Dr. Katy Morrison is a naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist. She believes strongly in preventive medicine. She’ll listen carefully to your story, and craft an individualized treatment plan based on your health needs. She’ll do her best to relieve symptoms quickly while also addressing any deeper imbalances. Her goal is to prevent further disease and to help you find lasting relief from symptoms. Treatments will often consist of a combination of herbal medicine (Chinese and western herbs), acupuncture, homeopathic remedies, lifestyle and nutritional support, and more.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Conservation Biology from St.Lawrence University, and her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine from National University of Natural Medicine (formerly NCNM).
She works at her practice, Well and Good Natural Medicine in Rockland, and practices general family medicine.
Aviva Werkin | ND
222 Auburn Street
Portland, Maine 04103
Aviva D. Wertkin, N.D. earned her doctorate degree at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2007 and completed a two-year residency through National College of Natural Medicine. Prior to medical school, Dr. Wertkin performed clinical research at both the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM).
Dr. Wertkin practiced as a Natural Family Medicine specialist in CT under the mentorship of Dr. James Sensenig until 2014 when she opened her own Naturopathic Primary Care practice, Naturae Medical, in Brattleboro, VT. Her passion is assisting people in restoring their health using scientific evaluations, classical naturopathic therapies and addressing the emotional and spiritual components of illness. Dr. Wertkin has been voted the Best Physician in the greater Brattleboro area for the past 3 years.
She has now closed her Brattleboro Primary Care office and is relocating to Portland ME where she will be practicing as a Natural Medicine Specialist.
Erin Hayford | ND
157 Silver St
Waterville, Maine 04901
Dr. Erin Hayford was born and raised in North Monmouth, ME. Growing up surrounded by the beauty of Maine and working on various farms, she learned firsthand the healing power of nature. She pursued undergraduate education in nutrition and herbal medicine, and completed her doctorate work and clinical training in Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University and the Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle.
Over the course of her education, Dr. Hayford developed a passion for mental health, seeing it as an integral and yet often overlooked part of whole health. In addition to mood disorders, she also specializes in digestive complaints, chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia, thyroid disorders, hormone imbalance, concerns with weight gain, and allergies.
When not at work, Dr. Hayford enjoys spending time with her husband Adam, hiking with their dogs, exploring new places, and trying new foods.
Sarah Buck | ND
224 E Main St
Yarmouth Maine 04096
(207) 200 - 6597
Dr. Sarah Buck is a naturopathic doctor working in Yarmouth, Maine. She was drawn to naturopathic medicine because of the ability to blend the science and art of medicine. Dr. Buck enjoys drawing upon her strong science background from her training for diagnosis and to guide her therapeutic choices. She also relishes the more creative process of working together with the patient to create a unique treatment plan.
Each patient requires a blend of select therapies, and Dr. Buck uses combinations of botanical medicine, nutritional medicine, pharmaceutical medicine, naturopathic hydrotherapy, counseling, and homeopathy to treat her patients. Gastrointestinal health, sleep, and autoimmune health are a few of her areas of interest, although Dr. Buck is a bit of an omnivore when it comes to conditions.
Dr. Buck’s life outside of the office is most often spent with family. Stepping into nature daily helps to ground Dr. Buck, she spends time walking her dog, rolling in the sand, grass, or snow with her daughter, yoga, casual hikes, skiing, or bike rides with her husband and tending to her outdoor or indoor gardens (depending on the weather!)
Corina Dunlap | ND, MS
773 Congress St
Portland Maine 04102
Dr. Corina Dunlap is a licensed naturopathic doctor and medical researcher specializing in women’s health at all stages of life.
She earned her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, OR. Before NUNM, she received her B.A. from Smith College with an emphasis in Medical Anthropology and International Relations. She completed a 2-year accredited residency with rotations in gynecology, general endocrinology, and reproductive endocrinology. She also completed a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship, followed by a research and adjunctive faculty placement at the School of Research & Graduate Studies at Helfgott Research Institute and NUNM, where she conducted and consulted on various research projects while mentoring students.
Dr. Dunlap’s work is frequently published in medical journals such as Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal, Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, Mental Health & Prevention, Naturopathic Doctor News and Review, and Townsend Letter. She is a clinician and medical consultant, and often asked to write for or speak to medically trained audiences.
Alicia Thomas | ND
53 Main St
Topsham Maine 04086
Dr. Alicia Thomas practices naturopathic family medicine and sees all ages in office. She practices with compassion, intuition, and evidence-based medicine. Dr. Thomas grew up in Maine and is excited to be serving her home state and community. When not in the office she is spending time with family, and exploring the wild world of plants outdoors.
Her areas of interest: botanical medicine, female hormone balance, epigenetics, pediatrics, skin health and biotherapeutic drainage.
Mari Sawai | ND
143 Silver Street, Suite 1
Waterville, Maine 04901
Dr. Sawai specializes in detoxification and lifestyle changes. She uses naturopathic medicine modalities such as nutrition, hydrotherapy, natural supplementation, herbal formulation, and homeopathic to restore the bodies natural balance.
Marly Sachsman | ND
63 Foster Street, Suite 2
Ellsworth, Maine 04605
Dr. Marly Sachsman is a naturopathic doctor who provides healthcare to infants through the geriatric population. She is passionate about Naturopathic Medicine and partnering with her patients to restore health, wellbeing and balance. Her registered trademark is Empowering Health. In partnership with her patients, an individualized plan is created, embracing the lifestyle, dietary, nutrition, supplementation and additional therapies that will be most beneficial to the patient’s wellness plan and restored health.
In addition to providing sound and innovative general care services to her patients,Dr. Sachsman has training and experience in Nutrition, Botanical Medicine, Homeopathy, Mind/Body Medicine, Environmental Medicine, GI Health, Brain, Health and Healthy Aging. Dr. Sachsman brings a wealth of experience in working with children with special needs. She is certified in the use of ozone therapy as a potent medical treatment for a variety of complex, chronic medical conditions. Dr. Sachsman has worked extensively with Dr. Peter D’Adamo, the Eat Right for Your Type guru. She is trained in the use of the Genotype Diet as a powerful means to restore health, as well as to achieve and maintain optimal weight. Dr. Sachsman has additional expertise in providing patient specific therapies based on genetic testing. She uses lifestyle, diet and supplement therapies to promote positive epigenetic influences on her patient’s inherited genetic make up.
Prior to becoming a Naturopathic Doctor Dr. Sachsman practiced as a licensed speech/language pathologist. She owned and operated The Family Wellness Center. She provided services to individuals with a variety of neurological conditions from autism to stroke. She embraced a holistic approach, treating the whole person with very good results. She provided services in a clinical setting and also contracted with numerous educational and health care agencies in Hancock County. Dr Sachsman is also certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is a certified Integrated Awareness® Teacher. When not with patients or at her desk at Maine Natural Medicine, she enjoys being with her family and friends. She loves being out in nature and is thrilled to return to the beauty of her Maine home.
Elizabeth Yori | ND
8 Jesse Robbins Rd, Suite A
Belfast, Maine 04915
Dr. Elizabeth Yori is the current President of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She is licensed to practice Naturopathic Medicine in Maine. She received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA in 2015. She completed hundreds of clinical hours with doctors specializing in diabetes, cardiovascular care, depression/anxiety management, biofeedback, herbal remedies and chronic pain management.
Areas of Interest: Dr. Yori’s areas of interest, beyond family medicine and whole health, include the management of chronic diseases, non-opioid treatment of chronic pain, working with diet and lifestyle modifications and herbal remedies. Dr. Yori is equipped to provide medical care for chronic and acute conditions, including physical exams and laboratory work. Dr. Yori is also trained in the use of the medical device, Scenar, which is FDA approved for the treatment of pain.
Dr. Yori grew up on a small family dairy farm in Brooks, Maine and graduated from Mt. View High School in Thorndike, before attending St. Joseph’s College in Standish. She worked as a teacher and wrestling coach at Mt. View from 2002-2009 before leaving work she loved to fulfill her dream of being a doctor. Dr. Yori sought out Naturopathic Medicine to practice the art of medicine and have the freedom to treat each patient as an individual with their own needs and wants. She is excited to offer this medicine to the independent-minded people of Maine!
Dr. Carrie is passionate about empowering her patients in their healthcare and is dedicated to supporting them in their journey to optimal wellness. She is committed to meeting people where they’re at in their journey and providing support that fits into their lifestyle. She and her patients work in partnership to achieve their goals through a variety of treatments including diet, nutrient therapy, neurotransmitter balancing, botanical medicine and homeopathy.
Dr Carrie grew up in Woodbury, Connecticut and completed her Psychology degree in Washington, DC. She attended the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon where she completed her Naturopathic Medical Degree and an apprenticeship in Naturopathic midwifery. Dr. Carrie lived Melbourne, Australia for 5 years where she owned a Naturopathic practice before moving to Maine. She currently practices at Riverside Healing Center in Bath.
Corrie Marinaro | ND
157 Silver St
Waterville, Maine 04901
Dr. Corrie Marinaro is the past president of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She was born and raised in Dedham, Massachusetts. She graduated from Colby College in the Class of 2000 and earning Bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and Anthropology. She completed her medical training at Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA and her clinical rounds at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle, WA.
She returned to Maine in 2010 to be with her now husband, Jeff Lucas, owner of Black Dog Graphics in Clinton. When she is not practicing Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Corrie pursues passions for exploring nature with her dog Rajee, cooking, traveling, running, yoga and continuing education in Natural Health.
Jennifer Von Deesten | ND
32 College Ave, Ste B1 Waterville, Maine 04901
Morgan Titus Rau | ND, CPM
841 Main Street Vassalboro, Maine 04989
Morgan Titus Rau started Maine Family Natural Health in 2006, after completing her Naturopathic Doctorate (ND) and midwifery studies at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon; an accredited 4-year doctorate program. She completed her Certificate of Professional Midwifery (CPM) in 2014. She has a home-based practice in her hometown, North Vassalboro, where she and her husband have a small farm and three wonderful children. Dr. Titus Rau’s focus is on women’s wellness and pediatrics. At Maine Family Natural Health she specializes in diagnosis and individualized treatment of men, women, and children with acute and chronic diseases. She offers Homeopathy, Botanical Medicine, Nutrition Counseling, Diet and Lifestyle Consultation, Naturopathic Mobilization Techniques, Exercise Therapeutics, and Flower Essences.
Dr. Stockwell graduated from Bastyr University in 2008. Dr. Stockwell is a naturopathic doctor that has been trained in medical science, diagnostic skills and natural healing by applying minimally invasive methods of whole-person health care. This includes the ability to diagnose, manage and treat a variety of acute and chronic illnesses. This excludes any major neurological or cardiovascular conditions, cancer, surgery or emergency medicine in which case would be referred out to a specialist, and the patient would only receive adjunctive care. Dr. Stockwell practices at Coastal Wellness Health in South Portland.
Priscilla Skerry | ND
100 Brickhill Ave., Suite 304
South Portland, Maine 04106
Specialties: nutritional and functional medicine, classical homeopathy, botanical medicine and lifestyle counseling. Education: radiographer, also educator, supervisor and technical advisor in that field for over thirty years. Attended osteopathic medical school, UNECOM, Biddeford, Maine, completed medical training in 1994, National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon.
My vision: an integration of natural therapies with all other forms: people empowered in their healing process; a world where all of us recognize and support each other in an effort to heal ourselves and our planet.
Michael Russo | ND
43 New Gorham Rd
Westbrook, Maine 04092
Areas of Emphasis: Attention Deficit Disorder, Botanical Medicine, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Clinical Nutrition, Family Practice, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Infectious Disease, Manipulation, Massage, Pain Management.
Sasha Rose | ND, LAc
83 India Street
Portland, Maine 04101
Areas of Emphasis: Acupuncture, Botanical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Counseling, Homeopathy
Dr. Rose practices a mix of acupuncture and naturopathic medicine. She treats people of all ages and a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions. Her modalities include homeopathy, clinical nutrition, counseling, Chinese and Western herbs, and customized yoga routines. Please visit for a more detailed list of conditions treated and information about Dr. Rose’s practice.
Nathaniel Petley | ND
1 Post Office Square
Waterville, Maine 04901
Areas of Emphasis: Allergies, Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, Botanical Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Clinical Nutrition, Counseling, Diabetes, Environmental Medicine, Family Practice, Fibromyalgia, Functional Medicine, Infectious Disease, Lyme Disease, Hydrotherapy, Men’s Health, Metabolic Syndrome, Neurological Disease, Primary Care, Women’s Health
Nate Petley, ND is a naturopathic doctor who grew up in Central Maine and after receiving his degree from the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine he moved back to start his own practice. He is an accomplished herbalist and lecturer sharing his expertise in naturopathic and herbal medicine and relying on over 20 years of experience studying, wildcrafting, and making herbal medicine. He also teaches a three-year herb apprenticeship in Waterville. His passion for herbal medicine is contagious and his knowledge is presented in an easy-to-understand manner.
Dr. Deb graduated from Vassar College and National College of Natural Medicine. She has practiced as a licensed naturopathic doctor in Portland, Oregon since 1994, where she combined private practice with research and consulting for natural products companies, medical laboratories, and integrative wellness centers. Dr. Deb believes in taking time with each and every patient. During your first appointment, she will take your health history and discuss your health concerns and wellness goals. A first visit will typically last up to 90 minutes and will culminate with the initiation of a customized health management strategy. Dr. Deb moved to Maine in 2009 with her husband and two children, returning her husband to his New England roots. They enjoy hiking, skiing, climbing and sailing as well as spending time on their farm gardening, picking apples, and enjoying “the way life should be”.
Office Hours are 9am-5pm M-F. Other times can be arranged by special request. During ski season we close at 2:30pm on Fridays so Dr. Deb can volunteer as a ski patroller at Camden Snow Bowl.
Barbara MacDonald | ND, LAc
91 Elm St Camden, Maine 04843
Dr. Barb is licensed in Maine and Oregon as a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. She graduated from National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, OR in 1997 where she completed a one-year family practice residency. Prior to returning to her home state of Maine, Barbara was in private practice for 13 years as a primary care physician and women’s health specialist in Portland, Oregon. She was also an adjunct professor and clinical supervisor at NCNM. She enjoys connecting with patients and supporting them in achieving their health goals with a variety of natural modalities. Dr. Barb offers a series of free lectures on various natural health related topics at Camden Whole Health, Adult Education, Pen Bay’s Picker Center, Waldo County Hospital, and Good Tern Co-Op.
Dr. Barb has extensive training in menopause management, women’s natural healthcare and complementary cancer care as well as primary care. She is the co-author of The Breast Cancer Companion: A Complementary Care Manual, published in 2009 and 2010.
Richard K. Maurer | ND
50 Cove St
Portland, Maine 04101
Areas of Emphasis: Weight Management and Metabolic Health Clinical Nutrition, Diabetes / Pre-diabetes Metabolic Syndrome, Prevention of Disease, Sports Medicine and Fitness.
Dr. Maurer has practiced integrative medicine for over twenty years. He interprets symptoms, history and most importantly, blood tests to help clients find the nutritional, and fitness changes that radically improve their health and performance. His own personal and familial trend toward type 2 diabetes has only strengthened his preventive and natural medical pursuits; to help people find the unique dietary, nutritional and fitness habits that provide the healthiest future and naturally resolve common conditions, such as weight gain, pre-diabetes and heart disease risk. He has developed TheBloodCode.com to provide a community of empowered men and women who will become experts about their own diet and fitness needs for a long and healthy life. He is a doctor, author and parent and travels regularly for lectures and Metabolic Recovery Retreats: Inquire at TheBloodCode.com or at his office at The Blood Code – Maine.
Dr. Maurer earned his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1994. His undergraduate degree was in both music performance and chemistry at Temple University in Philadelphia. He supervises medical residents at Maine Medical Center’s CAM residency/fellowship and teaches at University of Southern Maine. Dr. Maurer has developed The Blood Code: a book, clinic, web-resource and community of people who are ready to take responsibility of their health and disease recovery.
Renee Lang | ND, FABNO, MPH
331 Maine Street, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Renee Lang, ND, FABNO, MPH specializes in integrative oncology, providing expert naturopathic care to individuals at any stage of diagnosis and treatment, including cancer prevention. Dr. Lang consults with individuals undergoing treatment, in remission, and those committed to reducing their personal risk of cancer development. Dr. Lang also offers effective naturopathic care for multiple conditions including menopause and other women’s health concerns, mood disorders, digestive complaints, Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses.
Devra Krassner | ND
222 Auburn Street, Suite 102
Portland, Maine 04103
Botanical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Family Practice, Gynecology, Homeopathy, Pediatrics, Women’s Health
Dr. Devra Krassner has been in practice for 25 years, offering health care for men, women and children. Homeopathy, herbal medicine, nutrition and vitamin supplementation have always been offered by Dr. Krassner. In recent years, she has added areas of specialization. These include functional medicine, ADD and autism, hormone balancing and healthy aging. Education and prevention are at the heart of every consultation, as she helps each person reach their optimum level of health.
Sarah Paton ND
194 Danforth St #3
Portland, Maine 04102
Areas of emphasis: Dr. Paton (formerly Dr. Kotzur) brings 10+ years of experience specializing in anxiety, depression and digestive disorders. She received post-doctoral training in homeopathy, a safe and effective system of natural medicine. She treats patients of all ages for conditions including fatigue, insomnia, migraines, poor immunity, menopause, blood pressure, autoimmunity, and infectious diseases. Using a non-judgmental and flexible approach, Dr. Paton typically prescribes simple diet and lifestyle changes, herbs, and homeopathic remedies.
Originally from Vermont, she returned to the Northeast in 2008 to establish her private practice. She is on the faculty at the University of Southern Maine’s School of Nursing in the Holistic Health Program, where she developed and taught Naturopathic Medicine curriculum and now teaches Introduction to Homeopathy. She is also a faculty member at Baylight Center for Homeopathy in Portland, where she teaches First Aid and Acute Care Homeopathy. She is the past President of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She is currently MAND’s New Member Ambassador, a role she created to take new members out for a beer and welcome them to practicing in Maine. Dr. Paton loves taking long walks in her beautiful city, mastering the hygge (the Scandinavian art of coziness) and playing Marimba.
Peter Knight | ND
975 Broadway St, Floor 1 South Portland, Maine 04106
Combining the art and science of both Naturopathic medicine and Chinese medicine, Dr. Jacobs seeks not just to treat symptoms, but to optimize health. Her six years of medical training plus additional residency has given her the experience to treat a wide range of both acute and chronic conditions, from pediatrics to mature adults. While she enjoys working with all populations, her specialty focus is on using Naturopathic and Chinese therapies (acupuncture and herbs) to treat women's health in general (from teens to menopause) and more specifically, women and cancer.
Dr. Penelope Houghton believes that health is a process of enhancing the body's innate capacity to heal, as well as helping patients to find the balance among physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of well-being. Her practice offers holistic health care and a range of treatment modalities for people of all ages and many conditions. Please visit for more detail about Dr. Houghton and the services offered at the Acadia Naturopathic Medical Clinic.
Tim Hagney | ND
9 Field Street, Ste 308
Belfast, Maine 04915
Areas of Emphasis: Botanical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Homeopathy
Tim Hagney, ND, has practiced in the state of Maine since 2001. He specializes in nutrition, homeopathy and botanical medicine, with an emphasis in chronic conditions. He graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1992, and has completed post graduate courses in homeopathy since then with Paul Herscu and Lou Klein.
Julianne M. Forbes | ND
120 North Bridgton Rd/Brown Mill Road
North Bridgton, Maine 04009
Areas of Emphasis: Allergies, Anxiety, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Botanical Medicine, Bowen Therapy, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Chemical Detox, Chronic Fatigue, Clinical Nutrition, Counseling, Diabetes, Environmental Medicine, Family Practice, Functional Medicine, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Infectious Disease, Metabolic Syndrome, Pediatrics, Primary Care
Dr. Forbes graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR, the University of New Hampshire with an MBA and received a BS from the State University of NY at Oneonta. Postgraduate homeopathic training includes many courses at the New England School of Homeopathy, studying with Paul Herscu, ND and Amy Rothenberg, ND among others. Her Naturopathic practice in North Bridgton, Maine also offers modalities such as Botanical Medicine, Nutritional Counseling, Stress Management, Heavy Metal Detoxification and Bowen Technique therapies.
Terry Lee Cookson | ND, LAc
12 S. George St
Augusta, Maine 04330
Areas of Emphasis: Acupuncture, AIDS, Attention Deficit Disorder, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Clinical Nutrition, Diabetes, Environmental Medicine, Family Practice, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Pain Management, Pediatrics, Psychiatric Disorder.
Laura T. Bridgman | ND, FNP, CCH
224 State Street
Bangor, Maine 04401
Botanical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Family Practice, Homeopathy, Women’s Health
Dr. Bridgman is certified in classical homeopathy (CCH) and offers this whole-person approach to all of her clients. She also provides holistic family practice to people of all ages, including women's health, children's health care, nutrition and diet counseling, lifestyle counseling, and exercise. She accepts some insurance and is happy to work with other practitioners by referral or as a consultation. A free introductory visit can be scheduled to meet the practitioner and for questions.
Sarah Ackerly, ND, CPM
53 Main Street
Topsham, Maine 04086
Areas of Emphasis: Attention Deficit Disorder, Botanical Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Clinical Nutrition, Environmental Medicine, Family Practice, Gynecology, Homeopathy, Natural Childbirth, Pediatrics, Women’s Health.
About Me: Dr. Sarah Ackerly has been practicing family medicine and midwifery in the midcoast area since 1995. She focuses on treating the underlying cause of disease, supporting the innate healing abilities of the body and helping to empower people to take charge of their health. Sarah uses nutrition, herbal medicine and homeopathy in her practice and believes that healing is a process of bringing the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of yourself into balance.