Dr. Lindsey White, ND
Dr. Lindsey White, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto, Ontario.
Lindsey White creates a space that is safe and nurturing to assist you in exploring your physical and mental wellbeing and address any challenges you may be experiencing. Together you will make healthful life changes tailored to your particular needs and circumstances.
Lindsey is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine with a special interest in mental health and mind-body integrative medicine. She studied naturopathic medicine after completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and yoga teacher training specifically because of its holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Improving one's quality of life is at the forefront of both Lindsey's professional and personal life.
Lindsey treats a variety of conditions including; anxiety, stress, depression, and eating disorders. She has a strong understanding of the particular health needs of the LGBQT community. She uses mindful-based therapy, nutrition, herbs, and acupuncture to complement her treatment plans. In her practice, Lindsey believes in helping you connect with your body and mind and that it is within that connection that the true healing begins.
To book an appointment with Lindsey, call Mahaya Health at 647.435.0152 or use the appointment request form today. Lindsey's services are covered by most extended health benefit plans.
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