Dr. Anne Procyk is a naturopathic physician and the founder of Third Stone Integrative Health Center. She has been practicing as an integrative primary care physician for 20 years, seeing thousands of patients and developing a keen understanding of the complex relationships between physical and mental health. In addition to serving her busy practice, she currently teaches continuing education seminars for mental health professionals nationwide on “Healing Chemical Imbalance Without Drugs: Integrative Medicine and Nutrition for Mental Health Disorders.” Her book, “Nutrition for Mental Health: Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions for Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, & ADHD” now makes this information available for everyone.
Dr. Aylah Clark uses a science-based natural medicine approach to prevent and treat a broad range of conditions including autoimmune disorders (Hashimoto’s, MS), gastrointestinal conditions (IBS, SIBO, celiac, Crohn’s), metabolic diseases (prediabetes, diabetes, high cholesterol), hormone imbalance (PCOS, PMS menopausal symptoms), mental health (anxiety, depression), headaches/migraines, chronic fatigue, as well as weight loss resistance such as lipedema. She has been a speaker on lipedema at various events including the 2019 Lymphedema Symposium at Harvard Medical school and the 2017 Worldwide Keto & Lipedema Summit and is recognized as one of the foremost lipedema experts in New England.
Claire Verdier, APRN has been board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner since 1992. She has practiced as an APRN in a variety of settings, including a senior center, a hospice provider, 2 college and university health centers, and several nursing homes in South-Eastern Connecticut. Before becoming a nurse practitioner, she worked for 2 years as a Peace Corps nurse in the Central African Republic. She has also trained as a zoo-keeper and wildlife rehabilitator!