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Meet our PRACTITIONERS


Bridget Antoszkiw – PRACTITIONER

Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy

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Why did you become a naturopath?

I’ve always been interested in health and wellness. I decided on a career change and did my certificate to become a personal trainer and I loved it. I wanted to offer my clients a more wholistic approach to health so I completed a Bachelor of Health Science, Naturopathy degree. Through combining training, nutrition and the use of herbal medicine I found a more successful approach in assisting clients.

Why did you join The Lucy Rose Clinic?

I was lucky enough to join the team here at The Lucy Rose Clinic in 2018. The clinic has a functional approach to thyroid and hormone health that works. The training and opportunities provided by the clinic have been invaluable to my self development and continued growth as a naturopath. Furthermore, the Lucy Rose Clinic offers a way for individuals, who want address their health concerns, when they have previously been unsuccessful with conventional medicine.

What is the most memorable moment you’ve experienced at Lucy Rose?

One of the most memorable moments I’ve had was a patient who has been with the Lucy Rose Clinic for a while and had seen some fantastic results with her weight and energy levels but still struggled to sleep well. Within 3 months we had made some further lifestyle and diet changes and for the first time in almost 10 years she had started to sleep through the night.

How do you think you can help patients?
I feel the most important role for me as a naturopath is to educate all my patients, empower them with the knowledge on how to achieve health and wellness long term.
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Jenni Rowland – PRACTITIONER

Diploma in Herbal Medicine, qualified Natural Fertility Management Practitioner, holds a Certificate 4 in Training and  Assessment

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Why did you become a naturopath?

Growing up, I always wanted to be a doctor but didn’t get quite enough marks to do that when I finished high school. Then, after becoming a parent at a young age I realised that being a naturopath was actually a far better way of helping people. It is more pro-active, empowering and ultimately leads to fixing the issues once and for all and enabling the body to heal. I studied for years, one subject at a time while my kids were small. On reflection, I am so glad things turned out the way they did. I can’t imagine a career that could be more fulfilling.

Why did you join The Lucy Rose Clinic?

I have overcome lots of adversity in my own life. I want to empower my patients by giving them the tools that I accumulated on my journey to enable them to be the best version of themselves. I also wanted to work with people that made me enjoy coming to work and had a glass half full approach to life. I couldn’t be happier to be a part of this team.

What is the most memorable moment you’ve experienced at Lucy Rose?

Undoubtedly the camaraderie when we get together at our annual training days. There is not a single person that I work with whom I wouldn’t happily spend time with. My colleagues are an amazing bunch of women.

How do you think you can help patients?
I am a similar age to most of our patients and I have experienced many of the issue that they have. That said, I have been able to look after myself with the knowledge that I have gathered. I have always believed it is better to show than tell and my aim is to inspire my patients to be fit and healthy well into their senior years.
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Stephanie Watts – PRACTITIONER

Adv. Dip. Naturopathy, Adv. Dip. Nutritional Medicine

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Why did you become a naturopath?

I began pursuing my career in Naturopathy in my early 20s due to a love of science. Although I don’t come from a background in natural medicine, my mother was a nurse, and I always admired her dedication to helping others.  I am completely enthralled by the human body and have always found reward in working with and serving the public. When I realised that I could use my interest in science and health to help others, I sought out a career in naturopathy, which emphasises the empowerment and education of our patients to improve their health and wellbeing through the most natural means possible.

Why did you join The Lucy Rose Clinic?

When you choose a career in Naturopathy, it often means long hours of solitary research, dedicating huge amounts of time to marketing and business management, and a lack of connection with other practitioners.  By working with The Lucy Rose Clinic, I can focus my time on helping my patients and leave the social media to those who are good at it. The technology, training, mentoring, testing facilities and protocols The Lucy Rose Clinic uses are state of the art, and I feel truly blessed to have access to this as a practitioner. It’s also wonderful to be connected with all of our practitioners nationwide, for support and comradery. 

What is the most memorable moment you’ve experienced at Lucy Rose?

I was seeing a lady who had fallen through the cracks of general medical practice and was told that no one could help her. When she came to me, she was a shell of a woman, and I could feel her scepticism in my ability to help her. With some thorough testing and a little digging, it was easy to see why prior treatments had not worked for her, and we set about working on a treatment plan. The first follow up she hadn’t really improved, as we were just setting the groundwork. She was a bit miffed.  But by the second and third follow up she was a “new woman”. I felt so proud of her and blessed to be able to help her. At her fourth follow up she was glowing and doing things she never thought she would be able to again. She gave me the biggest hug as she left that day and said thankyou from the bottom of her heart. That was one of my most memorable moments since starting with The Lucy Rose Clinic.

How do you think you can help patients?

I am a puzzle solver. I think most natural medicine practitioners are! Health is rarely straight forward, and all our body systems are connected. This is why we need to treat holistically. I really enjoy playing detective and getting to the bottom of complex cases, and I find great satisfaction when I find that one clue that pulls it all together. 

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Kylie Rawlings – PRACTITIONER

Naturopath, Functional Medicine Practitioner (BA, B.HSc, Adv.Dip.Naturopathic Med, Adv.Dip.Nutritional Med, Adv.Dip.Herbal Med)

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Why did you become a naturopath?

My career began in the Health Industry as a personal trainer. I worked for several years, training clients of varying body shapes and sizes. This gave me an understanding of the mind-body connection and how exercise plays a pivotal role in healing, vitality and wellbeing.

While enjoying a fulfilling career as a personal trainer, I realised that exercise was only one step in the process towards achieving optimal health and wellbeing. I had noticed many clients who were not losing weight due to suspected hormonal problems. I wanted to learn how I could help them. This inspired me to study Naturopathy at Endeavour College of Natural health, where I obtained a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Naturopathy. I studied the human body and the pathophysiology of disease and dysfunction, giving me an understanding of biochemical pathways and the implications of their imbalances. I studied herbal medicine and nutrition, learning how various natural methods can be used to address an individuals biochemical imbalances and dysfunctions, resulting in optimal health, vitality and of course how to balance hormones.

As I began practicing naturopathic medicine I found with some individuals there were various roadblocks within their mind that needed to be addressed in order to achieve successful treatment. Optimal health involves more than just a balanced diet and regular exercise; people also need take care of their inner world of thoughts and beliefs, which ultimately form their choices and therefore behaviour.

I went on to study the science of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP). The knowledge I gained through this study gave me the ability to assist in the reforming of the thoughts, beliefs and behaviours of my clients, enabling them to successfully reach their desired health goals and significantly change their lives.

As a Naturopath, my approach towards achieving optimal health combines biomedical science, NLP techniques, specific exercise advice, evidence-based research with herbal and nutritional medicines, and dietary therapy.

I am a registered member of ANTA (Australian Natural Therapies Association).

Why did you join The Lucy Rose Clinic?

I have always been interested in helping people to balance their hormones to assist with weight loss and hormone related heath conditions.

What is the most memorable moment you’ve experienced at Lucy Rose?

I had a client who was about 36, had 2 attempted of IVF that failed and several miss carriages, she was about to freeze her eggs and give up for a little while. She started our treatment and was unable to really afford much being a uni student, so I put her on very basic supplements and referred her to our Doctor. She was prescribed DHEA and NDT, after a few months she fell pregnant and she now she has a baby girl.

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