Dr. Matthew Hicks, ND, MS
After completing his bachelor's in liberal arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Matthew found his way to the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon where he completed a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Integrative Medical Research. He then completed an integrative mental health residency before going into private practice.
He has also completed a certificate in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy at the California Institute of Integral Studies.
He is the host of the Integrative Psychiatry Review Podcast.
His therapeutic approaches include a blending of Buddhist psychology, Internal Family Systems, and Hakomi (mindfulness-based somatic psychotherapy). He incorporates diet, exercise, meditation, herbs, supplements, and when necessary medication management into his treatment plans. He offers psychedelic integration work and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.
Jarrod Franklin, ND, MS
Jarrod is a naturopathic physician, holistic nutritionist, and Ayurvedic practitioner. His passions for holistic care have led him in becoming a food security advocate, therapeutic chef, inquirer of the theosophical, and student in Synaptic’s psychedelic therapy facilitator training.
Besides holistic health delivery, he enjoys board gaming, dancing, travel planning, and getting creative with botanical medicines.
Dr. Olivia Giguere, ND
Dr. Olivia Giguere is a naturopathic physician and massage therapist. She completed a 4-year accredited naturopathic medical degree at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She holds a bachelor's degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Lewis & Clark College.
She practices ketamine assisted psychotherapy and integration coaching. Currently, she is completing a training program in therapeutic psilocybin facilitation through Synaptic Institute.
Dr. Giguere combines herbalism, physical medicine, nutrition, hydrotherapy, and counseling techniques to help stimulate the body's vital healing force. Ultimately, her goal is to empower her patients to reclaim ownership of their wellbeing.
Herbalism is at the center of her practice. Plants have the power to help heal the body, mind, and spirit by gently encouraging these systems back into homeostasis. She uses massage and other therapies to alleviate acute, chronic, and psychosomatic pain. Offerings include focused sessions of deep tissue, cranial sacral, myofascial release, and trigger point release. She also offers Somatic Dialogue- a guided visualization technique aimed at releasing stuck energy/emotions in the body that may present as pain or other dis-ease. She uses her knowledge of nutrition to help develop meal plans and teach cooking techniques, believing that food is medicine that we make for ourselves everyday.
Greg Robillard, LMFT
Greg is a licensed marriage and family therapist offering ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. He provides EMDR and trauma informed care to adults and adolescents. He is adjunct faculty at Lewis and Clark College and Synaptic's Entheogenic Medicine Training Program where is also a member of the board of directors.