Health Care Providers
Daisy Lear began practicing Chinese medicine and acupuncture in 2001 after graduating from Southwest Acupuncture College with a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. She blends Japanese and Chinese techniques along with bodywork, exercise and dietary recommendations, in order to provide a very well rounded approach. Truly passionate about the work, her enthusiasm and positive attitude toward optimal health and well being encourage people to engage in their own path to physical, emotional and spiritual health, and feel their best. In 2009, she was moved to start the non-profit organization, Acupuncture for Veterans and their Families. Daisy maintains a private practice in Longmont, CO, for more information please visit stvrainvalleyacupuncture.com.
Dr. Cheri King is a naturopathic physician licensed in the State of Oregon. She attended National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR where she graduated with honors in research for her work investigating detoxification diets. During her time at NCNM she also co-founded the Naturopathic Medical Student Association, and received the Jim Lemkin World in Balance award for
achievement in applying holistic healing principles in her own life as well as the lives of others. She also received the David Family Award scholarship and the Founders merit scholarship for outstanding performance.
Through her work with patients and with her own health, Dr. King has found that natural medicine can not only help the body regain failing health but may also take us to a level of wellness that we have never known before.
True well being is a reflection of balance; physical, emotional, spiritual, and energetic. Dr. King is committed to helping people achieve this balance and experience true wellness…from the inside out.
Dr. King sees patients at her private practice located in the Boulder, CO at Boulder Natural Health and is also adjunct faculty at Community College of Denver teaching nutrition to nursing students.
Faith Halverson-Ramos has been a psychotherapist and board certified music therapist (MT-BC) since 2007, after having graduated from Naropa University with an MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology focusing in Music Therapy. Since graduating, she has taken additional trainings in Neurologic Music Therapy at Colorado State University and early childhood music and movement education in order to deepen her professional knowledge of how music can positively impact sensorimotor function, cognition, and speech at any age.
Faith is experienced in working with individuals of all ages in the areas of grief and loss, mental well-being, and overall wellness. She loves being able to help people experience a greater understanding of themselves and their relationships with others through music and the creative process.