Notice of Fee Increases

KuRated’s Nurse Practitioner Angela McGregor’s BHRT follow-up appointments will be increasing to $195.00, as of September 15th, 2022.

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KuRated’s Naturopathic Medicine team will be increasing their fees, effective January 1st, 2023 (Initial Intake appointment = $250, 15mins = $50, 30mins = $100, 45mins = $150, 60mins = $200)

KuRated’s Registered Psychotherapists will be increasing their fees, effective January 1st, 2023 (INDIVIDUAL: 30mins = $75, 45mins = $112.50, 60mins = $150, 75mins = $187.50, 90mins = $225. COUPLES: 30mins = $85, 45mins = $128, 60mins = $170, 75mins = $212.25, 90mins = $255).

KuRated’s Social Work Psychotherapist will be increasing their fees, effective January 1st, 2023 (INDIVIDUAL: 30mins = $75, 45mins = $112.50, 60mins = $150, 75mins = $187.50, 90mins = $225. COUPLES: 30mins = $85, 45mins = $128, 60mins = $170, 75mins = $212.25, 90mins = $255).

KuRated’s Registered Massage Therapists will be increasing their fees, effective January 1st, 2023 (30mins = $70, 45mins = $90, 60mins = $105, 75mins = $125, 90mins = $145)

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Please contact the KuRated Administrative Team with any questions about your care at: hello@kurated.ca or at (613) 384-0513

Thank you all for your continued support and patronage. Sincerely, Team KūR

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is all about helping to re-establish balance within your body in order to ensure every muscle, organ and cell is able to function under optimal conditions. Your provider will use a variety of hands on adjustments to help relieve your specific aches and pains and help improve functions of whatever body system(s) is/are holding you back. The practice of Classical Osteopathy require... Read More

Osteopathy is all about helping to re-establish balance within your body in order to ensure every muscle, organ and cell is able to function under optimal conditions. Your provider will use a variety of hands on adjustments to help relieve your specific aches and pains and help improve functions of whatever body system(s) is/are holding you back.

The practice of Classical Osteopathy requires extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology and based on four key principles:
1 | Each structure in the body supports the body’s functions.
2| The natural flow of the body’s fluids – lymphatic, vascular and neurological – must be preserved and maintained.
3| The human body is the sum of its parts. Its physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and cognitive systems don’t work independently - they work in harmony.
4| When the body has no restrictions, it has the inherent ability to heal itself.

Initial assessments include a verbal health history intake and a physical assessment followed by treatment. Initial Treatments are usually about 40-50 minutes in length. Follow-Up Treatments are ~20-30 minutes in length. You are not required to undress for Osteopathic sessions. We do recommended you wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing to your appointments where possible.


Registered Massage Therapy


Naturopathic Medicine


Nurse Practitioner


Counselling / Psychotherapy


Counselling / Social Work

Dr. Amanda Satov, ND is a Toronto native with a passion for food and a love for all things that support this journey we are on. She believes in the powers of what we put in our body, and who and what we surround ourselves with.

Her path to Naturopathic Medicine started from a young age, cooking in her Bubby’s kitchen, where she began to learn the powerful effects food can have on both our bodies and souls.

As a Naturopathic Doctor, Amanda focuses on the foundations of health; sleep, movement, food and connection. She sees patients as a whole person, and takes into account everything that makes you you. Incorporating treatments such as diet and lifestyle changes, functional foods, herbal medicine, acupuncture and a patient-centred approach, she views health as a collaboration for you to feel empowered in your wellness.

The ways Amanda enjoys life include but are certainly not limited to; sharing a good meal with people she loves, singing, cycling the streets of Toronto, and getting to witness the everyday magic in the gratitude of her patients.

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I am a master’s prepared Nurse Practitioner, having graduated from Queens University and an active member of the North American Menopause Society.

I have been providing health care for nearly 20 years and have worked in various settings and specialities. Much of my career has been spent in endocrinology, women’s health, cosmetic nursing, and primary care. I am a certified diabetes educator and have taken additional certifications in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, weight loss and cosmetic injections.

I came to realize over the many years of practice that reactive, episodic healthcare is not where my heart is. While I believe this is very important and necessary in our Canadian healthcare system, I am a strong believer in preventative and proactive medicine, and this is where my passion lies. My goal is to help individuals modify risks factors for chronic illness, optimize hormone levels, and age gracefully.

When I am not working, I aim to travel, explore, and love all things outdoors. I couldn’t live without my morning cup of coffee, Kobo e-reader, mineral SPF and YETI water bottle. I look forward to helping you on your healthcare journey.

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From a young age, Allyssa knew she wanted to become a Registered Massage Therapist. She has always had a thriving interest in helping people reach their health and wellness goals.

She completed her Massage Therapy schooling in 2014 at Algonquin College in beautiful Ottawa, where she also sharpened her French vocabulary. She is proud to offer a bilingual treatment to all her clients. Since graduating, Allyssa has been practicing in the Kingston area helping clients with their therapeutic needs. She specializes in deep tissue massage, work on long-term injuries and trauma and prenatal treatments. Allyssa’s friendly demeanour makes any client feel at ease and she looks forward to helping you on your massage therapy journey.

When she isn’t in the clinic, you can find her walking her dogs, enjoying time with family and friends or curled up on the couch with a new crochet project.

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Amy is a Registered Social Worker with 12 years experience providing counselling to individuals and families.

Specializing in working with adults and seniors to assist with difficult life transitions, she has worked in a broad range of settings across various provinces and cities. For example, several non-for-profit organizations and coalitions helping victims of sexual assault, domestic abuse, and human trafficking.

Amy worked as a Social Worker at one of Canada’s leading academic hospitals, as well as hospital programs specializing in rehabilitation and complex care. In addition, she has been involved in community outreach providing Social Work services to clients in their homes.

She has a range of experience working with clients with such issues as depression, PTSD, anxiety, grief and loss, stress management, abuse, addictions, human trafficking and financial concerns. She also has an expertise in helping individuals and families living with physical disabilities, medical conditions, mental health disorders, and those needing or receiving home care services, retirement home and long-term care home assistance.

In a visit with Amy, expect her to employ a variety of therapeutic techniques depending on what best suits your needs and personal situation. Amy feels that the most important component to counselling is the relationship between the client and their therapist. Amy is open-minded, non-judgemental and genuinely cares about the well-being of her clients.

Amy specializes in sports psychology, more specifically sports and athletic performance enhancement. Being a competitive athlete and coach herself in the past combined with her years of psychotherapy experience, Amy is intensely aware of the impact mental health can have on the outcome of practices and performances. Sports performance enhancement counselling works to identify and address athletes concerns affecting their skills such as stress management, fears, lack of motivation, confidence, mindset, and mental toughness just to name a few. It can offer a tool set for increased success and enjoyment in the sport for optimal performance.

“I believe that self-growth is vital to a fulfilling life, and I bring this philosophy into counselling sessions. I am looking forward to this journey of health, self-exploration and growth with you.”

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Sarah is dedicated to helping her clients reach their individual goals, and helping them discover how massage therapy can fit into their lives.

Sarah chose the field of Massage Therapy so she could help people in a holistic way by using manual therapy and exercise to help improve mobility, decrease pain and of course feel their best.

Sarah just graduated from Humber College, with an advanced diploma in Massage Therapy. Patients will find that Sarah is compassionate, approachable and attentive. These qualities ensure that all patients receive the most out of their massage experience, and that each massage is tailored to the clients specific impairments and goals.

When Sarah is not working she is found cycling, swimming, hiking, traveling or just spending time in the sun.

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> REGISTERED WITH THE COLLEGE OF NATUROPATHS OF ONTARIO > MEMBER OF THE ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS > MEMBER OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS > CANADIAN COLLEGE OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE, GRADUATE > BHSC. (HONS.), INTERDISCIPLINARY HEALTH SCIENCES, OTTAWA UNIVERSITY

My initial fascination with medicine wasn’t exactly romantic - in its earliest evolution, it started with an emergency room visit at the age of three in which I watched in awe as my ring finger was re-attached and was punctuated throughout my childhood as I was pushed through the system as a competitive dancer suffering from chronic back pain and then a hormonal teenager suffering from unexplainable neurological symptoms mimicking a stroke. As a result, I saw several sides of medicine - emergent in and out care that quite literally put me back together to chronic disease specialists that had the tools but couldn’t seem to carve out time to validate, diagnose, treat and/or monitor my condition. After all - “you’re young, you’ll probably be fine…”

I chose Naturopathic Medicine because I enjoy the deep dive work, finding what underpins a disease process and carefully unravelling disease factors. Working as an ND affords me the time to listen, learn, educate and monitor my patients in a way that aligns with values and allows me to deliver the highest quality care and comprehensive follow up. My promise to you: as your doctor I will take time to listen, remain curious, hold you accountable and act as a fierce health advocate. One of my core values is courage - I promise to be courageous enough to brave, with you, the very vulnerable space that lies between problem identification and “the fix.” (note: you are NOT broken)

I bridge the gap between modern medicine and traditional wisdoms in a way that serves my patients’ highest health. My goal is to empower women to reclaim their health and happiness because we know that a healthy woman translates to a community of healthy people. Given the tools - women learn, women teach, women share and women lead! That is world changing!

I know personally how dangerous the gender gap in medicine and research has become for women in the 21st century so I focused my practice on women and treating females differently because - we ARE different. Your physiology, your disease factors and your metabolism require a unique approach to health optimization. I will meet you where you are, use strategic assessment to obtain both objective and subjective data points to assess progress, functional medicine testing to confirm a naturopathic diagnosis and education as the basis for all treatment plans. I also pride myself in working closely with my patients’ other health care providers to ensure my care is adjunctive and supports the patient ability to meet and exceed their health goals safely.

I started my formal training by obtaining an Honours degree in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa before attending the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. At the College, I acted as Vice President - Clinic within the student council, travelled to Nicaragua and delivered primary care to over 150 locals on Ometepe Island in 2014, sat on the admissions committee, was the first student to sit on the Clinical Therapeutic’s Committee (CTC) and was selected to join the first group of interns to work in Canada’s first fully integrated, hospital based, naturopathic out-patient clinic. I completed a 12 month rotation at the Brampton Civic Naturopathic Teaching Clinic while working concurrently at the Parkdale Community Health Centre servicing low income patients and at the College’s onsite clinic - The Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic.

At home, I go by “mama.” My husband and I are proud members of the “two-under-under” club and our dogs make us a family of 6. Design work is my secret artsy passion and I’m currently working on mastering my mom-bun, my iced-coffee and macrame.

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Are you feeling stuck? Do you want to make a change and just don’t know where to begin? Do you need a different perspective than that of your friends and family around you regarding your life situation?

I have a passion for working with individuals and couples looking to make a change or those who are facing a crossroad or large transition in their lives and are needing some strategies, guidance and support navigating these changes. I like to help guide others towards living their best life using the strength and resources they already have, through skills and practical guidance.

I am a Registered Psychotherapist with specialized certification in Couples and Family Therapy. I have over 15 years experience working with clients experiencing issues such as anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, substance addictions, codependency/boundaries, compulsive behaviors (shopping/shoplifting, internet/gaming use, gambling, eating, sex). I also have experience working with individuals going through major life transitions such as divorce/separation, loss of employment and grief. Additionally, I have 10 years experience working in Children’s Mental Health.

More specifically, I am interested in helping women achieve the best version of themselves and help them identify the areas in their lives that are holding them back. As well, I am skilled in helping new and seasoned parents/couples navigate pre and post partum changes in their relationships - and addressing how pregnancy/child bearing/parenting can have such a tremendous impact on relationships and how to address the potential relationship/attachment issues that arise, while strengthening your couple relationship at the same time.

My approach to therapy is humanistic, client-centered and non-judgmental, helping people gain an understanding of the place that they have come to in their lives and supporting them in moving through it. In my practice, I use a variety of interventions and theoretical backgrounds depending on the issue that the client is facing. More specifically, I am experienced in cognitive-behavioral therapy, attachment therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, experiential therapy, family systems, group therapy, emotionally-focused therapy and motivational interviewing, as well as brief solution-focused therapy.

Therapy can often lead to an increase in quality of life for the client, enriching relationships, replacing negative/unwanted behaviors with positive coping mechanisms and a gained understanding of one’s past and inner motivations. Let me help you, help yourself! I look forward to walking on your journey with you.

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Maëva is a bilingual Manual Osteopathic Practitioner who has come to Canada from Guadeloupe, a French Caribbean Island. She is pleased to offer bilingual sessions. Maëva studied in France for 5 years and spent the first 5 years of her career gaining a variety of experience before landing in Kingston. She is passionate about the human body and loves to solve puzzles. Her goal is to find the true cause of your pain or trouble and provide the best treatment possible so that you can return to a “normal” and pain free life.

By listening to your body, she helps clients obtain a balance between all their different systems and structures. Everyone is different and so each treatment is unique to the individual, even if it’s for identical issues.

In Kingston since January 2021, she specializes in maternity and baby care, but is also very experienced with athletes and the general population.

She is a food lover, full of energy and positivity. In her free time, if she is not eating, cooking or in a restaurant, she can be found on last-minute travels or discovering new things and activities.

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Jacqueline Boehme, MACP, RP

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Ever felt as though “no one told you life was gonna [sic] be this way?” As though, “you’re always stuck in second gear?” Or “when it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month or even your year?” Well, this is where “I’ll be there for you!” I am a bilingual Registered Psychotherapist with nearly a decade of experience working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, pregnancy/postpartum adjustment, parenting, boundary-setting, relationship or marital issues, sexuality/intimacy issues, to name a few. I have additional training in Postpartum Depression, Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Brief Solution-Focused Therapy. I also have 8 years experience working with children, youth and families in Children’s Mental Health. I believe in working with individuals and couples to help them reach their objectives and fulfill their purpose for seeking counselling. I do so while exhibiting respect, empathy, unconditional positive regard, genuineness and understanding. I am also hopeful, optimistic, determined and enthusiastic about their goals. I am motivated to seeing my clients succeed, however that may look in the end of our work together. I create a safe and non-judgmental space or outlet for them to feel heard. I can act as a sounding board, a devil’s advocate, a person of support or a “colleague” in their own life’s work. I use a variety of approaches in counselling and determine which is most beneficial to the client after meeting with them and discussing their therapeutic goals as well as assessing which of their skills and strengths can benefit them in attaining those goals.

I am very passionate about helping women through the woes of starting a family (or adding to it), whether they are contemplating pregnancy, are pregnant, or postpartum. I also love to work with parents, as a couple or individually, on the trials and tribulations of parenting. Additionally, I am skilled and eager to work with couples struggling in their relationship or marriage.

So, whether “you’re still in bed at ten, [when] work began at eight” or you feel “the world has brought you down to your knees” or that “your job’s a joke, you’re broke, [or] your love life’s DOA”, thank you for trusting me and taking the first step towards your mental health wellness. I’ll be there for you, every step of the way.

Jacqueline Boehme, MACP, RP CALL THE CLINIC TO BOOK IN WITH JACQUELINE Ever felt as though “no ... Read More

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