Ariane de Robien
Initially trained in Psychology (Master from La Sorbonne Paris V), International Business (BBA from Schiller International University), Voluntary Sector Organisation (MSc from L.S.E), I worked eight years for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Iraq, Georgia, Congo, Sudan (Darfur) and Burma as a delegate and as head of office.
Then, filled with all these rich and fulfilling experiences, I decided to dedicate myself to naturopathy.
Indeed, earlier on in my life I had been cured of M.E. / CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) caused by Lyme disease thanks to Naturopathy.
Naturopathy is a more personalized way of helping people. It is also an approach to health that is in accordance with my admiration and respect for nature. Naturopathy allows one to understand how, rather than why, a person has developed a given unsatisfactory state of health.
I was trained at the European Centre for Applied Naturopathy (CENA), directed by Robert Masson, a well known French naturopath considered in France as a leading figure in the field and a former professor at the Paris XIII Faculty of Medicine. To complement this, I studied Iridology (Euro Naturo Formation, Jean-Pierre Lancel), micro-immunotherapy (Institute 3IDI) and Traditional Chinese Medicine (Faculté Francophone de Médecine Intégrée).