Dr. Cheryl Scott is a PhD prepared nurse who has enjoyed a 40-year nursing career in Northern California. Dr. Scott has worked in many hospitals in Northern California as a registered nurse in many areas of Maternal-Infant health: Neonatal Intensive Nurseries, postpartum units, antepartum labor and delivery and outpatient pediatric clinics.
As an Adjunct Research Investigator for Stanford, Kaiser Permanente and University of California at San Francisco, Dr. Scott has assisted on many research topics pertaining to infant health.
Dr. Scott is a published author of her clinical research and many magazine articles pertaining to holistic support of the mother infant dyad. She has also enjoyed a very active career for 18 years as an national and international speaker on the topic of Human Lactation and Clinically Evidenced Based Maternal Child Health Care practices.
Cheryl’s primary love is working at the bedside of mothers and babies in the postpartum and NICU units assisting newly delivered mothers and their newborn babies.
Cheryl has two feet planted firmly in two divergent worlds of health care. For 40 years, she has been working in the American Medical model of care and for 25 years she has been a strong advocate of holistic medicine. She is a Certified Family Herbalist. Her bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees are in Holistic Health. Her career goals have been on the integration of many holistic modalities into Western medicine.
Cheryl also established the Volcano Ubuntu Center in her village of Volcano in Northern California, where she conducts workshops on holistic self care, energy healing, self-empowerment, innovative gardening and self-sustainable practices. She provides workshops on Alternative Energy sources and zero-point energy devices and modalities and has notable guest speakers such as Ralph Ring who helped with the development of Otis T Carr’s OTCX1.