Integrative Mental Health

Integrative Mental Health identifies the underlying cause of symptoms and evaluates what is occurring on a mind, body, emotional and spiritual level. I am dedicated to helping others to move through pain, fear, grief and obstacles to health and mental health.

Depression, Anxiety & Trauma

Depression manifests as feeling down, appetite and sleep changes, lowered energy, a loss of pleasure, and sometimes difficulty concentrating.

Following a complete evaluation, we partner in creating a treatment plan that may include supplements, herbs, medications, and lifestyle support to help you through the depression.

Anxiety manifests as nervousness, irritability, being on edge, muscle tension, panic, sleep disturbance, and difficulty concentrating.

Following a complete evaluation ~ I provide immediate support to decrease the anxiety.

This may include herbs, hypnotherapy, ETT, energy work, and mindfulness. I will teach you tools to lower your anxiety.

Trauma, or Post Traumatic Stress, and anxiety manifest following either experiencing a significant trauma or witnessing a trauma. 

Individuals may experience flashbacks, night terrors, hyper-alertness, avoiding certain places that evoke memories of the event, or maybe numb out. 

Following a complete evaluation, we create a plan to provide an experience of safety and tools to decrease anxiety and arousal.

What Are Mind-Body Tools?

Mind-body tools include:


Hypnotherapy is a state of consciousness that an individual enters through a deep state of relaxation. Breathing and heart rate slow, and the individual accesses the deep inner healer.

Hypnotherapy helps individuals discover the origins and motivations for thinking and behavior and uses that information to reprogram the mind with the patient’s desired goals and beliefs.

Transpersonal hypnotherapy is a series of journeys to return to balance and reconnect with your essential self.


Mindfulness is paying kind attention to the thoughts that arise without judgment. This practice is accompanied by breathing, thus allowing the ideas to move through your consciousness.

This practice increases our self-attention and expands our capacity for vulnerability.

Self Healing Support

  • Guided Visualization
  • Mindfulness Practice
  • Journaling
  • Breathwork
  • Focusing
  • Change Your Beliefs
  • Positive Thinking
  • Gratefulness

Additional Protocols

  • Cranial Sacral Therapy
  • Supplements & Herbs
  • Medications
  • Hormone Testing
  • Epigenetics
  • Methylation Issues
  • Microbiota Support


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Understanding Naturopathic Primary Care

Dr. Moira Fitzpatrick, a specialist in naturopathic care and holistic medicine, promoting well-being and integrative health practices