Mary Ellen Coulter

Dr. Mary Ellen Coulter is a Family Medicine Physician with a practice in Integrative Medicine in Bend, Oregon. She specializes in Classical Homeopathy and is a graduate of the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy. Mary Ellen recently completed her CCH certification. In 2009, she attended a course in Global Health and spent time with a Maasai village in Kenya. To read more about her recent trip to Uganda with her medical school, Albany Medical College, go to ATH here.


More about Dr. Mary Ellen Coulter

 

As the study of how patterns of natural substances match those of individuals, their personalities and illnesses, Homeopathy has always made sense to me and is extremely interesting. I have been studying Homeopathy for 20 years, both the Classical and Sensation Methods, with a variety of teachers (Massimo Mangliovori, Lou Klein, Nancy Herrick, Roger Morrison, Sankaran and Jan Scholten). This form of energy medicine acknowledges how closely linked are human and environmental health - a sentiment reinforced daily in my beautiful home in the Pacific Northwest where I can enjoy the wonders of nature (jogging, hiking, cross country skiing and cycling). 

 

Drug therapy as a sole therapeutic modality does not resonate with my philosophy of healing. As such, I feel blessed to have Homeopathy and other types of Integrative Medicine available to support the body to heal itself. Recently, I attended an Integrative Medicine conference (SIMPLE) in Albequerque, New Mexico, which demonstrated how Holistic Therapies can be incorporated into our health care practices and is surely, the wave of the future. During medical school, I was fortunate to spend almost three months in Kenya, which gave me an enormous appreciation of how fortunate many of us are in the US. In 2008 and 2009, I spent additional time in Kenya practicing Homeopathy and aiding a Maasai village in setting up a non-profit organization that supported a school, well and micro-businesses. My most recent trip to practice and teach medical students in a small village in Uganda (non-profit - engeye) sponsored by Albany Medical College can be read about here. One of my favorite overseas experiences was working with a Maori population in KawaKawa, New Zealand. 

 

Contact:

maryellenbridgetc@gmail.com
Visit her website: maryellencoultermd.com
Bend, OR
(541) 312-4426  

 

 
 

Spiritual & Healing Practices | Healthy Lifestyles | Community | Arts | Find Practitioners & Orgs | Forums
Our Store | Aldea Verde de Costa Rica | Submissions | Editors | Terms and Conditions | About Us / Contact Us

 

Disclaimer. Each category is under the supervision of dedicated editors who are passionate about their topic and believe that raising people's awareness is one way to make a difference in the world. You may or may not agree with all that is presented. Since respectful discourse is an excellent way to learn and grow, we welcome comments on articles and your participation on the Forums.

  © 2010-2014 Inspiring Change, LLC     REGISTER      LOGIN Web by MacDaddi | Developed by AWE