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Our Team

At Teri Cochrane - Beyond Nutrition, our team is dedicated to achieving a quality of care that exceeds your expectations and helps you become the best you can be.

Founder & Senior Practicioner

Teri Cochrane


If my life has taught me one thing, it is that the student may one day be the teacher. My journey started when my children’s health crises demanded a more integrated approach than what Western medicine alone could offer. My response became my life’s work: The Cochrane Method®, which integrates a multi-level nutritional approach, including biochemistry, kinesiology, epigenetics and clinical observation to develop individualized health plans for my clients, with thousands of life-changing successes.

A specialist in complex health conditions and athletic performance, I serve as an integrative health care practitioner to elite athletes and those seeking hope in the face of health tribulations, providing expertise in a number of areas, including autoimmunity, longevity and fertility. My methodology has developed over 15 years at the intersection of holistic health and scientific research, with nutritional and genomic insights that have transformed the health of thousands of clients and are positioned to impact the world at scale.

Tina Fetterly


Tina is a BSN Registered Nurse who has worked in several wellness practices (i.e., Family Practice, Urgent Care, Pediatrics, and Integrative Dermatology). After becoming debilitated with migraines, severe neck instability, and being scheduled for brain surgery in 2014, another provider strongly encouraged her to meet with Teri.

After a week of following food recommendations, the fog lifted, and within one month, she was more active and migraine free. She was able to avoid brain surgery after failing to meet certain criteria. The surgeon could not believe the improvement was from nutrition alone! In 2017, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease, Babesia, Bartonella, Mold Toxicity, and a rare connective tissue disorder. She has extensive experience with Lyme Disease and is now thriving.

Tina firmly believes that The Cochrane Method® paired with a bio-individual food plan, proper nutrition, and intentional lifestyle changes, have been the key to her healing. She is passionate about sharing Teri's method with those struggling with pain and chronic conditions. She lives in Western Loudoun County on a small farm with her husband, loves to travel, and trying new healthy recipes.

Our Staff

Mandy Brown


Mandy Brown received her Bachelor of Science from James Madison University where she studied health sciences and biology. She currently works as a Senior Nutritional Associate and Senior Clinical Researcher. She is The Cochrane Method® trainer for employees of our practice. Mandy is certified as a nursing assistant (NA), emergency medical technician (EMT), and human ethics social and behavioral researcher.

Mandy has been centrally involved in the research and development of The Cochrane Method®. She has a deep scientific knowledge of immunology. Passionate about researching epigenetic and biological processes of the human body, Mandy enjoys applying clinical findings to The Cochrane Method®. She is a firm believer in bio-individual, holistic care to achieve optimal wellness for every client. In her free time, she enjoys listening to health and wellness podcasts, doing various forms of puzzles, including crosswords and escape rooms, and staying hydrated with Wild-Lytes.

Janis Chen


Janis graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia where she studied psychology and religious studies. While working as a youth counselor, she discovered how interconnected mental health and nutrition are.

Janis is both passionate about mental health counseling and cooking. She enjoys learning more about how matching the right foods to each individual's genetics can impact the landscape of a person's mind and overall health. During her free time, Janis loves to spend time in nature, read psychology books, and cook meals with her friends and family!

Jack Kinlan


Jack received his bachelor's degree in Psychology at Colgate University and a Master's in Integrative Medicine at Georgetown University. Upon graduating college, he began to experience chronic health issues related to Lyme Disease and Mold illness, leading him to seek solutions outside of conventional medicine.

Jack emerged from this journey eager to share his knowledge about holistic health care. He firmly believes that illness allows us to transform and return to our truest selves. In his spare time, he loves to be outdoors, stay active, and is always on the search for esoteric healing, history, and philosophy books.

Julie Howard


Julie joined the practice in March 2019 after leaving a 22-year career in Operations at a large PR firm in DC. With an opportunity to switch gears (and cut her commute time by 75 percent), she decided to work in an industry she’s passionate about with someone who’s at the top of her game in the field. Julie was a client of Teri’s in 2009, working through digestive issues that were quickly alleviated after adopting the gluten-free, Wildatarian lifestyle she leads today.

Julie warms the office with her contagious laugh and dedication to ensuring that each client is well-supported by our team. She’s a firm believer that almost any ailment can be healed through food and education, and she learns from her coworkers and clients daily.

Mary Murray


Mary Murray graduated from James Madison University in 1985 and pursued a career in banking. After her third child was born, Mary was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and started researching using nutrition as a way to be symptom-free vs. taking pharmaceutical drugs. She has been symptom-free for over 20 years after a complete diet change.

Mary became a client of Teri’s and in 2013 started working as Teri’s office manager. Today she is in charge of inventory and other office duties when needed. Mary strongly believes in the work that Teri does and the power of the human body to heal, given the right tools.