About Ellen DiNucci
Ellen trains health professionals, patients, and the general public in intuition skills for productivity and wellness. She draws from numerous traditions, including inner navigation techniques, mindfulness meditation, relaxation therapies, and energy healing modalities.
In addition, Ellen is a past curriculum developer and instructor at Stanford University,Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, and various professional and community organizations.
As a past project and research coordinator, spokesperson, and instructor at the former Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program at Stanford, Ellen managed a high profile lecture series. She also created and ran an information clearinghouse for the general public, scientists, and the media.
Concurrent with her employment at Stanford University, Ellen served at Stanford as a Mind-Body Health Coach, a member of the Healing Partners Program, and an instructor and curriculum developer in cancer supportive care and nursing continuing education. She previously served as a consultant to the San Mateo County Employee Health & Fitness Program and the Psoriasis Research Institute.
Author of numerous publications, including a scientific, peer-reviewed journal article on energy healing, Ellen has been interviewed by print and broadcast media and served on the boards of several organizations.
Ellen has a B.A. in Communications-Journalism and an M.A. in Clinical Holistic Health Education. She holds certificates in intuition studies, various energy healing modalities, health coaching, and personal training. In addition, Ellen has studied a variety of mind-body health disciplines, including Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Imagery for Healing.