Dr. Artemis D. Morris is a Naturopathic Physician, Licensed Acupuncturist, experienced educator specializing in Mediterranean nutrition, researcher, author, and dynamic public speaker. Dr. Artemis is the co-academic director of the Masters Degree in Integrative Health and Healing at The Graduate Institute (www.learn.edu). Dr Artemis has over a decade of experience in education and is a professor of nutrition for the Masters in Nutrition program at The University of Bridgeport and taught advanced clinical nutrition for the Naturopathic Medical School. She completed her Naturopathic Doctorate (2000) and Masters in Acupuncture (2001) at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington and did an internship in Acupuncture in Shanghai, China.
Dr Artemis has been practicing holistic primary care medicine, Acupuncture, cranio-sacral therapy, herbal medicine and integrative/functional medicine for over 20 years. Dr. Artemis is the medical director and founder of Artemis Wellness Center, LLC an integrative practice that specializes in women’s health, chronic disease, and transformational wellness. She is also the medical consultant for Healing Hands Wellness Center in Bethlehem, PA.
Dr. Artemis has served as the director of the Natural Health Center at Masonic Healthcare Center in Wallingford, the largest geriatric healthcare center in CT where she did research on Acupuncture and pain management. Dr. Artemis is involved in ongoing research on the Mediterranean Diet and medicinal plants of Crete that began with a doctoral program at The University of Lancaster, UK.
She presented at Yale Universities Institute of Olive Science and Health on a subject dear to her heart, Wild Edible Plants of The Mediterranean Diet. She lectures at medical conferences internationally on The Mediterranean diet, the Microbiome, Women’s health, Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Therapeutic Essential Oils, Fertility and more. Collaborative learning, writing, and educating are her passions.
Dr Artemis co-authored the book with Molly Rossiter on The Anti-Inflammation Diet for Dummies, has contributed articles to medical journals and is in the process of publishing a book on A Naturopathic Doctor’s Guide to Wellness for Immune Support. She lives in CT with her young twins and enjoys cooking, gardening and foraging, dancing, and being in nature as much as possible.
Her practice philosophy is inspired by the quote from Paracelsus that states, “The art of healing comes from nature and not from the physician. Therefore, the physician must start from nature with an open mind.” In her practice, she honors the vital nature of each individual she treats.