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Student & Alumni Profiles

Amy Davis, PsyD, BS (’05), spoke to us about the questions that led her to psychology and her research into global differences in counseling.

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Siergiewicz in classroom

A student reflects on her first quarter: "Studying naturopathic medicine is the hardest thing I've ever done. Now I know I can handle it."

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Health policy professor Valerie B. Yerger, ND (’92), shows how Big Tobacco targeted African-Americans and how communities can take charge of their own health.

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Portrait of Steven Rissman, ND

Bastyr graduate Steven Rissman, ND ('96), counsels young men who struggle with anger, showing how care providers can empower patients to manage inner turmoil.

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A ferry in the Puget Sound.

A speaking engagement at Bastyr University turned into a miracle for midwife Therese Charvet, who helped deliver a healthy baby girl in the middle of Puget Sound on her way to campus.

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Veterans at Bastyr plan to use their counseling and healing skills to help other military members returning from service.

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Marcy Dorsey, RD, outside a Microsoft wellness fair.

Nutrition graduates offer personal coaching on the front lines of the workplace wellness movement.

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Katie Strobe

Katie Strobe is the first naturopathic medicine student awarded the Poncin Scholarship, which aids ambitious young people who are engaged in medical research in Washington state,

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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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