Dr Heather Herington, a licensed naturopathic doctor (Bastyr ’87), board certified in Classical Homeopathy (DHANP ’90), has successfully treated motivated clients with chronic health conditions for thirty years. First identifying the underlying cause and then utilizing the body’s innate ability to heal using gentle assistance, the goal is empowered and informed healing on every level.

Conditions/Diseases treated include: Depression; Grief; Anxiety; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; ADD, ADHD; Addiction; Mental-Emotional Imbalance; Auto-immune Disorders; Autism, Asperger’s, Tourette’s; Adrenal Fatigue; Thyroid Disorders; Heavy Metal Toxicity; Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis; Immune System dysfunction; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Digestive and Microbiological Dysfunction, Hormone and Neurotransmitter Imbalance; Allergies; Cancers.

Modalities: Clinical Nutrition, Classical Homeopathy, Botanical Medicine; Mind-Body Therapies; Detox and Cleansing Programs; Sound/Movement and Writing
HOME RESUME WORKSHOPS DETOX LINKS
Email ask@drheatherherington.com or call 818 307 6368 for an appointment.
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Dr Heather’s unique practice grew out of treating sexual abuse survivors initiated by the Vancouver Archdiocese. A truly holistic practice incorporating body, mind and emotions, she utilizes state-of-the-art laboratory testing and an array of modalities to tailor individual treatment.

Her workshop NARRATION allows for artistic expression and play as a source of healing.

Her present focus is autoimmune disease. She wrote and produced the radio play, DR GRAVES, WE HAD YOUR DISEASE, based on her own personal experience. Her novel FLAWED, a four-generation saga, is a reflection of her Kitsilano, BC practice. A CONVERSATION WITH AN OVARY (Or Two) is her radio play on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. THE CALLING HOUR, a children’s eco musical, underscores children’s connection to nature, a healing journey that a theatre group can perform in a community center, church, temple or backyard.