Paradigm Change provides a wide variety of information on mold toxins, mold-related illness and mold avoidance.
This page provides a list of links to all online information resources produced by Paradigm Change.
Websites, blogs, a forum, a selection of books, several social media pages and two email newsletters are included.
Paradigm Change Website
Information on mold toxicity, mold-related illness and mold avoidance presented with the needs of the beginner in mind.
Information is shared via Facebook, Twitter and occasional email newsletters, as well as on this website.
The email address is info at paradigmchange dot me.
Paradigm Change Blog
This blog has the goal of examining the role of environmental toxicity in human illness in a thoughtful way.
Advocacy issues related to both mold-related illness and ME/CFS also are discussed.
The main authors are Lisa Petrison and Erik Johnson, with occasional guest blogs.
Living Clean in a Dirty World
This highly curated community blog project provides links to information from a wide variety of sources relevant to the topic of recovering from mold-related illness.
The Locations Effect Facebook page provides stories and photos about “feel-good” locations.
The Locations Effect website (now archived) served as repository for people with chronic illness to note how they felt when visiting different locations – information that is now collected in the Locations Ratings section here on the Paradigm Change website.
Avoiding Mold is a Facebook page sharing information about toxic mold and mold-related illness.
This website and blog provides basic factual information on myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) as well as discussion of advocacy issues.
An associated Facebook page provides links to new media stories, journal articles and other information about the disease.
Lisa Petrison, Ph.D.
A Paradigm Change website page provides information on Paradigm Change founder Lisa Petrison.
She also runs the Mold Avoiders website and forum, which addresses the needs of individuals pursuing the mold avoidance approach discussed in the book A Beginner’s Guide to Mold Avoidance.
In addition, Lisa is on Facebook and Linked In.
A photo blog of her travels is called “An Unplanned Journey.”
Links on this page are in orange (no underlining).