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Alex Shink interviews Mary Yuter, RN, BA Psych, RN.

Feb 12, 2024


1. What's your practice focus and what kind of clients knock on your door ?

I specialize in heart attack recovery, health optimization and in cardiovascular damage from pharmaceutical injections. I pick you up where the medical system dropped you off in my holistic cardiac wellness program. People are still getting sick, despite doctor visits, meds and tests, because the body is not being healed. Health is not found at the tip of a syringe or in a pill. When we support the body to heal, it can recover, and then the next step is ensuring future continued wellness.

2. Tell us about yourself. 

I left bedside care because I observed the medical system, while great at facilitating recovery in an acute or emergent situation, was leaving patients in a chronic loop of doctor appointments, and meds, with no plan to get out of it. There was not holistic options for heart patients. My parents both died of heart attacks before I became a nurse and my studies and credentials led me into learning how to optimize myself and others holistically. I created my program after beta testing clients.

3. Tell us the story of a patient who you are most proud of helping.

My patient on my website has surpassed so many hurdles. He had a heart attack 9 years ago, was diabetic and on 16 pills a day for medication. His doctors advised he have an open heart surgery and bypass graft. He said no way, and he found me. In 4 months, he had reversed his heart disease enough to cancel surgery, reversed his diabetes, and got off ALL medications. He was consistent in showing up for himself every day, and still enjoys his Scottish egg breakfast every Sunday with excellent labs!

4. What's one of the hardest things that comes with being a practitioner in private practice?

The hardest thing about being an entrepreneur is getting word out about yourself. It can also be lonely, if you are not working face to face with people. Most of my work is online, tho I am seeking to work in a wellness facility.


5. What are the top 3 tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow a private practice today?

The top three tips I would give anyone looking to start, run, and grow their private practice is to:


  1. Believe in yourself. Don't quit.

  2. Know that people need and are looking for the help you want to give them.

  3. Seek out other entrepreneurs who are crushing it so you can resource off them, and support one another. Don't work in a vacuum, network!

6. Where can people find you?

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