Dr. Carrie Beth Smith

Dr. Carrie Beth Smith is another member of the 360 Living care team. She is a clinical pharmacist with diverse interests in the world of health and wellness. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry at William Jewell College prior to entering pharmacy school at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN where she obtained her doctorate in pharmacy. After several years of practice, Carrie Beth became a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. She also completed a traineeship in advanced pain management and palliative care through the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Carrie Beth began her journey to health and wellness after reading the book, Wheat Belly, recommended by her inspirational colleague and friend, Dr. Carmen Keith. Through education, encouragement, and utilizing the right tools for her, she began to find consistent personal health progress leading to remarkable success. During her first two years on this journey, Carrie Beth lost 100 pounds and has kept it off. In addition, she completed the Grand Canyon half marathon. She has discovered health and wellness is not simply about the food you put into your body or the exercise you do, but also includes a healthy mindset that speaks to personal worth of the entire being.

Carrie Beth became inspired by the vision of Dr. Keith, and joined the 360 Living care team to help others along their path. She then began the education process for becoming a Certified Institute of Functional Medicine Practitioner, something rarely found in the pharmacist community. She also became Wellcoach certified, combining her interests for health of the body and mind. Recognizing that embracing physical health is only one part of the wellness journey, Carrie Beth returned to school where she is pursuing a Master’s degree in counseling.

Dr. Smith adds a unique component to the mission of 360 Living. She understands that a healthy body is only possible with a healthy mind, and enjoys working with those whose journey involves emotions and stress tied to eating. She focuses not only on nutrient rich eating plans and movement, but also on mindfulness and spirituality for completion of the 360 Living vision.

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Maybe you still have some questions to ask before deciding to embrace 360 Living. Our care team coordinator is happy to answer any questions you have as you consider moving from a life of surviving to thriving.

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