Tracy is an ANCC board certified Psychiatric Mental Health
Nurse Practitioner with a passion for ADHD. She is originally
from southern California and has spent most of her life in
southern Oregon. In 2012 she earned a bachelor’s degree
in nursing and psychology from Oregon Institute of
Technology and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)
and in 2014 a master’s degree in nursing from OHSU. Her
interest in holistic care has led her to pursue continuing
education from the Institute for Functional Medicine,
the Kresser Institute for Functional and Evolutionary
Medicine, Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, and the
International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research.
She has proudly presented at the Oregon Association of
Naturopathic Physicians annual conference and guest
lectured on the functional treatment of ADHD at the
National University of Natural Medicine, where she is also a
Community Experience preceptor. Aside from functional
psychiatry, she enjoys exploring the outdoors, cooking new
foods, playing sports, attempting DIY home projects and
spending time with her family and dog.
Akim is a German Shepard
who loves working with
people so he decided to
pursue functional psychiatry.
Tracy adopted him in July
2017. He enjoys chewing on
his tennis ball, doing tricks
for treats, hiking and
napping. Most recently, he
has taken up "nose work"
in which he tries to find
hidden treats and toys.
He is very playful and sweet
and is working hard to
become a certified therapy
dog. He comes to the office everyday and mostly sleeps
on his bed, only visiting with you if you invite him.