Teresa Glick, ND, BCND, CHom, CNHP


Motivated by my own health challenges (fibromyalgia/migraines/medication sensitivities), and realizing that conventional medicine had nothing to truly help me with my chronic complaints, I became motivated to study Naturopathy, Herbal medicine, and Homeopathy in formal educational settings. I completed my Naturopathic education in traditional naturopathy in 2012.  After receiving my ND diploma, and taking my board certification exam in 2013, I did a course in 2015/2016 in herbal medicine with Dr. Christopher Hobbs, a well-known and respected authority in the herbal medicine community. 


Since I knew from the beginning of my Naturopathic studies that I wanted to specialize in classical/constitutional homeopathy, and after researching the best school options, I enrolled in the 4-year accredited program with Homeopathy School International in 2016, finishing it and receiving my CHom certification designation in 2019 and my Advanced Clinical certificate in 2020. 

While enrolled with HSI, I also attended the Academy for Homeopathic Studies where I earned direct contact study hours with Dr. William Taylor, MD, homeopath, mostly focusing on Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology as it relates to the study of homeopathy.   

Prior to continuing my education in the natural health realm, I taught all levels of education from K-12 for 14 years to my 2, now-adult offspring.  Many, many moons ago, I majored in English education at The Ohio State University, and still maintain my passion for reading most genres of literature as well as non-fiction in my free-time.  I am currently in the beginning stages of pursuing my Masters of Arts degree in Theology, one of my other long-held passions. 


Most recently, I worked in an office management/accounting position before launching my practice. 


As a Naturopathic Homeopath, and because of all that I have suffered physically, I have a passion and conviction to help others reach their wellness goals and become empowered in taking control of their own health outcomes as we work together to determine the root causes of symptoms.  Because I specialize in classical homeopathy, you can be confident that consultations with me will be truly holistic and individualized.  

What all the little letters stand for:

-Certified Natural Health Practitioner (CNHP)

-Doctor of Naturopathy (ND)

-Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor (BCND- via proctored exam given by The American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board)

-Certified Homeopath (CHom- Completed the 4-year, accredited homeopathic program through Homeopathy School International: Foundations, Practitioner, Clinical Studies, Advanced Clinical Studies)

-Foundations in Herbalism

-Academy for Homeopathic Studies

-Member of The National Center for Homeopathy

Formal Education pertaining to health:

-Health sciences  (Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology)

-Medical Terminology

-Naturopathic philosophy 

-Herbal/Botanical Therapies (Eastern and Western). 

-Nutrition (Diet&Disease; Enzymes; Vitamins/Minerals/EFA; Deficiencies,etc)

-Digestive Health

-Homeopathy (Philosophy; Materia Medica; Clinical; Advanced clinical;Repertory)


-Child Psychology

-Advanced Clinical Aromatherapy/Essential Oils


-Muscle Response Testing



-Jin Shin Jyutsu

-Traditional Chinese Medicine

-Face,Tongue, Nail Analysis

-Homeopathic Immune Education

-Biochemic Therapy

-Holistic Counseling

-Women's Health

-Dry Blood Cell Analysis

-pH Testing

-Bach Flower remedies

Continuing Education Credits in:

-Autism support with homeopathy

-Immune Health/Pandemic 

-Understanding and Working with Autoimmune Disease

-Hahnemannian Posology and Practical Case Management


-Homeopathic treatment of Asthma

-Working with Chronic Disease

"Just as the honeybee and the flower attract one another, so are the homeopath and patient drawn together when the moment is ripe.

Like the flower, the homeopath gives of her substance, trusting that each person will take exactly what they need.  She also knows that each person who visits her will, like the bee, contribute to her growth in ways that are frequently hidden.

As the homeopath grows through experience, so do the patients grow with her and continue to test her depths.  The more accomplished she becomes, the more humbly does she recognize herself to be just a beginner."

(From: The Tao of Homeopathy by Ian Watson)


"The greatest mistake in the treatment of diseases is that there are physicians for the body and physicians for the soul, although the two cannot be separated".


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Disclaimer:  Teresa Glick makes no pretense of being a licensed, conventional Medical Doctor, and will not diagnose illness, prescribe drugs or perform surgery.   Naturopathy and Homeopathy take many years to learn and master, and the education required to become an effective Naturopath/Homeopath includes extensive knowledge of the human body. Thus, in addition to that knowledge- base being important in her own work,  having that education helps her to know when referring to a conventional medical doctor is needed, as in cases of severe acute traumas and illnesses. The role of the true Naturopath/Homeopath is to assist the body in restoring itself to health by various means. It is not in competition with conventional medical modalities, but is a complement to them. 

The State of Ohio does not license Naturopaths or Homeopaths and has not adopted any educational or training requirements for unlicensed complementary or alternative health care practitioners.  Under Ohio Law, an unlicensed complementary or alternative health care practitioner may not provide a medical diagnosis or recommend that a person discontinue a medically prescribed treatment.