Confused about your hormones?

You don't have to be.

Join Megan Anderson, APN, and Allie Nowak, PA-C as they discuss the most common hormone questions and imbalances seen in perimenopausal and menopausal women. Our goal is to normalize and destigmatize this transition and equip you with tools to navigate this time period with education and grace. Then, on November 10th, Megan and Allie will follow up with a live Q&A to answer any questions you may have after watching this conversation.

What's Included?

  • Webinar

    One-hour prerecorded conversation between two members of CCFM's clinical team. Unlimited replay available.

  • Q&A

    Q&A with Megan and Allie to answer questions you may have after watching their conversation. Join them LIVE on November 10th at 10 am PST. Replay available.

  • eBook

    Download the accompanying eBook to review topics covered during the conversation on women's health.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to Women's Health

    • What to Expect -- Start Here!

  • 2

    Women's Health: Understanding and Supporting Hormones

    • Women's Health Webinar (video)

    • Women's Health Q&A (video replay & transcript)

    • Women's Health eBook

    • Women's Hormones Membership Package (NEW!)

  • 3

    Additional Resources

    • Hormone Blueprint Questionnaire from Aviva Romm, MD

    • Cyclesense Chart from Aviva Romm, MD


Physician's Assistant

Allie Nowak

Allie Nowak is a board-certified Physician Assistant who graduated with a Master’s degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. She was first introduced to Functional Medicine in 2011 during her capstone undergraduate internship with Dr. Terry Wahls; she experienced firsthand the impact a therapeutic diet and lifestyle can have on patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. The experience not only was eye opening, but forever changed the way she wished to approach her patient’s care. After completing her graduate school coursework, a year of Primary Care, and transitioning to OBGYN, she decided to pursue Functional Medicine training given the gap she saw in standard medical care. She has completed the Kresser Institute ADAPT Practitioner Training Program as well as advanced training through A4M in “A Metabolic and Functional Approach to Endocrinology”. She began her Functional Medicine career in OBGYN; however, her practice quickly expanded beyond hormone imbalances to include gastrointestinal issues, poor sleep, fatigue, metabolic problems, and autoimmune disease. Allie currently resides in Minnesota and enjoys spending time with her husband, son and two Miniature Goldendoodles. In her free time, hiking, camping, cooking, traveling, weightlifting, and spending time with friends brings joy to her life.

Nurse Practitioner

Megan Anderson

Megan Anderson, ANP, is a Nurse Practitioner, who received her nursing degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2004. Megan worked as a staff nurse in both pediatric cardiology/surgery and gynecology/oncology for 3 years before starting graduate school at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2006. She worked at a Federally Qualified Health Center for 3 years during graduate school before becoming a Board Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner in 2009. In 2010, Megan moved to Fort Collins, Colorado with her husband and son, because they wanted a lifestyle change and easy access to the mountains. Megan worked at another FQHC for 2.5 years with low-income pregnant women, and in 2013, she began working at an integrated medicine clinic. It was there that she was introduced to the paleo/primal lifestyle and then found her way into the world of functional medicine. After completing the ADAPT Program with the Kresser Institute for Functional and Evolutionary Medicine in 2017, she knew that she had found her calling. For the past 3 years, Megan worked at a functional medicine clinic called Balanced Well-Being Healthcare. She has grown as a clinician and honed her skills with functional medicine diagnostic and treatment options. Helping people address underlying chronic issues and get back to feeling their best is what feeds her soul, and she feels grateful every day for the opportunity to help people identify ways to feel and live their best life. Outside of work, she loves spending as much time outdoors as possible with her family and friends – running, hiking, skiing, etc. She is obsessed with all things related to human nature and healthy habit formation, and she is beyond thrilled to work with the California Center for Functional Medicine.

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