Just a little thank you note.

Gratitude, wonder, and grace are some of the feelings that I have been having since I made the jump to doing my practice full time. I am grateful to all who have allowed me to continue working with them, to all the new patients that have reached out to me, and to my all of my friends and family for all of their help. Myself, husband, and son took a big leap to make this change, and it has been hard work, but also inspiring. It has all been worth it.

I wake up every morning with the privilege to do something that I love. I love Naturopathic Medicine, and I love sharing my knowledge with my patients. I love how trusting the medicine and helping my patients understand the processes of health has transformed so many lives. 

I am humbled to be part of so many of those lives. Just the other day I was thinking about how interconnected we all are. I have helped people to find their health, have babies, and even just laugh and cry. But, what I want to also share with you, my patients, is how much you all mean to me. You allow me to be a part of your world, and for that I am truly blessed; I take it as a great honor. Some of you have trusted me with your entire families, friends, and larger community, and for that honor I don’t even know what to say other than thank you. 

When I started medical school, I did not know, truly, what I had gotten myself into. I knew it was going to be a crazy time, but I did not yet understand how it was going to change my life. I met some of the best people that I know in medical school, and I even met my husband there in Arizona too; none of which I could have imagined before I started the process.

As we come up on 2017’s Summer, I will have been seeing patients for over 10 years. I am so grateful that this is the path in life that I have chosen. Grace put me in the right time and place to learn about Naturopathic Medicine. I cannot image my life without Naturopathic Medicine, without my patients, and without my family. I am excited for the next 10 years of practice, to see how I continue to grow in this field, to see how my family grows, and to be a part of your, my patients, lives.