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About me

It’s truly an honour to work with patients to help them achieve their health goals. I believe naturopathic medicine has so much to offer in our healthcare system. A large part of my practice is education – making sure you understand the what, why and how of what you are experiencing.

I became really passionate about menopause care when my own mom and aunt were going through their own experiences. They became the reason that fueled me wanting better care for women going through this stage of life. Their symptoms wouldn’t be classified as “severe” but I just wondered why there wasn’t really a discussion about bone health, cardiovascular health, brain health, that prevention piece. All these things that we know really start to impact women during this time.

I want them around as long as possible. As healthy as possible. I want them getting evidence-based information based on what we know NOW, not 20 years ago. I want them to understand their cardiovascular risk factors based on their personal and family history. I want them to know how to best take care of their bodies through nutrition and lifestyle modifications. I want them to take care of their bone health and reduce the risk of future falls and fractures. I want them to seek solutions and not "suffer" through symptoms because that's what women around them did.

So this is what I do with patients in my office – discuss all of these things exactly.


We are starting a new movement - a movement where women do not have to have the same outcomes as their mothers or grandmothers. We can start now. And we can have better outcomes. I look forward to meeting you. 




I received my degree in Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. I completed my Honours Bachelor of Science from McMaster University, double majoring in Biology and Psychology.I’ve completed additional training in pharmacology and obtained prescribing rights for selected substances including bio-identical hormones (estrogen, progesterone and thyroid hormone) and therapeutic dosing of nutrients (intramuscular injections of B12 and folic acid, and prescription of supervised higher doses vitamin D) which I may prescribe in conjunction with other naturopathic approaches.


I am registered and licensed to practice under the governing body of the College of Naturopaths of Ontario.  I am currently a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), and the International Menopause Society (IMS). 

Special Interests


My practice addresses female hormonal concerns, including menopause, irregular/heavy periods, acne, and vulvovaginal concerns.


I’ve completed additional training in pharmacology and obtained prescribing rights and am therefore able to prescribe hormone therapy as part of my practice. I have an immense passion for helping women understand their bodies, and that includes helping them navigate the perimenopause and menopause transition so they know what options are available to them. I sit down with my patients for an hour and go over the informed consent for hormone therapy so that they understand both the benefits and risks of this treatment option based on their individual health history. 

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