Kids aren’t just little adults. What works for an adult may not work for a very young child, as in the case of nasal sprays.

In this course, Dr. Jill walks you through the mold treatment modifications for infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and adolescents.

You don’t have to figure this out on your own. Get guidance from a doctor, experienced with helping children of all ages conquer mold.

Mold In Kids
Course for Parents

Kids aren’t just little adults
with Dr. Jill Crista

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Did you find out that mold is the reason behind your health problems, but you can’t get out?

Frustrating! And possibly paralyzing.

Is there anything you can do?
Is it better to wait to start treatment until you can get away from mold?
What if it’s going to be months before this is possible?

If this is you, Dr. Jill understands. She’s been there.

This course was created just for you.

She shares the 9 things that have helped her patients suffer less, and have a faster recovery once they’re able to move, remediate, or change jobs.

The information in this course will empower you to take smart, decisive action.

9 Things To Know While You’re Still In Mold

What To Do If You Feel Stuck
with Dr. Jill Crista

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Heavy thoughts weighing you down?

Take a 17 minute mini vacation of the mind. You’ll feel lighter and clearer with the thoughts you choose.

Lighter Thought Guided Visualization

Take A Break With Dr. Jill
with Dr. Jill Crista

Hanging chair on a coconut tree looking out towards the sea.



What’s a PANDAS Short? They’re short videos describing tools Dr. Jill uses to support those dealing with PANDAS, PANS, and other autoimmune encephalopathies.

She knows from experience that if you’re a parent of a kid with autoimmune encephalitis, you’re in a hurry to find solutions.

So, she keeps it short. Each video takes less than 5 minutes to view, and addresses a single topic. Dr. Jill shares specific ways she helps her patients and her own family, including the reasons why.

Mold Questionnaire to Identify Potential Mold-Related Illness