Psychology from The University of Redlands in CA. During her undergraduate studies, she interned at the Loma Linda Behavioral Medical Center as a Behavioral Health Specialist. Inspired by the idea that there is more to healing than just changing brain chemistry, Dr. Tran decided to pursue a career in naturopathic medicine as an avenue to explore whole-person healing.

Her studies took her across the country to Bridgeport, Connecticut where she earned her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and two Masters; one in Human Nutrition and one in Acupuncture; all from the University of Bridgeport. A firm believer in Hippocrates who said “Let food be thy medicine,” Dr. Tran trained with Dr. Peter D’Adamo, ND, author of the New York Times Bestseller, Eat Right for Your Type (The Blood Type Diet) at the world-renowned D’Adamo Clinic.

During this time she also became a Fellow of the Institute for Human Individuality (FIFHI). Dr. Tran is happy to currently be back home in San Jose, CA; where she completed her Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from Five Branches University. An avid researcher and clinician, Dr. Tran enjoys writing articles and keeping patients abreast of new treatment methods. She is the author of the eBook The Best Book on Naturopathy, a guide for starting a career in naturopathic medicine. When not researching or seeing patients she enjoys relaxing, music, and spending time with her husband.

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Growing up I dealt with weight and body image issues stemming from family criticism, especially from my mom and cousin. I remember when my cousin told me that to be successful I needed to be thin and also asked me don't you want your future husband to be able to carry you across the threshold? I felt sad, disempowered, insecure, and very angry.

The anger turned to spite; the spite fueled my fire, my resolve. In that moment I took my power back and promised myself to always act with confidence and to do things on my terms, in my own way. An example of this is when I decided to attend Naturopathic Medical School, I was criticized for not going to regular medical school and “didn’t I know that the Naturopathic Doctor’s License wasn’t recognized in CA yet.” In my four years of school, I earned a doctorate and two masters, and in my 1st year of school, the state of CA recognized the naturopathic doctor’s license. Today I take great pride in instilling confidence and empowering my patients to ultimately choose themselves, to invest in themselves to achieve optimal health and a life without the limits of poor health, self -doubt and self-criticism. This is why I do what I do as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor.

Dr. Julie Tran, ND, L.Ac, is a native of San Jose, CA. She earned a BA in Psychology from The University of Redlands in CA. During her undergraduate studies, she interned at the Loma Linda Behavioral Medical Center as a Behavioral Health Specialist. Inspired by the idea that there is more to healing than just changing brain chemistry, Dr. Tran decided to pursue a career in naturopathic medicine as an avenue to explore whole-person healing. Her studies took her across the country to Bridgeport, Connecticut where she earned her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and two Masters; one in Human Nutrition and one in Acupuncture; all from the University of Bridgeport. A firm believer in Hippocrates who said “Let food be thy medicine,” Dr. Tran trained with Dr. Peter D’Adamo, ND, author of the New York Times Bestseller, Eat Right for Your Type (The Blood Type Diet) at the world-renowned D’Adamo Clinic.

During this time she also became a Fellow of the Institute for Human Individuality (FIFHI). Dr. Tran is happy to currently be back home in San Jose, CA; where she completed her Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from Five Branches University. An avid researcher and clinician, Dr. Tran enjoys writing articles and keeping patients abreast of new treatment methods. She is the author of the eBook The Best Book on Naturopathy, a guide for starting a career in naturopathic medicine. When not researching or seeing patients she enjoys relaxing, music, and spending time with her husband.

Talk Title:
Speak Up! 4 Tips to Become the CEO of Your Health and Your Life

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