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Seattle Referral List

I am putting up this blog post to create a link for people who are looking for Seattle providers to help them with fatigue, depression, anxiety, and addictions.  I will encourage you to sign up for my newsletter. I will be creating online classes, podcasts, blogs and ultimately books on how to address the physical cause of mental health. By joining the newsletter, you can receive the educational material as it comes out. 

Here are the names of then Seattle providers I am sharing with my clients as I transition to a Tacoma office. 

Heather Coyle ( is an acupuncturist who specializes in muscle skeletal aches and pains in Fremont. As a life long student and teacher of martial arts, her practical get it fixed approach is helpful for the body and the mind. 

Amy Darling ( is an acupuncturist and Zen practitioner in downtown Seattle. When we consult with each other, we are both seeking for our patients to be more gentle and more awake to themselves. 

Dr. Miranda Marti ( is a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and bio-feedback practitioner in Kirkland. She specializes in women’s health, and the treatment of mental health and addictions.

Dr. W. Bruce Milliman ( is a naturopathic physician who is just a great diagnostician in Seattle. He is who I refer people to when I can’t figure it out. 

I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity. 
Eleanor Roosevelt