EAST ND Naturopathic Centre & IV Lounge was created by our ND’s Dr. Jodie Tatlock & Dr. Celine Leduc with one goal in mind: your health optimized today, tomorrow, and everyday moving forward. The clinic has a special focus in vitamin IV infusions, hormonal and stress management, and improving skin health.
Welcome to EAST ND, conveniently located in both downtown Moncton and Charlottetown. Here, our professionals know that sustainable health is about more than a prescription: it’s about having strong lifestyle, vitamin, nutritional, and mental-emotional support . It’s about optimizing your health irregardless of "ok" blood work and "unknown cause" of symptoms. Our mission is to help our clients accomplish everlasting health in a critical-thinking, compassionate, and holistic way.
We aim to educate our clients in a safe environment while offering them necessary comprehensive care. We understand that many people have confusing or unclear explanations as to the cause of their symptoms, so we created an integrative environment and a scheduling system that prevents you from waiting long. By combining the latest research with traditional techniques, we give our clients the best care around.
Dr. Jodie Tatlock, Naturopathic Doctor
Dr. Tatlock is a naturopathic doctor and founder of EAST ND. Her practice focuses primarily on hormonal health and fertility, but she works closely with digestion and mood as well.
Dr. Tatlock graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University and a Doctorate of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NBAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). She is licensed with the College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta (CNDA).
Dr. Tatlock is most profoundly shaped by a silent 10-day meditation retreat off the coast of Thailand. It allowed her to look at health and healing in a new light. Integrating science-based medicine and traditional methods of healing are important aspects of her practice. When she isn't in the office helping her patients, she can be found exploring the world. With a constant itch for travel, Dr. Tatlock is always brining back new and innovative ideas and training to our clinic (like a vitamin IV drip lounge!).
Dr. Celine Leduc, Naturopathic Doctor
Dr. Leduc is a naturopathic doctor. Her practice focuses mainly on hormonal health and skin health (anti-aging and acne). She believes gut health is foundational to all aspects of physical and emotional health and works closely with digestion related concerns as well.
Dr. Leduc graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University and a Doctorate of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She a member in good standing with Prince Edward Island Association of Naturopathic Doctors (PEIAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). She is licensed with the College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta (CNDA).
Dr. Leduc was drawn to naturopathic medicine because the model of care resonated greatly with her belief in patient focused care and individualized medicine. Patient education is a large component of therapy, as she hopes to empower her patients to trust their bodies’ capacity to heal. Dr. Leduc enjoys blending evidence based natural practices with ancient eastern medical traditions to promote lasting health of the mind, body and soul.
Karen Boyd, Registered Nurse
Karen has been a registered Nurse with the Canadian Nurses Association for the past 30 years. Her career started in the ER where she worked for 16 years. She transitioned to the field of Research and now co-owns and operates a Clinical Research Centre.
Karen has always had a passion for the field of Nutrition and its healing properties and attended the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2010.
Karen is passionate about exploring possible ways to merge the Worlds of Naturopathic and Western Medicine to provide the best possible outcomes for patients and has stepping in to run our vitamin IV therapy lounge (fall of 2018).
Shelley Thibodeau, Office Manager
Shelley Thibodeau is bilingual, and has a business accounting and administration diploma from NBCC Moncton. Shelley ran her own daycare for 13 years, she has also worked as a Customer Service Representitive and claims analyst for a leading medical insurance company for over 15 years.
After a serious accident that happened within her family, Shelley realized that life is short and that working in an environment that is conducive to mental health is very important. Joining EAST ND Shelley is excited to share her ideas, offer our clients the utmost service, and help reinforce a sense of family within our clinic. After all, she is the mom of three boys and family means the world to her.
Ashley Maltais, Licensed Counsellor
Ashely is a licensed counselling therapist. She treats anxiety, stress, depression, anger management, grief/loss (death, illness, job, relationships), parenting skills, individual support with a divorce/separation, work place issues, self esteem and confidence.
Ashley's counselling has a person-centered framework, and integrates CBT, Solution Focused techniques, and Mindfulness practices, ensuring that each client receives personally tailored counselling services.
Ashley complete her MSc in Counselling Psychology at Keel University in England and remains in good standing with the Licensed Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick.
Jeannette Mallet, Grief Recovery Specialist
Mallet graduated with a Diploma of Human Services Counsellor CCNB in 1985 and Grief Recovery Specialist from the Grief Recovery Institute L.A in 2001. Jeannette is presently employed with Addiction/Mental Health Services Moncton and has been working in the Human Services field for over 30 years.
Mallet is an active member of our community offering Grief Recovery groups with the Moncton Canadian Mental Health Association on a regular basis. Jeanette's goal is to accompany participants through their journey with grief. Whether, grief is caused by a death or any other major loss. Incomplete recovery has a lifelong impact on a person’s capacity for happiness.
Ms. Mallet is a Breast Cancer Survivor sharing these words: “Cancer does not define who I am - I think that through darkness we grow. It makes us see the light brighter. And the darker it gets, the brighter the light shines. Until you can see the lighthouse again. Guided by hands that knew me and respected my limits despite the journey’s hardship. This is my hope for you”.