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Student & Alumni Profiles

Darley

Interest in sleep medicine first led alumna Catherine Darley, ND ('02), to Bastyr University, and now she has started the Institute of Naturopathic Sleep Medicine to further "bridge the field of sleep health and naturopathy."

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Laurie Steelsmith, ND, MSA ('93)

Laurie Steelsmith, ND, MSA (’93), offers hundreds of tips to enhance women’s sexual vitality in her new book, which is available at the Bastyr Bookstore.

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Ravyn Ramos, ARNP, ND ('09), standing in the clinic lobby

How did alumna Ravyn Ramos, ARNP, ND ('09) prove herself as the first naturopathic doctor at the busy Tulalip Health Clinic? A persistent focus on her patients.

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Jeungwon Yoon

After guiding a friend through cancer treatment, Jeungwon Yoon devotes herself to researching the disease at an integrative clinic in South Korea.

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Teri Rose

Combining a customer-focused attitude from Kraft Foods and a whole-food education from Bastyr helped Teri Rose, MS ('08), earn the title "Best Nutritionist in the Twin Cities."

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Michelle Leary

Michelle Leary, BS ('09), was an economics major studying abroad in Switzerland when she signed up for a Pilates class that changed her life.

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Segrest smiling with students

Nutrition graduate Valerie Segrest helps Northwest tribes reinvent traditional foods, learning that social change starts in the kitchen.

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Sharon Gray, MS (’06), LAc

Sharon Gray, MS (’06), LAc, is one of many Bastyr graduates whose own health journey inspired her to join a healing profession. Now she's growing a practice and creating a cookbook that draws on crowd-sourced variations of a single simple recipe.

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Difani

A 2009 graduate of the herbal sciences bachelor's program, Difani opened Herbal Wellness, a retail herb store in Kirkland, Wash. She consults on herbs and nutrition and helps formulate custom herbal blends.

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Darcie Boltz opened Heeling Allies, a business that trains assistance dogs and matches them with people with emotional and psychological needs. She calls the dogs "a highly effective type of alternative medicine and a wonderful adjunct to traditional therapies."

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