Journey To Becoming a Founder
Dr. Erin Moore had always had a passion for helping others. It wasn’t until 2007 that she found her true calling, to help the people of Nepal. Struggling with imposter syndrome, white saviorism, and martyrdom she quickly realized that in order to effectively help those in need she needed to get rid of her ego. After years of working for other nonprofit organizations in Nepal, Dr. Moore decided it was time to start her own thus ParticpAid was born.
With a dream of helping the people of Nepal, Dr. Moore quickly got to work with her own nonprofit organization. Being the founder of a nonprofit organization comes with its own struggles. After her first failed promise, she felt like she let the people of Nepal down. Only then to realize the best way to support these people was to make these mistakes.
The Evolution of Support
Originally dedicated to health initiatives in Nepal the organization grew and adapted to fit the needs of those it served. After the earthquake in Nepal, they shifted their focus to disaster relief before finally implementing health camps in rural areas.
Self Love vs. Self Compassion
The lessons learned along the way are integral to the person Dr. Moore is today. She now works as a Self Love coach helping others discover that they too can affect change. The only thing that many people are missing is a healthy relationship with themselves.
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Many naturopathic doctors use herbs, supplements, and other remedies to support this self-healing process. Dr. Moore is a lot different from other doctors you’ll meet. Her clinical focus is on the emotional and behavioral aspects of chronic disease. That means that although she is trained and licensed to prescribe anything from Alpha-lipoic acid to Zoloft, he treatment plans do not include anything that comes in a bottle.