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Deborah Berg, N.D.
Deborah Berg is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine with a successful practice in Richmond Hill. She teaches Nutritional Pathology in Greater Toronto Area branches.
 

Jennifer Chen, B.Sc., N.D.
After graduating with an Honours B.Sc. in Biology from McMaster University, Jennifer completed her studies at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and graduated in 1999. Jennifer practices in Toronto. Jennifer has extensive training in NAET, Bowen Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and has a special interest in working with autistic children. Jennifer is also very involved with research in this field. She teaches Allergies at the CSNN Greater Toronto Area branches.
 

Elizabeth Clarke B.A.. R.H. N., R.N.C.P.
Elizabeth Clarke holds a degree in Sociology from the University of Toronto. Since then, her creative energy has led her to successful career paths in various fields. Currently, in addition to being a holistic nutritionist practicing out of York University's Glendon Athletic Club, Liz instructs fitness and cycling classes at various locations across Toronto. She is a certified Personal Training Specialist, a certified Schwinn Indoor Cycling Instructor and completed the Stott's Pilates Instructor Training Program. Elizabeth delivers a variety of educational health seminars at many local organizations.

Caroline M. Dupont, M.Sc., R.H.N.
Caroline holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology, a Black Belt in the NIA technique (a holistic movement form), is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, and a Certified E.M.S. Balancing Practitioner. Through her company Health & Beyond, she works with clients individually, offers NIA mind, body, fitness and whole-foods cooking classes, and presents various health related topics. She teaches at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition Greater Toronto Area branches and at Seneca College's Holistic Health Program.

Vivian Lee, B.A., R.H.N., R.N.C.P., T.C.M.Dp.
Vivian is the licensed manager of the Toronto Branch where she also teaches. Since departing from her corporate career, Vivian has become a multi-disciplinary practitioner in holistic health and has been practicing in the last ten years. Among her practices, is Nutrition and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The latter is a certified discipline that encompasses herbology, acupuncture and tuina. She is also a qualified instructor of ZhiNeng(R) Medicine QiGong and is active in expounding natural healing to current applications and science.

Jennifer Pun, ND, BSc.
Jennifer Pun, ND, graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2002 with a Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Sciences – a balanced program of combining science and art . After setting out to find the perfect career to complement her interests, as an artist, a teacher, a graphic designer, and a yoga instructor, Jennifer happily found the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine after exploring various options . She is passionate about patient education, the fusion of Eastern and Western philosophies, and individualized medicine. Jennifer’s special interests include Women’s Health, Fertility, Pediatrics, Digestive function, Detoxification, Weight Loss, Endocrinology, Preventative Medicine, and Mind-Body Medicine. She practices in midtown Toronto.
http://www.drjennpunND.com

Lilian Presti, B.A., RNCP
Lilian Presti has been working in the field of wellness for the last 8 years. Currently she does nutritional counseling in several health clubs, runs a weight loss program in a wellness center, delivers corporate nutrition seminars and wellness programs. She strives to help attain goals in weight management, improved vitality, healthy pregnancy and children’s nutrition. She. Lilian has been featured in various magazine, MSN/Sympatico’s Weight Loss Challenge and occasional TV appearance. She has also worked with beauty product companies to add nutritional expertise to their promotional activities.

Erin Psota B.Sc., N.D.
Erin completed her medical studies at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2005 after obtaining her Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Waterloo. Her passion regarding children’s health care led her to Arizona in pursuit of a unique Pediatric Residency opportunity in 2010. Erin is the only Canadian ND to have completed a residency of this kind. Erin is registered and actively involved with the Ontario Board of Directors of Drugless Therapy-Naturopathy (BDDT-N).

With the belief that an integrative setting is the best approach to health care, Erin maintains a general family and pediatric practice at two locations downtown Toronto alongside medical doctors, chiropractors, midwives, registered massage therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists and orthopedists.

Romi Raina, ND, BSc, BA
Dr. Raina attended McMaster University and obtained degrees in Life Science and Medical Anthropology. Then, inspired to learn a form of medicine that uses a holistic framework while still maintaining a scientific approach he pursued a degree at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Along with his board certification and membership in Naturopathic Doctors Ontario Dr. Raina holds certifications in parenteral therapy and first line therapy. Previously he has worked in a community health care facility in Manaus, Brazil, alongside traditional healers in Q`eqchi, Guatemala. And after working as a medic in the Canadian Forces for the past fourteen years Dr. Raina has learned to understand and appreciate the balance between evidence based medicine and patient based natural medicine. With an eclectic background in science, medical education and hands-on experience Dr. Raina gained a deep understanding of health and wellbeing.

Dr. Raina see himself as a general practitioner in complementary medicine suited to address a wide range of health concerns from the common cold to more complicated chronic conditions. In addition to his private practices in Markham and Whitby he teaches at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, a supervisor for the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, and a medic for the Canadian Forces.

Lorene Sauro, B.A., R.H.N.
As a member of Knives and Forks-Advocates of Organic Agriculture, Lorene has been working with farmers and promoting organic agriculture for twelve years. As a Cordon Bleu graduate, she has worked in the food industry for seventeen years as a chef and a product developer for many corporate companies. She is currently working as nutritionist, teacher, and product developer. She teaches at CSNN Greater Toronto Area branches.

Debbie Smrz, BSc., N.D.
Debbie graduated from Guelph University with an honours degree in Genetics and Molecular biology. After working and travelling the world, returned to study at the Canadian College of Naturopathic medicine. With two children of her own, Debbie has a special interest in children and women's health, breast cancer, environmental medicine, fertility and pain management, has good success working with clients desiring weight loss, as well as anti-aging assistance. She is trained in Darkfield microscopy and terrain analysis, certified in IV therapy and facial rejuvenation, and has travelled to Europe to undertake further training in biological medicine.
Debbie is also a sports and fitness enthusiast. A past member of the Markham Rugby Football Club and Guelph Varsity Lacrosse, she now partakes in Ultimate Frisbee, tennis, biking and running. She just completed her first triathlon and has been a fitness instructor for over 14 years. She is an energetic and compelling speaker, and has spoken at various corporate events and Shows. Her goal is to combine her motivational and lifestyle counseling skills to guide and facilitate change to restore and maintain optimal health in her practice and guided retreats.

Ashima Suneja, BSc., ND
Ashima attained an honours B.Sc. from the University of Toronto in Mathematics and Human Biology. It sparked her attention to health and healing, leading her to the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine to obtain her N.D. She believes that life is a continual learning process and thus, enjoys being in the classroom with students in addition to being in practice. Ashima’s interests in mental health, immunity, whole foods diets extend her into various in-depth researches and teaching these courses at CSNN.

Lisa Tsakos, B.A., R.H.N., R.N.C.P.
Lisa Tsakos is a holistic nutritionist specializing in weight management and sports nutrition. Since founding Nu-Vitality Health & Wellness in 1997, she has had a busy nutritional counseling practice, conducted natural foods cooking workshops, and authored three books. Her current venture is facilitating nutrition programs at numerous corporations. In addition to her corporate work, Lisa teaches nutrition at Centennial College, the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, and the Transformational Arts College. Lisa has also been featured on Discovery's Channel 'Food to Go' series.

Daniel Watters B.Sc., N.D.
Daniel Graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine after completing a bachelor degree in Biology at the University of Victoria. His wide array of interests and insights in healing steered him towards a general eclectic style practice in downtown Toronto. He has a special interests in probiotic strain specificity and nutritional genetic polymorphisms, providing great applications in his teachings.

Michelle Weir
Michelle Weir, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, graduated with Honours from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) and was the recipient of the “Award of Excellence”. Michelle has also earned her certification in Nutritional Live Blood Cell Microscopy. In addition, Michelle has a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree with a major in Human Nutrition (Administrative Dietetics) from the University of Guelph.

It was her own health issues that led Michelle back, full circle, to her early schooling in nutrition education, but this time embracing the Holistic arena. Michelle has successfully grown her clinical practice with a primary focus on digestive issues (i.e. Candida, parasites, allergies, skin issues), the liver, detoxification protocols, pH management, Type 2 diabetes and cancer. Nutritional live blood cell microscopy is a tool she uses to help motivate clients, identify nutritional imbalances and assist in monitoring their progress. Michelle practises in midtown Toronto. http://www.pathtohealth.ca


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