Michelle Woolhouse

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Michelle Woolhouse
MBBS, FRACGP, ACNEM, FASLM, Grad Dip. Mind-Body Med Dr Michelle Woolhouse is an integrative specialist GP. Her philosophy is that health addresses the whole spectrum of a person’s life: emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and environmental. Dr Woolhouse has an in-depth understanding of the underlying cause of diseases and in the healing principles of the body from an energetic, biochemical , psycho-spiritual and relational level. In addition to her medical degree from Monash University in 1996, and her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner’s (RACGP), she also has post graduate qualifications from Swinburne University in Nutritional Medicine and Mind-Body Medicine, as well as training in hypnotherapy, acupuncture, and various meditation techniques. She was the founder and medical director of Whole Medicine, the second largest integrative medicine clinic in Victoria, from 2009 to 2020. Dr Woolhouse is co-founder and co-host of the award-winning health podcast, The Good Doctors, and is currently the medical director of Australia largest wellness platform and soon to launch online wellness support program, called vive.ly. Her number one piece of advice to patients is: everything in moderation even moderation. She loves surfing, watching her children grow up, yoga and walking in nature.
Modality: 
Medical doctor
Association / Registration Number: 
na
Years Experience: 
10+ years
Location: 
Australia
Jan 11, 2022

Dr Michelle Woolhouse and psychologist Sharee Johnson discuss burnout and workplace wellness.

Dec 07, 2021

Dr Michelle Woolhouse and Professor Craig Hassed discuss the psychoneuroimmunology (PNI)

Nov 16, 2021

James Maskell joins Dr Michelle Woolhouse for a conversation around how a community-based model of healthcare improves outcomes for patients, practitioners, and society as a whole.

Oct 26, 2021

Dr Michelle Woolhouse and Nicole Bijlsma emphasize the importance of taking a comprehensive environmental exposure history.