Mold-related illness needs a definition upgrade.

Take our courses accredited for CME credit.

Mold-related illness needs a definition upgrade.

Take our courses accredited for CME credit.

Our Courses

Our practitioner training course content outlines how to effectively test, diagnose, and treat mold-related illness and resulting conditions, such as PANDAS/PANS.

PANDAS & PANS: An Integrative Approach CME


Eligible for 10 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM

Intensive Certification CME on Mold-Related Treatment

Eligible for 10 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM

Updates In Mold

Peer Reviewed Published Papers

Case Report:
Antifungal Agents in the Treatment of Asthma and Allergy After Water-Damaged Building Exposure

Damp and moisture-damaged building exposure has been linked to adverse health effects, primarily related to respiratory complications from mold spore reactions. This paper describes a case of a previously healthy man who was exposed to a home with hidden mold infestation and remained symptomatic following proper remediation. The patient presented with allergies, allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, and treatment resistant asthma, as well as other non-respiratory symptoms likely related to inhalational mycotoxin exposure from his home. In this case, the addition of systemic and intranasal antifungals improved both respiratory and non- respiratory symptoms. Antifungals were used for a longer duration than customary and in combination with factors that addressed drug resistance. (Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine, September 2023 Vol. 29 No. 6)

Beyond Brain Damage:
Endocrine effects of traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) incidence and survivorship is on the rise, leading to an increase in people suffering from post-TBI complications and post-concussion syndrome. Regardless of severity, the injury event can also damage endocrine tissue in the brain, causing downstream endocrine dysregulation in nearly half of all TBI cases. Recognition and management of the endocrine sequelae provides a possible pathway to alleviate post-TBI symptoms.

Dr. Jill is excited about the ongoing collaboration with Dr. Neil Nathan, author of the bestselling books, Toxic and Mold & Mycotoxins. This mentorship group formed after a workshop given in April 2021 on Mold Toxicity with Drs. Nathan and Crista. After attending the “live” workshop attendees were invited to an ongoing Mentorship with Neil and Jill that meets every two months on a Saturday from 9 am – 12 pm PDT. Participants are invited to present patient cases to be reviewed and discussed from both the MD and ND perspective. All with prescriptive authority are invited to join the discussion.

Interested practitioners should email

Mentorship program flyer

Mycotoxin Fact Sheets for Patients 






Love, love, love your course… now I see everyone through mold lenses and it’s eye opening!

Tricia Paulson, B.Kin, DHN, ND