Good Sense Healthcare
I grew up a farm kid in southern Minnesota. I graduated from the College of St. Benedict with a BA in Music and English. After college I traveled and worked, but found I wanted to follow an interest in medicine, so I went back to school to become an RN. After many years as a nurse—in many different states, I realized I wanted to learn more about homeopathy and complementary medicine. I loved being a nurse, but I felt the medical world needed more people who could understand conventional medicine and alternative medicine. I followed my heart and left nursing to study naturopathic medicine in Portland, Oregon, at National College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Today, I work with women who are wanting to improve their health and wellness; women who are in the middle of their lives, experiencing the sometimes challenging “pause” of menopause. This time in a woman’s life can be isolating, confusing, and overwhelming. I created The Project: Naturopathic Solutions for the Adult Woman as a way for women to work through this time, together, with education and community. As a healthcare practitioner, my objective is to support my patients in achieving their own goals, and to be an ally so they can attain the most optimal health possible.
When I’m not seeing patients or teaching classes, I’m a friend, mother, wife, sister, and daughter. I enjoy watching baseball, spending time outdoors, going to the movies, and potluck dinners with friends and family. Life is good.
102 Russell Street, Hadley, MA 01035, USA