Dr. Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman
I am a licensed, board-certified naturopathic physician specializing in homeopathy. I received my N.D. degree from Bastyr University in 1983. Prior to my naturopathic medical studies, I graduated from the University of Washington, in 1976, with a Master’s in Psychiatric Social Work. My undergraduate degree, from George Washington University (1970), was in Spanish and French Literature.
I am the author of Whole Woman Homeopathy: A Safe, Effective, Natural Alternative to Drugs, Hormones, and Surgery, and co-author, with my husband and colleague, Robert Ullman, N.D., of seven other books on homeopathy, including The Savvy Traveler’s Guide to Homeopathy and Natural Medicine, and the best-selling Ritalin-Free Kids; The Homeopathic Treatment of Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, and Other Mental And Emotional Problems (previously Prozac-Free); A Drug-Free Approach to Asperger Syndrome and Autism; Rage-Free Kids; Homeopathic Self-Care: The Quick and Easy Guide for the Whole Family; and The Patient’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicine. We were also fortunate enough to write Mystics, Masters, Saints, and Sages: Stories of Enlightenment, with a foreword by the Dalai Lama. We have hundreds of published articles, including writing a column for the Townsend Letter since 1990.
I practice at The Northwest Center for Homeopathic Medicine in Edmonds, Washington, but I treat the majority of my patients by Skype video or telephone consultations. I have patients throughout the world, and I offer consultations in Spanish, as well as English. I have taught seminars internationally, and was previously the President of the International Foundation for Homeopathy and The Vice President of the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians.
I am filled with gratitude for my life with my husband, Bob, and our golden retrievers. We live in two wonderful and beautiful places: Whidbey Island, Washington and in Pucón, Chile. I enjoy an active lifestyle including organic gardening, hiking and kayaking, singing and dancing, and spending time with close friends and community. I love adventure travel to natural environments. I am committed to healthy, natural diet and to an exercise program including yoga, Zumba, Pilates and Body Pump. I am a breast cancer survivor and hope to have many healthy years ahead, but I also try to welcome each moment, since we never know what life will bring.
In addition to homeopathy, I am also available for these treatment methods. I will be glad to discuss them with you to see how you may benefit.
I treat patients of all ages, and with all types of problems, but specialize in homeopathy for women, and for people with mental and emotional problems. I can take cases in Spanish, as well as in English. I offer consultations in Spanish and French.
Naturopathic Nutritional and Lifestyle Support
I believe that keeping the body active, healthy, and fit is essential for maintaining health at any age, and I can help you design a personal program that works for you. My approach to helping you with diet and lifestyle is highly practical and based on what have found to work personally and with patients long-term.
Women’s Natural Health Care
Natural Health Travel Consultations
With my far-flung journeys has come lots of personal experience in staying healthy on the road, and in figuring out what to do when I have gotten sick. Over the years, I have helped many patients plan their trips, and to stay remarkably healthy. Bob and I put together our first Nature-Cure book and kit in the late 80s. That was the original inspiration for our 2014 The Savvy Traveler’s Guide to Homeopathy and Natural Medicine: Tips to Stay Healthy Wherever You Go! It is a lightweight, easy-to-pack, user-friendly guide full of practical, naturally-oriented information for the traveler.
It is a drag to get sick on your vacation! In the course of a thirty-minute appointment (sixty-minutes if you have lots of questions), I can provide all the information you will need to stay healthy and recommend what to take in case you don’t. Whether you are wondering how to avoid Montezuma’s revenge (or what to do, in a pinch, to recover rapidly), to feel your best while trekking (we just walked around happily in the Chilean desert at 17,000 feet), or how to prevent seasickness, I can give you lots of practical suggestions and set you up with what to take with you to enjoy your trip to the max!