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 I've had a real interest in healing and Nature since I was a child. When I wasn't playing outside I was studying animals and presenting my findings to my parents and brother (I'm sure they were thrilled!) My mother took me to see naturopathic doctors, homeopaths and chiropractors when I was growing up so natural healing has been a big part of my life since the very beginning. I remember going to see one specific practitioner when I was 12 years old.  He treated a physical concern by identifying and clearing an emotional trauma that happened when I was 8. I was amazed and I remember thinking that when I grow up, I want to help people the same way that he does. He passed away before I could be mentored by him professionally, but in the mysterious way that the Universe works, I found myself in the office of a naturopathic doctor who had been his close friend and colleague for 40 years. We had an instant connection and this ND became one of my most important mentors. It all came full circle when he introduced me to the technique that healed me when I was 12. It's called neuro-emotional technique and it's one of the many modalities that I work with in my practice. 

I believe that health concerns provide us with a valuable opportunity to pause and reconnect with ourselves in order to explore and understand what our symptoms may be trying to communicate to us. My passion is supporting you through that exploration and guiding you to a greater sense of health and wellbeing through a combination of awareness-based tools of inquiry, and natural medicines (should they be required).

I welcome all new patients and I have a special interest in women's health, pediatrics and fertility. 

Outside of my clinical practice, I'm an avid cyclist, student of shamanism, and gardener. I live with my 5-year old daughter. You can typically find us outside, barefoot & sun-kissed, getting excited about the latest bud/flower/fruit/vegetable that has shown up in our garden, or tending to the jungle that we call home. At last count we had about 40 tropical plants of various sizes, including 3 giant monsteras, lemon and lime trees, and a fig tree! 

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