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EAST ND Centre
Our clinic is located in the heart of downtown. EAST ND is designed to optimize your hormonal, digestive, and mental health. Begin by scheduling a consultation with one our Naturopathic Doctors.
Additional services include guidance from our dietitian, acupuncture treatments, and emotional healing through counselling, healing touch, and/or grief counselling support groups.
Access to our vitamin IV infusion and injection lounge requires an initial consultation with an ND. This is a great way to receive ongoing support for "acute" issues that come up throughout the year (i.e. cold and flu vitamin shots to speed recovery).
Best Business of 2017 - 3 Top Rated
Our Office —
7 Alma St.
Moncton NB E1C 4Y2
In the area?
⬗ Stop in & see us, and browse our unique selection of over the counter vitamin, minerals, and herbs.
Working downtown and looking for a healthy snack/lunch option?
⬗ We carry fresh, raw juice made by and delivered daily from REVIVD juice bar (www.revivd.ca)
Dr. Tatlock is a naturopathic doctor and founder of EAST ND. Her practice focuses primarily on hormonal health and fertility, but she works closely with digestion and mood as well.
Dr. Tatlock graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University and a Doctorate of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NBAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND).
Dr. Tatlock is most profoundly shaped by a silent 10-day meditation retreat off the coast of Thailand. It allowed her to look at health and healing in a new light. Integrating science-based medicine and traditional methods of healing are important aspects of her practice.
Dr. Leduc is a Naturopathic Doctor. Her practice focuses primarily on women’s health, fertility and skin health (anti-aging and acne). She believes gut health is foundational to all aspects of physical and emotional health and works closely with digestion related concerns as well.
Dr. Leduc graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University and a Doctorate of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is currently practicing under the supervision of Dr.Tatlock, and will join NBAND, PEIAND, and upon completion of her board exam this August.
Dr. Leduc was drawn to Naturopathic Medicine because the model of care resonated greatly with her belief in patient centered, individualized medicine. Patient education is a large component of therapy, as she hopes to empower her patients to trust their bodies’ capacity to heal.
Ashely is a licensed counselling therapist. She treats anxiety, stress, depression, anger management, grief/loss (death, illness, job, relationships), parenting skills, individual support with a divorce/separation, work place issues, self esteem and confidence.
Ashley's counselling has a person-centered framework, and integrates CBT, Solution Focused techniques, and Mindfulness practices, ensuring that each client receives personally tailored counselling services.
Ashley complete her MSc in Counselling Psychology at Keel University in England and remains in good standing with the Licensed Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick.
Karen has been a registered Nurse with the Canadian Nurses Association for the past 30 years. Her career started in the ER where she worked for 16 years. She transitioned to the field of Research and now co-owns and operates a Clinical Research Centre.
Karen has always had a passion for the field of Nutrition and its healing properties and attended the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2010.
Karen is passionate about exploring possible ways to merge the Worlds of Naturopathic and Western Medicine to provide the best possible Outcomes for patients.
Julie Ouellet, Registered Dietitian and founder of Dietitians in the Kitchen, holds a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) from Université de Moncton. Since obtaining her degree, she has done a variety of work as a Dietitian such as grocery tours, nutrition presentations, hands-on cooking classes, as well as individual nutrition consultations in a private practice setting.
Julie offers her services in both french and english. She is a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Dietitians (NBAD) and Dietitians of Canada (DC).
Julie is passionate about food and nutrition, and believes in being able to enjoy the foods you love while maintaining good health. She enjoys working alongside her clients to develop individualized nutrition plans as well as providing the essential support for her clients to achieve their goals, find balance in their lifestyles, and adopt lifelong changes.
Gloria works full-time as a licensed social worker in the Addiction and Mental Health field after graduating from the Social Work Program at Université de Moncton in 2005. During her studies, she was awarded two Merit Scholarship Funds by the university. She is a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW) since 2005 and was awarded a Scholarship Fund in 2013 to attend training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Montreal.
Over the years, Gloria felt a new calling pulling her. She completed a Reiki Class - Level 1 in 2013 and is now enhancing her skills as a part-time Healing Touch Practitioner-Apprentice after completing Levels 1-4 and pursuing completion of Level 5 in March 2019. She is a member in good standing with the Healing Touch Professional Association since 2018.
The highlight of her journey with energy healing is a 15-day trip to Peru in 2017 participating in group shamanic healing circles including several individual treatments sessions offered by local shamans.
Mallet graduated with a Diploma of Human Services Counsellor CCNB in 1985 and Grief Recovery Specialist from the Grief Recovery Institute L.A in 2001. Jeannette is presently employed with Addiction/Mental Health Services Moncton and has been working in the Human Services field for over 30 years.
Mallet is an active member of our community offering Grief Recovery groups with the Moncton Canadian Mental Health Association on a regular basis. Jeanette's goal is to accompany participants through their journey with grief. Whether, grief is caused by a death or any other major loss. Incomplete recovery has a lifelong impact on a person’s capacity for happiness.
Ms. Mallet is a Breast Cancer Survivor sharing these words: “Cancer does not define who I am - I think that through darkness we grow. It makes us see the light brighter. And the darker it gets, the brighter the light shines. Until you can see the lighthouse again. Guided by hands that knew me and respected my limits despite the journey’s hardship. This is my hope for you”.