Dr. Hancock supervises student physicians in mind-body medicine shifts in the Department of Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Dr. Hancock’s clinical interests include family medicine, women’s health, mental health, chronic fatigue, stress management and chronic health conditions. She utilizes biofeedback, breathwork, nutrition, botanical medicine and counseling in her practice.
Dr. Hancock’s strives to listen to, educate and support patients to empower them to take personal responsibility for their health and wellness. She strives to find the underlying cause of illness and takes time with patients to help restore imbalances in foundations of health including diet, sleep, stress management and other lifestyle aspects. She integrates naturopathic and conventional tools to support patients on their journey to optimal health and well-being.
- Completed one-year residency at Bastyr Center for Natural Health
- Completed one-year internship with Bastyr University Counseling Center
- Six-month preceptorship (230 hours) Tulalip Tribes Health Clinic
- Worked as a teaching assistant for physical clinical diagnosis, Bastyr University — 2 years
- Additional training in homeopathy through New England School of Homeopathy and craniosacral therapy through Vital Integrative Systems
- West Virginia University, BS Biology, 2000
- Michigan Technological University, MS Forest Ecology, 2007
- Bastyr University, Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine, 2012
- STAIR-ITI/AANP Residency at Natural Medicine Plus and Urgent Care Plus in Helena MT — 1 year residency in Integrated Medicine — 2012/2013
- Member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians