BHSc, BNAT (Hons)Rachel Arthur qualified as a naturopath from Southern School of Natural Therapies in Victoria in 1998. She has been actively engaged as a naturopath specialising in nutrition since this time in a variety of capacities, including private clinical practice, lecturing, research, writing and corporate health.
In 2009 Rachel completed her thesis, reviewing methods of zinc assessment, at Southern Cross University where she continues to teach nutrition and supervise final year naturopathic students. More »
M.Clin Psych (cand.); B.Psych (Hons1)
Kate’s approach to research and practice is described as both highly scientific and humane. Known for her practical compassion and ability to interpret complex issues with colourful clarity, Kate shares psychological teachings with a refreshing non-judgmental sense of humour(often directed at herself!). Kate values egalitarian relationships and seeks to set up a ‘collaborative learning community’ where we are all able to serve as each other’s teacher. Kate often states her “other job is being human” or imperfect. It is with this openness and acceptance that she approaches herself and all others with to facilitate change. More »
B.Nat., B. Mech Eng
With degrees in both Mechanical engineering and Naturopathy, Kathryn’s two careers may seem at odds, however so much of Kathryn’s approach to each patient’s treatment plan draws from skills gained from her education and work in both fields. With an armoury of research, critical thinking, organisation skills and an ingrained systematic approach Kathryn can help you find your way through to the best solutions for your specific health complaint. More »