Nadia has balanced teaching and her private naturopathic practice for over 2 decades. She is currently both a full time Associate Professor and Clinic Supervisor at CCNM. In her 22 year history at the College, she has played a key role in developing and advancing the Homeopathy curriculum at the College and recently joined the faculty at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine (www.ochm.ca) as a part time Clinic Supervisor and guest lecturer. She has maintained a thriving private practice since 1989. As a naturopathic doctor trained in botanical medicine, homeopathy, traditional Chinese medicine, lifestyle counselling, nutrition, and bodywork, Nadia focuses much of her practice on homeopathic medicine. Consistently proving to be the most reliable and rewarding form of treatment for her clients, homeopathy has become her true passion. With motivation to further her skills, she has pursued advanced studies from around the world, including an M.Sc from the UCLan in the UK and clinical training in India at The Other Song Academy. Nadia has been a guest lecturer at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (Oregon, USA), the University of Bastyr (Seattle, USA) as well as the BRB Continued Education Group (Ontario, CAN). Additionally, she has been interviewed and involved in numerous public appearances for media and community organizations including CBC television, CBC radio, the Toronto Star, the Toronto Board of Education, Occupational Health Nurse's conference, public libraries and various medical foundations. Nadia has played an active role on many boards and associations including the Council of Naturopathic College Homeopathic Educators (CNCHE), the Naturopathic Board of Governors, the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy and the Board of the Homeopathic Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She is currently a member of the Ad Hoc Advisory Working Group for The Transitional Council of the College of Homeopaths of Ontario (TC-CHO). She has published her clinical cases in Simillimum and the results of her first proving, Lac Cameli Dromedari, can be found in Hatherly, P. (2011) The Lacs- A Materia Medica And Repertory.