Kristine Davison Allcroft earned her PhD from the Fielding Graduate Institute’s Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Clinical Health Psychology. Her dissertation research investigated remarkable recovery and long-term remission from advanced colon cancer. In addition, Kristine is a student of the East West School of Herbology, a student of T’ai Chi. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Comparative Religious Studies and her Master of Arts Degree in Psychology. She is a Certified Nurses Aid and holds a Black Belt in Tung Soo Do Karate.
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