All events are held at Coastal (29 Marginal Way in Portland) and are free and open to the public except where noted. Registration is required.

Design a Pediatric Wellness Wheel:
A Tool to Visualize Your Child’s Health & Wellbeing

Thursday, January 9th, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Join Lindy in creating a wellness wheel to support your child’s health, happiness, and resilience.

This process uses the visual representation of a circle to identify strengths & imbalances, that form the foundation of physical, and emotional well- being.

Lindy’s informative, interactive presentation will teach visionary concepts about Pediatric Integrative Medicine. Attendees will learn practical strategies to turn life from chaos to calm.

  • The interconnectedness of nutrition, sleep hygiene and discerning use of screens
  • Decoding medical paradigms to sift through infinite data on the internet
  • Levelheaded strategies to boost focus & learning
  • Basic supplements that can support cornerstones of health

Discussion will include, but not be limited to:

  • Brain-gut health
  • Nutrigenomics (how food affects our genes)
  • Sleep architecture
  • Mindfulness & movement
  • Environmental influences on epigenetics

Please bring a clipboard or something hard to write/ draw on. Paper & colored pencils will be offered to those who want to draw their personal wellness wheel during the presentation.


Linda S. Grigel MHP, PA-C, Fal River Health Center

Approaching medicine with a reverence for the mind-body connection, Lindy Grigel MHP, PA-C, established Fal River Health Center in 2004, to provide innovative patient-centered care and wellness education.

With 40+ years of clinical expertise, she examines the source of health imbalance and provides effective treatment supported by evidence-based research.

Lindy is well known in our community for her acumen and wisdom.

“Sometimes in life, you meet someone that you could not imagine life without thereafter.” – AB

To learn more about Lindy and her practice, visit

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Practitioner Event: Diagnosis and Treatment of Mold-Related Illness

Thursday, January 23rd, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Drs. Wu and Greenfield will be here to share their extensive knowledge on treating patients with mold-related illness. This is a practitioner only event and registration is required. Full details will be posted soon.


Dr. Jeff Greenfield, DO, Osteopathic Healthcare of Maine

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Frequency Specific Microcurrent Therapy (FSM) for the Treatment of Pain and Inflammation

Thursday, February 13th, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Research suggests that FSM can change cell signalling by changing its membrane receptors. This, in turn, can alter a cell’s genetic expression. The theory is that this action can actually change cell function and structure. Heather and Carol will explain how this can be beneficial as an adjunct treatment for various conditions.


Heather McLean, MS, CNS and Carol Wu

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Fundamentals in Cancer Prevention: Changes You Can Make Today

Date TBD (winter/spring)


Dr. Miranda LaBant, The Sante Center for Natural Healing

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Mold Illness: How Mold Exposure Could Be Impacting Your Health

Date TBD (winter/spring)

Dr. Aguiar will discuss how symptoms of various illnesses such as Lyme, can mimic those of mold-related illness. Chronically ill patients should consider the potential for mold involvement.

Dr. Jacob Aguiar, ND, Co-Founder of Scarborough Integrative Health

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