Dr. Sean McConnell (Naturopath)

Dr. McConnell, a native of Montreal, graduated from Concordia University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology. He and his family moved to Toronto so that he could complete the four-year naturopathic program at the CCNM. During the four years at CCNM, Sean was involved with curriculum development and was elected as student representative to the Board of Governors of the College. After clinical internship at the RSNC, and selection for rotation at the College’s satellite clinic at Anishnawbe, Sean graduated (2006) and was awarded the Dr. Shimon Levytam prize for outstanding understanding of naturopathic medicine. Presently, Sean acts as a teaching assistant for Health Psychology (Years I, II, III) and Naturopathic Manipulation (Years II & III). Sean also acts as clinical supervisor for CCNM’s Queen West satellite clinic and the Brampton Naturopathic Teaching Clinic.Sean uses all modalities of naturopathic medicine including clinical nutrition, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese dietetics, homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage, naturopathic manipulation and lifestyle counseling. His practice focuses on how mental, emotional, spiritual and physical landscapes impact the patient, their health concerns and their healing. The mind-body connection is relevant to all illness and must be engaged if there is to be a true return to whole health.Sean is registered with the Board of Directors of Drugless Therapy-Naturopathy (BDDT-N)