Hello and welcome to my website!
I'm a registered naturopathic doctor with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO). I practice Naturopathy virtually, over the phone, and in-person in Midhurst and Richmond Hill, Ontario.
This is my graduation picture, taken before writing my board exams, and becoming a registered naturopathic doctor. I am standing next to my best friend, my husband, who helped me a lot during my journey to become a naturopathic doctor.
I graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in 2019 in Toronto, where I completed my 4-year full-time naturopathic program including my internship, and obtained my Doctor of Naturopathy Degree. 
I completed my internship at Robert Schad Naturopathic Teaching Clinic (RSNC) and Brampton Civic Naturopathic Teaching Clinic (BNTC), where I provided naturopathic treatments as a primary intern for several non-emergent chronic health conditions, such as supporting patients with chronic digestive disorders, menses issues, low energy, stress, low mood, thyroid issues, diabetes, etc., under the supervision of registered and experienced naturopathic doctors. During my internship, I had the opportunity to see a total of 280 patients and completed 1200 hours of clinical training.
I believe my interest in becoming a naturopath was initially rooted in my childhood, where I was exposed to traditional Persian medicine such as nutritional and herbal remedies. My passion to learn about where our food comes from led me to continue my higher education in agricultural engineering. During my master's degree, I started learning more about medicinal herbs, which made me passionate about learning the philosophy and history of herbal medicine and other natural therapies. After finishing my master's degree in Iran and moving to Canada, I applied for CCNM as my first step in becoming a naturopathic doctor.
Aside from my clinic, my kitchen is the second place that I spend most of my time, since I love healthy cooking! I truly believe the food that we eat plays a crucial role in our well-being. Beside cooking, kayaking on the beautiful Lake Simcoe in Barrie, Ontario is my favorite activity with my husband during the summer. I also enjoy hiking and spending time in nature during all seasons. 


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