Dr. Jake Felice, N.D., L.M.P. is a charismatic public speaker and social media expert on the topic of medical cannabis. As a consultant and national cannabis brand ambassador, Dr. Felice provides scientific, medical, public relations, and compliance based advice for companies in emerging and existing cannabis markets. Dr. Felice has consulted for major cannabis companies including for Willie Nelson's brand, Cannabis Basics, Medical Marijuana 411, and The Academy of Cannabis Science. He is a recognized cannabis expert and blogger at CannabisMatrix.com.
Dr. Felice delivers professional industry training for cannabis professionals in WA State who are required by law to obtain medical marijuana consultant certification through the Washington Sate Department of Health. The education of these career cannabis professionals includes helping companies comply with state law, an overview of the cannabis plant, the endocannabinoid system, its medical effects, as well as customer service guidelines specific to the cannabis industry. Dr. Felice writes content and develops educational videos for cannabis education classes, and he regularly runs online chats providing expert advice for students and industry professionals.
Clinically, Dr. Felice specializes in the treatment of chronic pain and the improvement of human performance. He is a graduate of Bastyr University, and former adjunct professor where he taught Advanced Soft-Tissue Manipulation and Radiographic Lab Interpretation. He earned his undergraduate degree from Penn State University where he played varsity lacrosse and majored in psychology with a focus on the study of peak human performance.
Jake's Teaching Style & Approach
How do you present material to students?
I operate and manage inquiries in an online chat format. Whenever possible I source the most relevant peer-reviewed resources to further student knowledge and comprehension on a deep level.
How you interact and work with students?
I provide clarity to student questions and encourage discussion at all times.
I encourage questions and frequently ask my own questions to elicit dialogue and facilitate the student's construction of their own knowledge base.