Nathan Goodyear, MD, ABAARM
Docēre rāphè: Docēre is Latin for doctor which is translated, teacher. Rāphè is Hebrew for physician which is translated, healer. Dr. Goodyear’s passion for Wellness began with his own 100-pound post-college football career weight loss. Dr. Goodyear is dedicated to disease prevention, disease resolution, and to the Wellness Lifestyle through a solution-based, Integrative Medicine approach founded in science.
Katheryn Johnston, BSN, MSN, NP
I absolutely love to learn which has led to complete many years of schooling. I received my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in nursing through Chamberlain College of Nursing. Beginning in 2012, I worked in a variety of settings which included home health, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, and primary care offices. Along the way I have specialized in cardiac and critical care, particularly within the environment of the ICU. During this time, I also went on to obtain my Family Nurse Practitioner license.
Jessica Whipple, RN, CCRN
I was lucky enough to be raised by a mother who was very into alternative healing methods and the diet-disease connection. Because of this I have always been fascinated by the human body and decided to go into nursing.
Samantha Holland, RN, BSN, MSN
Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, I moved to Arizona in 2013 with my husband and two Boston Terriers to attend nursing school at Brookline College. While there I received both my Bachelors and Master’s degree in Nursing. My experience includes the acute care setting (med/surg, progressive care), regenerative medicine, and home health.
Natasha Stella, BSN
In 2005, I obtained my Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Malaspina University located on Vancouver Island in Canada. During my final year at the university, I also specialized in advanced Oncology Nursing through Athabasca University in Edmonton.
Marla Kaz, BSN
I received my BSN from Grand Canyon University and spent 30 years of my professional career in Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Arizona, California & the US Virgin Islands. I also have work experience in home care, research, and occupational health. Throughout my career my focus has always been on helping others and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Erica Johnson, RN
In 2010, I received my RN from the University of Alaska, Anchorage. Throughout my career I have specialized in geriatric nursing with an emphasis on symptom management and chronic illness.
Laurinda Mordh, RN, BSN
Raising a homeschooled family of six kids to be healthy and productive members of society was my impetus for learning as much as I could about the natural “herbs of the field” that God has provided for us to maintain good health.
Tess Jensen, LNA, MA
Two years ago, my husband passed away after undergoing treatment for cancer. After that experience, I decided I wanted to dedicate my time working in holistic cancer care. I’ve learned the benefits of this approach which is a combination of the wellness of the mind, body, as well as spirit, which is all needed to promote healing, whether it is for prevention or health maintenance.
Andrea Carter, CHT
As an I-ACT certified Colon Hydrotherapist, I know the power of combining nutrition and naturopathic modalities to create an environment in the body conducive to health and healing. For six years I have been practicing colon hydrotherapy alongside many passionate practitioners and doctors.
Silke Thompson, LMT, CDT
Originally from Mannheim, Germany, I received training as a medical assistant and completed 2,200 hours at the School for Physical Therapy and Massage Therapy. In addition, I was certified in Manual Lymph Drainage at the Foeldi Clinic in Hinterzarten, Germany.
Zhen Liu, LAc
For over 23 years, I have experience practicing as a Traditional Chinese Medical doctor in China. After graduating from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in 1989, I worked as a TCM doctor in Yanzhou Youhao hospital for 17 years.