Dr. Alicia "Alise" Holland, EdD, HWO-OL, C.ht, is an educational researcher, certified hypnotherapist, life coach, and prominent authority on spirituality, meditation, mindfulness, intuition, alternative medicine, and tutoring. Outside of our 501c3 Not for Profit Healing Center, she is a Lead Faculty Area Chair for Research and Research Fellow at the University of Phoenix and has taught several college level courses in critical thinking, research, and organizational leadership. Dr. Holland spoke at Harvard University on personal development and has authored several books related to tutoring and spirituality. In July 2017, Dr. Holland presented an original quantitative research study on Meditation, Mindfulness, and Critical Thinking: Individual Characteristics in Online Higher Education in Toronto, Canada at Ryerson University. She may be contacted at Alise Spiritual Healing & Wellness Center, PO Box 94224, Phoenix, Arizona, 85070
Spiritual Healing & Wellness Center
Dr Yu Zhiling obtained his PhD degree in Biochemistry and did his postdoctoral study in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Dr Yu’s research is focused on the use of molecular approaches to study mechanisms of anticancer and anti-fatty liver Chinese medicines and the potential applications of DNA replication-initiation proteins in cancer intervention.
Shengtian Li has completed his PhD from the University of Tokyo, Japan in 2000. He is an associate professor and PI of Bio-X Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has published 39 SCI papers that have been cited over 1500 times, and his publication H-index is 18. His research has been supported by ‘973 Program Grant’, NSFC, and Shanghai Pujiang program.
Yongping Jiang, Professor, Ph.D. started his traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) study in 1978 in China and have been teaching and practicing TCM in the United States since 1997. He worked many years as a TCM doctor in the hospital system of China. He received NCCAOM Diplomate in Acupuncture and CPR/AED certification in 2009. He strongly believes that combining classical studies with clinical practice is essential in becoming a good practitioner and a good teacher. When treating patients, one’s clinical skills must be complemented with a warm heart. Preventing disease and preserving health are just as important as treating disease directly.