Traci Brown - Naturopath & Nutritionist
B Sc, Ad Dip Nat, Grad Dip App Psych,
“What we put into our bodies plays a major role in our health and well-being and a balanced diet and lifestyle is critical in the path to good health and wellness.”
Some specialty areas of care Traci provides include:
- Women’s health
- Dietary links to vitality and concentration
- Food and mood
- Herbal medicine
Traci Brown is an experienced, qualified Naturopath, Nutritionist and Medical Herbalist. Her care philosophy is based on maintaining individual health and preventing disease by identifying and treating the potential nutritional and other causes of ill-health.
Traci’s belief is that many human body ailments and illnesses can be treated by giving the body the right physical, nutritional and emotional environment to heal and treat itself. “What we put into our bodies plays a major role in this process and a diet focus and a balanced lifestyle can ensure optimal nutritional support vital to health and wellness.”
Traci has a warm and personable approach and can tailor a health program to suit your specific and individual needs. She provides support, education and motivation to help you achieve your personal health goals. Traci works closely with other medical practitioners and allied health professionals to ensure relevant and coordinated health care.
Traci has been a Senior Lecturer in various educational settings including the Australian College of Natural Medicine, Endeavour College of Natural Health and the Southern School of Natural Therapies. In 2011 she was awarded the Victorian Clinical Teaching Award from the Endeavour College of Natural Medicine in recognition of her achievements in the clinical education of Naturopathic students.
Traci lives good nutrition and naturopathy. When not in her busy practice or sharing her knowledge teaching, she helps her partner run the weekly Torquay Farmers Market which supports local, sustainable and delicious food producers. In between work, business and juggling family she regularly gives talks to local community groups about health and nutrition, and often writes for local publications in her speciality areas of knowledge.
NHAA (National Herbalists Association of Australia)