I am a naturopathic physician, raised and educated in New England. I am honored to support people of all ages, genders, and cultural backgrounds as they return to wellness. I practice primary care in Vermont and as a specialist in natural medicine in Massachusetts and Vermont. In addition to the variety of concerns brought to primary care, I have particular interests in digestive, hormonal, and women’s health, mood and sleep. I also offer craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation: gentle, powerful forms of physical medicine for pain and other conditions.
I earned my degree in 2011 from Bastyr University in Seattle. The Bastyr program–four to five years of academic and clinical training–combines the medical sciences with in-depth study of traditional and evidence-based treatments. I have been practicing in Northampton since 2012 and in Brattleboro since 2013.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, hiking, photography, and spending time with my family. All headers that appear on this site are my original photographs. I live in the woods of western Massachusetts with my family, our dog, two cats, and ten hens. I am the immediate past Vice President of the Massachusetts Society of Naturopathic Doctors.