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Mary-Beth Charno, RN, MSN, ANP-C,  is a graduate of the inaugural 2009 Urban Zen Integrative Therapist program, and has been a teaching team-member on many premier programs nationally, including UCLA Medical Center, Kent State and Ursuline State Nursing Schools, several programs through Yoga Shanti, the Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute in Columbus, Boulder Community Hospital, and the Yoga Works/Urban Zen collaborative in NYC and LA.

She lectures to nurses on the rewards of holistic nursing and incorporating these therapies into their care.

Mary-Beth is also a 200-hr E-RYT/500-hr Registered Yoga teacher. She is a Master's Level Reiki practitioner, and a certified instructor of Breema, a system of gentle bodywork that fosters deep relaxation.  

 


WHAT IS A NURSE PRACTITIONER (NP)

An NP is a licensed RN with a Master's in Nursing education; therefore called an Advance Practice Nurse. Working with a nurse practitioner is not unlike working with a physician, in the sense that NP's can assess, order and interpret lab, diagnose and prescribe. And in fact, many NP's function as primary care providers. 

What sets NP's apart is our unique emphasis on the health and well being of the whole person with a focus on health promotion, disease prevention, and health education and counseling. NP's guide patients in making smarter health and lifestyle choices. 

https://www.aanp.org

CLINICAL EDUCATION

Master's of Science in Nursing:  Stony Brook University 2015

Bachelor's of Science in Nursing:  Pace University, NYC 2005

American Association of Nurse Practitioners: Certified Adult/Gerontology Primary Care201

Completed one year Functional Medicine Clinical Development Program with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald, 2018

Clinical training with Dr. Joseph Jemsek, 2018

Tick borne/Lyme Disease 15 month intensive mentorship by Dr. Richard Horowitz, 2016

ILADS: International Lyme and Associated Disease Society. Approved for membership by the Board of Directors, 2017

Low Dose Naltrexone Research Trust member/prescriber

The Institute for Functional Medicine:  Mary-Beth has been accepted into The Institute for Functional Medicine where she is studying the field of Functional Integrative Medicine. This is a rigorous program that will earn her a certification in the specialty of this highly innovative and desired field of wellness and healthcare.

 Oncology Nursing Society: Certified Oncology Nurse, 2007

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Chemotherapy & Biologics therapy clinical training, 2010

American Holistic Nurses Association: Certified Holistic Nurse, Board Certified, 2008

The Center for Mind Body Medicine: Food as Medicine Program graduate, 2012; Mind-Body Medicine level 1 graduate, 2011

ACAM-American College for Advancement in Medicine: Chelation Therapy training course 2012