Carol Greenhouse is the lead apprentice of Dr. Ruediger Dahlke, who developed the Transformative Medicine philosophy. Greenhouse first discovered Dahlke’s work while at a retreat center on Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, where she was given a Xeroxed copy of The Healing Power of Illness. She knew right away that she’d be involved in bringing Transformative Medicine to the United States.
Greenhouse first introduced to Dahlke’s work in Transformative Medicine to the Intelligent Optimist, where she spent several years designing courses involving some of the leading thinkers in transformation and health, from Bruce Lipton to Alberto Villoldo and Jean Houston to Ken Wilber. She has since focused on Transformative Medicine, developing an array of programs, workshops, and publications designed to introduce these ideas to the west through her own organization, the Center for a New Mainstream.
Greenhouse lives in Vermont with her teenage daughter.