Lydia Peters, ND



First Year Resident at BCNH (Team Care and Private Practice)


Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Bastyr University, 2013-2017
Bsc. Biology, Trinity Western University, 2008-2012

Teaching/Healing Philosophy

A good family physician is one who takes time with you, listens to your story, conducts a thorough physical exam and consults appropriately to arrive at a correct diagnosis while developing an effective treatment protocol. Treatments should be evidence-based and time should be taken to consult the latest research on a case-by-case basis. With every visit, both your emotional and physical health will be addressed by discussing nutrition, lifestyle and stress management while concurrently managing acute or chronic conditions. Time will be taken to ensure your goals have been reached. 

Classes Taught

TA for Cardiology, Physical Exam I and III, Integrated Nervous System and Clinical Skills I (2014-2016)
NPLEX I Preparatory Class Creator and Facilitator (2016-2017)

Clinical Interests

Family medicine (including pediatrics and geriatrics), Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Women's Health

Clinical Modalities

Clinical Nutrition; Exercise, Lifestyle and Mental Health Counseling; Evidence Based Herbal Therapies and Pharmacology, Physical Medicine; Craniosacral Therapy

Past Professional Experiences

Student Staff Counselor for Bastyr University Counseling Center (2016-2017)

Professional Affiliations

Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians 
Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians