Naturopathic consultations are at least an hour long, providing time for a thorough exploration of your health history and current health state. A wide range of clinical tools and pathology testing is used where necessary to establish a holistic understanding you and your symptoms. Treatments are prescribed based on your individual needs and presentation. If it has taken time for your symptoms to occur, then it will take time to restore balance. You are always healing and there are many ways you can learn to support yourself. It’s important to be patient, and gentle with you as you take this journey. We are here to help.
Diet and lifestyle recommendations may be suggested and/or the use of high-quality nutritional supplements, or herbal medicine formulas made especially for you. Australian Bush Flower Essences (ABFE) may also be used to balance energetic and emotional aspects of your health and healing.
We strongly belief in addressing your needs as an individual and bring compassion and understanding to our clinical practice, and believe that with gentle support your body can begin to shift into deeper states of healing and vitality.
Amy will be practicing her final semester as a student naturopath at the Wellnation Clinic (Level 4, 269 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley) on Fridays (8am - 230pm) from March 8, 2019. Please call (07) 32539500 or visit The Wellnation Clinic for bookings. Initial consults are $20 and 1.5 - 2 hours, and followup appointments are $15 and 1 - 1.5 hours. Concessions and package deals are also available. Please request your booking is with Amy Taylor if you wish for her to be your practitioner.
Amy is a member of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association Australia (NHAA) and Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA), both of which promote ethical and responsible practice.
She holds the following qualifications:
Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) - completing final semester - Endeavour College of Natural Health (2019)
First Aid and CPR (2019)
200hr Yoga Teacher Training - Rishikesh, India (2012)
Bachelor of Journalism (Communications) - The University of the Sunshine Coast (2007)