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 Our Team 

Dr. Hollie Levine, MSW, ND

Naturopathic Physician, Therapist, Clinic Director

I’m from the east coast of Canada but have been migrating westward since high school.  Before moving to the US, I completed an MSW, and lived in Toronto where I worked briefly in a shelter for women and children, made a couple of documentaries, and then moved to Vancouver where I studied pre-med sciences.  During this time Naturopathic medicine was a wonderful discovery for me when I had some of my own health challenges.  I was so impressed with the way my Naturopathic doctor practiced with the right mix of science, tradition, and heart.

After graduating from the Naturopathic medicine program at Bastyr University in Seattle, I did a residency at the Community Health Centers of King County, and studied acupuncture and Chinese medicine.

I have also done training in counseling, Integrative Oncology, NAET, Cranio-Sacral therapy, Bowenwork, and Reiki.

My first practice was in Vancouver, BC in 1997.  Since then I have created clinics in Seattle, and now in Bellingham, where I am very happy to live and practice in such a beautiful community.

Office Manager

The first time I worked in an office, was as a file clerk at my first university. I loved the daily organization and filing. Yes, I love filing. I have also worked in customer service for most of my life. I enjoy making sure people have what they need to make their day better, even if it is just a smile.

My creative side shows up as a writer and filmmaker.  I dabble in photography and website design as well.

When I'm not here, I spend time with my husband and son. We love to walk in the park and play board games. I also spend a lot of time volunteering and supporting my spiritual community. I have just begun ministerial studies.

Kat Wingerter

In Memory of a wonderful friend

Punim has been a part of this clinic since the beginning. He served as office nurse and Dr. Levine's companion.

He loved to sleep in the sun and stop to smell the flowers. Punim means "face" and he certainly had an adorable face.

Punim