Education & Certification
Naturopathic Medicine is licensed under provincial law in Ontario, and is regulated by the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO).
Registered Naturopathic Doctors must first complete a minimum of three years of pre-medical training at a recognized university. They then enter the Naturopathic Doctor Diploma program, a full-time four year program at an accredited Naturopathic College, which includes a year long clinical internship.
At the present time there are only two such schools in Canada: The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, and the Bouchier Institute in Vancouver. After successfully completing the ND program, they must pass both North American and provincial board-licensing exams.
All NDs are required to carry malpractice insurance. Other holistic practitioners may not be trained, regulated or insured, and we encourage you to investigate this before choosing a practitioner.
Our training in Functional Medicine has been through the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).
AFMCP (Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice)
Gastrointestinal Advanced Practice Module
Hormone Advanced Practice Module
Energy Advanced Practice Module
Cardiometabolic Advanced Practice Module
Detox (Biotransformation) Advanced Practice Module
Immune Advanced Practice Module