About

Well hi there! I’m Dr. Jill.

I’m glad you stopped in, and I hope you find the information you’re seeking.

My passion is healing. It’s what brings me joy and purpose. My intention is that you are positively impacted simply by clicking through the pages of my site.

May the healing you seek be found.

I’m on a mission to raise medical literacy about mold and mold-related illness.

I’m an author, educator, and Naturopathic Doctor. But what you may not know about me is that mold got to me personally.


Do you ever have things in life that happen to you, that leave you wondering, “what’s this all about?”

That’s been my personal experience with mold. Mold challenged every part of me – my health, family, finances, you name it.

In quiet moments away from the chaos of mold remediation, sitting in trust and stillness, when I asked again, “what’s this all about?”, I was guided to the answer.

Bring my knowledge to the world! Share the tools and techniques I engaged to protect myself and my family once we discovered it was mold. I’ve been lucky enough to be trained in this stuff. It’s time to share it.

May it help you recover your health.

Donning my respirator & about to put on my plastic shower cap to go into the remediated area

How I got here:

I earned my Naturopathic Doctor Degree with Honors from the National University of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR in 2003. In 2012, I completed the Physician Training Program with the International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society.

For over a decade, I was the director and practicing member of two integrative clinics offering naturopathic medicine, integrative medicine, acupuncture, chiropractic, physical therapy, craniosacral therapy, and massage. It was here that I witnessed the efficacy and synergy of a team approach to patient care.

I’m now focusing on research, teaching, and writing, specializing in neuroinflammatory conditions such as mold sickness, brain injury, and autoimmune encephalitis.

I serve on the board of the Wisconsin Naturopathic Doctors Association, and was President for 6 years. I also worked on the AANP committee for licensure, where I gained experience in seeking licensure for naturopathic doctors in WI and increasing access to naturopathic healthcare nationally.

In health,
Dr. Jill