About Dr. Rozelle
I am a Naturopathic Physician and I specialize in treating pediatrics, women's health, and mental/neurological health conditions. Although I enjoy treating patients of all ages, my primary passion has always been in pediatric medicine. I enjoy treating a variety of different pediatric conditions, but am especially passionate about treating mental, neurological, and developmental disorders in children. It breaks my heart to see any child suffer, and it is my goal in life to reduce that suffering.
I received my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. I then had the honor of being selected for a one-year family medicine residency at the Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center. I currently practice at Windhorse Naturopathic in Brattleboro, VT, but also provide telemedicine services for patients all over the country.
Before moving to VT, I worked as an adjunct clinical faculty member at Bastyr University where I supervised pediatric focused clinical rotations. I have also contributed to the naturopathic medical field by serving as a Board Member for the California Naturopathic Doctors Association and Committee Chair for the Professional Development Committee. I have done extensive training in homeopathy, pediatric special needs, mold toxicity, lyme disease, botanical medicine, and much more.
I presented at the the Joint American Homeopathy Conference in 2020 on the topic of “Treating Mental and Emotional Pain in Kids and Adolescents.”
I am the author of “The Essential Guide to Adaptogens.” This book was written with the intention to help educate the public on natural remedies to treat stress which I found fitting in our current pandemic.
I have written articles and blogs for several associations including NCH Homeopathy Today and Naturopathic Pediatrics, and have been interviewed by Townsend Letter.