Dr. Jan Raymond has 35 years experience working as a GP. She holds a Master’s degree in counselling, and has trained in homeopathy, nutritional and environmental medicine, mind-body medicine, art/movement therapy and various aspects of Integrative medicine. Over the years, she has developed a tremendous respect for the self-regulating and healing abilities of our bodies. Thus she works in partnership with patients to help empower them to support their needs at all levels…physical, mental, relational and spiritual, to achieve wholeness in joyful well being. She is also particularly committed to supporting parents to empower their children to grow vibrant health.
Auckland Integrative Medical Centre (General Medicine)
Dr. Kerry Lamb has been in general practice for 28 years, with the last few years in holistic practice. She is interested in treating the whole person, not just the physical symptoms of illness. She believes that attending to our emotional , mental, spiritual and physical health is essential to our wellbeing. Most recently, she has been exploring creativity and wellness, and is enjoying indulging in sculpture, singing and gardening. Her main interests are in stress management, adrenal fatigue and women’s health.
Camilla is a registered nurse with training in Body Talk and Ayurvedic lifestyle management and an interest in natural therapies. She is experienced in practice nursing and very much enjoys the family and community focus in this field and the emphasis on prevention of illness. She is passionate about using a mind-body approach in caring for clients. Using traditional nursing skills and knowledge of alternative modalities and natural medicine, she works with clients to create an environment supportive of bringing the body, mind and spirit into balance. She views dis-ease as a way for the body/mind to communicate its’ needs so that a person can continue to learn and grow in life and meet their full potential. In her experience she has observed that if the body/mind is effectively listened to and a supportive environment is provided, balance can be restored often with ease.
Patricia has worked as a practice nurse for over 20 years. She has also had a lifelong interest in complementary medicine, particularly herbs, homeopathy and good nutrition. She has recently been studying towards a Diploma in Homeopathy. She sees that the way forward for medicine is definitely to incorporate and use beside each other, the best aspects of conventional and complementary medicine.