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While Afsoun’s practice is eclectic, using all naturopathic modalities for treatment, patients can also benefit from her advanced training in cosmetic/facial rejuvenation acupuncture and anti-aging treatments.
Anna holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria, and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from McMaster University with a Specialization in Cognition and Perception. Anna believes that working from a client-centred, individualized approach is essential in fostering meaningful life changes and growth through counselling.
Christianne believes that empowering her patients through health education is essential to proactive health care and wellness. She believes massage therapy plays a key role in dealing with many of life’s stressors, and is essential for long-term health and wellness. She has always been interested in how the body heals innately, how it functions in the presence of various stressors, and how individuals subjectively view their own health.
Daniel's mission is to accompany patients on their journey with cancer while facilitating their individual healing process by working in conjunction with the healing powers of nature before, during, and after conventional treatment. He is also an assistant professor teaching naturopathic oncology and clinical nutrition, as well as supervising 4th year interns in the Adjunctive Cancer Care Shift at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic.
Jonathan's private practice focus is on optimizing mental and neurological health with nutrition and botanical (plant-based) medicines. He has lectured extensively on various health-related topics throughout North America to medical doctors, naturopathic doctors, other health care providers and patients at numerous conferences and health fairs.
Kenn Luby, ND, is currently an instructor in homeopathy at CCNM and a clinical supervisor at the RSNC and has an extensive practice treating immune system disorders in collaboration with medical colleagues, with a focus on on homeopathy, nutrition and counseling.
Kenneth has been in private family practice for over 35 years. As a former chiropractor, his practice focuses on physical medicine with full spine and peripheral joint manipulation, and pain control through the use of acupuncture and, more recently, with homeopathic injection therapy called mesoreflexotherapy. His practice is also directed toward men’s health issues.
Kimberlee Blyden-Taylor sees patients at CCNM’s Integrated Healthcare Centre, with a focus on psychiatric and emotional health and infertility treatment including work with transgendered and same sex couples.
Over the past ten years, Nadine has worked in a medical practice and a multidisciplinary osteopathic-physiotherapy clinic treating children’s, adolescents and women’s acute and chronic health concerns. She employs all naturopathic treatment modalities in her practice and has a special interest in nutrition and bio-therapeutic drainage.
Saveria (Rena) has been in a family wellness practice for the past 19 years. She utilizes all naturopathic modalities including diet, nutritional supplementation, botanical medicine, and acupuncture, with an emphasis on Hahnemannian Homeopathy. Her practice focuses on women’s health issues and pediatrics including peri-natal health, well child check-ups, homeopathic prophylaxis (as a choice for/with conventional vaccinations), female hormonal imbalances, and infertility.
Sean uses all modalities of naturopathic medicine including diet, clinical nutrition, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese dietetics, homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage, naturopathic manipulation and lifestyle counseling. His practice focuses on how mental, emotional, spiritual and physical landscapes impact the patient, their health concerns and their healing.
Teresa integrates the art and science of healing in her practice with a special interest in treating digestive health issues, skin conditions, heart-health, pain conditions, women’s health and children’s health conditions.
Zeynep is faculty at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine where she teaches the third year women's health course and in gynecology training program. In her private practice, she has a clinical focus in women's health. This includes conditions such as infertility, pregnancy care, cervical dysplasia, gynecological conditions, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, menopause, and menstrual disorders.