Please note: While Lorraine Young, PSc.D, is a licensed Naturopath in both the United States and Canada (State of Vermont license #099.0120656, Province of British Columbia license #00272 - registered as non-practising in BC), the State of North Carolina does not currently license or recognize licensed Naturopaths. The NCANP is committed to changing the licensing status of Naturopaths in the state of North Carolina. 20 states and 5 provinces have licensure for Naturopaths.


"Your body's ability to heal is powerful - Naturopathic wellness facilitates that healing response."


 

Website Disclaimer 

Although Lorraine Young, PSc.D, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in the State of Vermont and the Province of British Columbia, she is not providing services in her capacity as licensed health care provider via this website.

The information, supplements, practices and techniques provided on the Nova Naturopathic website are not intended to be used as an alternative or substitute for professional medical treatment and care. If you are suffering from any physical, mental or emotional disorders, an appropriate professional health care practitioner or therapist should be consulted. You should continue to see your medical doctor on the schedule and with the same frequency as recommended by them.

Nova Naturopathic’s services are intended to improve a client’s general overall health, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or offer to treat any mental or physical disease, disorder, physical deformity, or attempt to affect the cure of any condition. While the recommendations offered may have a positive effect on a given physical or mental disease or disorder, Nova Naturopathic’s services do not diagnose such conditions and do not purport to treat or cure any physical or mental disorders, injuries, or physical deformities.

Please see our Agreement for Wellness services for complete details and the terms and conditions of our services.

Naturopathic wellness is a distinct form of wellness that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of healing. It is the art and science of natural healing using traditional methods, proactive prevention, comprehensive assessment and wellness education based on the each individual.  All aspects of the person are taken into account - mental, physical and environmental. The guiding principles are focused on - do no harm, the healing power of nature, identify and treat the cause,  treat the whole person, healer as teacher.​​



Lorraine Young, Naturopathic Practitioner