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Dr. Cathi Philippi, MD


Trust Care Kids

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Dr. Phillippi joined TrustCare in 2021. She earned the Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mississippi College in 1994 and her medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in 1999. Dr. Phillippi completed her pediatric training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/Arkansas Children's Hospital. Prior to joining TrustCare, Dr. Phillippi practiced at Children's Medical Group in Jackson, Mississippi, and spent time in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Phillippi is married to Dr. Mark Phillippi, a nephrologist at Central Nephrology Clinic and they have three children.


Dr. William Ashley Hood, DO, FACOOG, FACOG
Elite Wellness for Women

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Dr. Hood is currently in a private practice OB/GYN clinic in Jackson, Mississippi.  He received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He then completed his internship and residency in OB/GYN at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

Dr. Hood remains extremely involved in the osteopathic profession.  He is currently serving his second year as a board member for the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologist.  He is also serving as chair of the ACOOG Bylaws Committee and has served on various other committees and chaired annual and fall conferences.


As a student and a resident, he served on the American Osteopathic Association’s Board of Trustees.  He currently serves on the AOA’s Bureau of Osteopathic Education, and the AOA Council of Osteopathic GME Development.  He has previously served on many AOA bureaus, councils, and committees.  He has served as a delegate for the Mississippi Osteopathic Association for fifteen years, and is a past-president of the Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association.

He has served on two committees of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.  He also serves on many hospital committees at River Oaks Hospital in Jackson, MS.


He is also an adjunct professor at William Carey University – College of Osteopathic Medicine in Hattiesburg, MS, where he teaches women’s health topics.  He also serves as a preceptor for osteopathic medical students during their third and fourth year.


He enjoys life with his wife, Summer, and their 4 children.  He enjoys golf, and water skiing, and traveling with his family. 


Interesting fact:  Dr. Hood, or “Ashley”, was named after Gone with the Wind.  His mother was a big fan of the movie, and her best friend’s name?????   …… You guessed it, Scarlet.  There were actually 5 boys in his high school named Ashley (generational thing)!!



Dr. Christiana Glick


Mississippi Lactation Services

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Dr. Christina Glick practiced neonatology for over 30 years before retiring to open Mississippi Lactation Services, a free-standing breastfeeding clinic located in Jackson, MS.  She has had a career long interest in breastfeeding, first for the fragile premature infant and now in the broader context of infant, family and community health.  Her practice is based on the principles of family centered care and the clinic’s environment is designed to promote a relaxing and healing setting.  She has three grown children, their spouses and three grandchildren with whom she has the luxury of enjoying in her spare time. 


Holly Ellingburg Jackson, LPC
Center for Change

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I am a 43 year old woman who has a passion for people.  I have known since early in life that I came into this world with a heart to move toward rather than away from people who are in emotional pain. And, as we all discover, life has brought about many unexpected difficulties that gave me the gift of suffering and surviving the suffering to discover beauty and freedom on the other side of the pain.


Outside of the office I am a single mother who divorced after 13 years of marriage. I am a recovering bulimic and have been in recovery for 24 years. In 2013 I experienced the traumatic and unexpected death of my son, Gavin, and that is just the tip of the iceberg.


Life isn't easy, and no one is immune to suffering.

On the other end of the spectrum, I love being mom to my daughter. I love nature and outdoor activities. I love yoga, working out, and cooking... especially when cooking for those that I love.

Also, I love people, and I am passionate about coming alongside people who are bound by the consequences of the suffering they have endured. Together, we discover the strength they didn't know they had.

Every person has inherent worth and value, and I feel so alive when I see others get free from the things that previously crushed them



Rebecca Turner


Good Things with Rebecca Turner

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Author, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), radio host, television presenter, and a certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and mom to two spunky girls. 


Rebecca Turner has extensive broadcast and print media experience, specializing in creating multi-media content on diet and nutrition for the general public and competitive athletes.


Through print, TV, and radio, Rebecca Turner strives to provide sensible nutrition advice to a statewide and national audience. Lending her talents to Mississippi Public Broadcasting's healthy eating show, Fit to Eat, and the Emmy Award-winning children's show, Ed Said. Turner appears on WLBT / FOX 40-TV as a wellness expert and has created nutrition-based features for national publications like LifeWay HomeLife Magazine and Open Windows Devotionals. 

Rebecca Turner zealously spreads the message of her published books. Mind Over Fork: Escape Dieting to Find the Healthy Lifestyle You Deserve offers a holistic approach to health and wellness that focuses on nutritional advice, mindful meditation, and behavior modification. Enjoy Good Health: A faith-based approach to personal wellness, combines her food expertise with her Christian faith to help women live life healthy based on God's Word, not the world's standards.


On weekdays, you will find Rebecca Turner hosting her statewide talk radio show, Good Things with Rebecca Turner, on SuperTalk Mississippi. 


Rebecca Turner graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with both a bachelor's and master of science degree in nutrition and food systems. In 2012, she was awarded the Mississippi Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year and received the Circle of Excellence Award from SUDIA in 2014. 

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