Updated April 15, 2018 (Thanks to Garth!)
Professionals Supporting GAPS & Official GAPS Practitioners
Most of the health care professionals familiar with GAPS are able to provide support in person, by phone and/or online (email or Skype). The support offered by a practitioner by phone or internet can be just as effective as that provided in-person. So, if there isn’t yet a practitioner in your area, please do not hesitate to arrange a consult by phone or email with one practicing in any other location in the world.
To find a health practitioner familiar with GAPS, there are four places to look. Some names appear on more than one list; to a large degree this is due only to the somewhat random nature of information compilation. While each resource lists a different set of practitioners, no one list or practitioner is recommended above any other. Please note that many of those who have not taken the training to become official GAPS practitioners have already been providing excellent GAPS support for several years before the training became available, thus remain deeply skilled and effective resources for you!
The four lists:
- the GAPS Guide book
- practitioners I’ve been made aware of since the publication of GAPS Guide: http://gapsguide.com/book/book-updates/
- International Nutrition website: http://www.gapsdiet.com/gaps-practitioners.html
- professionals specifically trained by Dr Natasha in her course: http://www.gaps.me/find-a-gaps-practitioner.php