What’s Really Involved in the Vaccination Decision?

The parent who chooses to go against the grain by skipping some or all of the standard vaccination schedule for their child is left in charge of creating and managing their family’s own healthcare system. In rejecting the premise of an immune system delivered through a needle, they take on the responsibility to ensure that nothing is missing from their child’s healthy development.

I’ve helped many families with the practical side of what to do once they’ve decided not to vaccinate their child. One of the most fundamental commonalities they all share is a deeper intuitive feeling that there is something very wrong with the conventional vaccination program, yet they cannot fully articulate why they are feeling that way. Likewise, they feel that there is an approach which is much more safe and effective, but they are not sure exactly what all the components of that would be, and are looking for my guidance to find the starting point.

One of the highest ideals I strive for in working with parents, is that the spirit of a truly “informed consent” is attained, in the sense that they feel that they have been led through a process of education to a place where they understand exactly which course of action they will choose to take, and why. I lay out what a complete framework of health looks like, and how the question of immunization plays only one part in this larger domain.

Regardless of which course of action a parent chooses to match their knowledge and comfort level, I take the role of providing them with all of the resources and support I can which best helps them to move forward however they wish to. Whether that means helping support their child who will receive vaccines, and needs a specific detox protocol, or a fully non-vaccinated babe who needs the complete spectrum of complementary Heilkunst therapies to help with their natural development.

There’s more to the vaccination decision than most parents ever realize.

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