Dr. Frisch is the founder of Whole Health Naturopathy. She is a graduate of Bastyr University, a 5-year accredited Naturopathic Medical institution, and the nation’s leader in scientific-based natural medical schools. She has worked with some of the top naturopaths in the Seattle area, and does much of her continuing education at the Children’s Hospital in Seatttle.
In addition to Naturopathic studies, Dr. Frisch completed 3 years of homeopathic training with Dr. Paul Herscu and Dr. Amy Rothenberg of the New England School of Homeopathy.
Her undergraduate training was at the University of Minnesota where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. There, she spent a year studying communication between medical doctors and patients and wrote, “The Practice of Family Medicine from a Cultural Perspective: A Look at Communication between Health Care Providers and Patient Populations.”
Between her undergraduate and graduate work she worked in patient care for women’s health clinics, community health clinics for homeless youth, and a private urology practice. She also spent 6 years as a bakery owner of a whole-grain, organic bakery in Seattle. While in transition from Naturopathic school to her practice, Dr. Frisch worked with Homeopathic teachers and students throughout North America with Whole Health Now.
Dr. Frisch moved to Olympia in the Summer of 2008, after living in the Seattle area for 15 years. Before opening her practice in Olympia, she practiced in Edmonds, WA. She lives in Northeast Olympia with her husband and two young children.
Dr. Rosinbum is trained as a primary care doctor and provides general medical care for people of all ages and backgrounds and families of all types. She attended Bastyr University, which is the leading academic institution of the natural health sciences.
Her specialty training includes naturopathic approaches to sleep disorders, pediatrics, and infertility. One of her clinical focuses is transgender healthcare. She completed a three-year specialty course in homeopathy from the New England School of Homeopathy, and has training in craniosacral therapy.
While at Bastyr University, she advocated for and contributed to increased cultural competency training in medical education, which culminated in the Bastyr University Human Library Project, an innovative approach to one-on-one cultural competency training. Prior to attending Bastyr University, she worked in Olympia with the CIELO project doing community organizing with the Latino community as well as providing crisis and social service counseling with the Crisis Clinic.
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“The physician’s highest and only calling is to make the sick healthy, to cure , as it is called.”
– Dr. Samuel Hahnemann