Stop thinking of your own well-being as something that’s beyond your control.
Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson, aka “The VibrantDoc”, is a survivor and an advocate for safety who would love to share her personal story to help others.
Dr. Stacie married the wrong person and found herself in a dangerous, severe abusive situation. She spent seven years basically locked away with no voice, no freedom, and no hope. She narrowly escaped with her life and knows firsthand the devastation and destruction that comes from abuse.
When she was finally able to escape, she became an advocate for others being abused and works tirelessly to share the importance of ensuring you are surrounded by healthy, supportive, and nonabusive friendships and relationships. Safety and connection are critical aspects of our overall health – without it, things like exercise and diet won’t move the needle.
Ultimately, Dr. Stacie was able to reclaim her voice and live a healthy, constructive, and vibrant life. She is now a recognized leader in functional medicine focused on integrative, regenerative, anti-aging, and natural medicine modalities. She’s the author of the new self-care book Vibrant: A Groundbreaking Program to Get Energized, Reverse Aging, and Glow.
About The VibrantDoc
Dr. Stephenson has dedicated her life’s work to helping people create vibrant health from within to prevent chronic disease and recover from illness naturally. In addition to her functional medicine and anti-aging board certifications, she is a Certified Nutrition Specialist® and Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Stephenson is the Founder and CEO of health and wellness media venture, VibrantDoc, and serves as the Chair of Functional Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America®. She is also a board member for the American Nutritional Association, has partnered in a joint “Healthy Communities” venture with the American Heart Association, and is the Vice Chair of Gateway for Cancer Research, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding breakthrough cancer research and early-stage clinical trials.