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Interdisciplinary Conference

Thursday, March 9, 2023

Registration and continental Breakfast: 8–8:30 a.m.

Conference: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Jansen Music Hall, Clarke University Campus

Speakers

Amy Elisabeth

Amy Elisabeth resides in the Midwest with her three amazing children. She has recently written a book that couches on her journey in domestic abuse. Through that experience she is speaking publicly and walking alongside women to offer encouragement during their healing process. She has launched multiple legacy ministries with her children in 2022. Sharing Beautiful Ministries is an equine therapy program assisting women and children in finding true hope and their identity through Jesus. Her 13 year old son launches Cast57 Ministries, a fishing ministry for children dealing with anxiety and trauma; and her 10 year old daughter created Sonshine Farm Ministries, a children’s pet therapy ministry.

 

Britt Gosse-Jesus, PT, DPT

Board Certified Women’s Health Specialist (she/hers)

Britt received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Clarke University in 2016. Following receipt of her DPT, Britt pursued further advanced training in pelvic health physical therapy. Britt received her Board Certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists in Women’s Health Physical Therapy in 2019 and has logged over 6,000+ hours of direct patient care in pelvic health. Britt primarily treats men, women, and children experiencing bladder, bowel, sexual dysfunction, and pelvic pain with a focused niche in chronic pelvic pain conditions. Britt practices with a holistic mindset to address the patient and their concerns individually. Inclusion of trauma-informed care is a part of her clinical practice and is a topic integrated into all her continuing education coursework. Britt is also involved in teaching continuing education courses, nationally, in content areas related to pelvic health. When she is not in the clinic and pursuing further knowledge in pelvic health, Britt enjoys spending time with her husband and son, tending to her plants, gardening or being outdoors, doing yoga, and sipping coffee.