About Emily Bennett
I aim to create a space that is free from judgment, where your concerns are taken seriously, and you are treated like the unique and spectacular individual you are. I offer safe and effective care using natural therapies to treat various acute and chronic health concerns and have a special interest in hormones, fertility, stress, and digestion. I also have experience and interest in providing integrative naturopathic support for HIV/AIDS. I'm also a firm believer in healthcare being affordable for all.
A personal health issue brought me to naturopathic medicine by way of an introduction to a helpful Toronto naturopath in 2009. This experience opened my eyes to naturopathy as a unique whole-system approach to healthcare that focused on addressing the root cause of illness and motivated me to make a career change. I'm a graduate of McGill University (2008) and the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (2014). I'm currently enrolled in the 400-hour “Herbal Medicine for Women” course, taught by renowned herbalist, midwife, and medical doctor, Aviva Romm. During my clinical internship at CCNM, I had the privilege of completing satellite rotations with Anishnawbe Health Toronto and the Sherbourne Health Centre. I also gained additional training working on the Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue focus shift at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic.