With a life-long passion for healing, Sita excels at pulling together interdisciplinary teams who work together to create the best possible treatment programs for complicated disorders. Her extensive knowledge of traditional and complementary techniques, combined with devotion to each patient as an individual, helps her achieve the best possible outcomes. Sita earned her medical degree from University of Colorado School of Medicine. She is triple board certified in Pediatrics, Adult/Pediatric Neurology, and Headache Medicine, and also received her Master’s of Public Health from the University of Colorado School of Public Health. Sita was recently the Director of the Headache Program at Children’s Hospital in Colorado and is a co-founder and Vice-President of the Anthropedia Foundation. She teaches some of the Neuroscience classes in our Well-Being Coach Certification program.
We partner with organizations such as school districts, universities, healthcare organizations, social service agencies, and communities to provide workshops, coaching, and coach training to their employees, clients, and community members.
Anthropedia coaches use evidence-based tools to help cultivate wellness that lasts well after each session.
Our wellness seminars and workshops are designed to give people an experience of interdisciplinary approach to well-being.
Our robust interdisciplinary training program is widely recognized as one of the most comprehensive programs in the industry.
At the Anthropedia Center for Well-Being we offer more than 20 different services to address physical health and well-being.