Colleen Fuller, N.D., was born and raised in Portland, Oregon.

My love of nature developed from taking classes in botany and how to make hand crafted herbal medicines.

My interest with plants drew me to study Biology with a focus in Botany at Portland State University, graduating with my Bachelor’s Degree in Science. After undergraduate school, I joined the volunteer group, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, and worked at St. Vincent de Paul’s Institute for Conflict Management in Santa Ana, California, working as a Family Coordinator and a Mediator for Intra-family and Small Claims issues. Drawn to health and helping people, I returned to Portland, Oregon, to attend National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), the oldest Naturopathic College in North America. I graduated as a Doctor of Naturopathic medicine in 2010. In addition, I studied and completed a certificate of training at The New England School of Homeopathy. I have spent over 1800 hours in the teaching clinics of NCNM personally working with more than 500 patients during my tenure there. In 2009, I spent several weeks in Nicaragua working with Natural Doctor’s International.

My clinical approach utilizes naturopathic tools such as botanical medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, and many others in treating each individual’s acute or chronic illness. I coach and empower patients in their healing journey. My approach to patients is to address the underlying cause of disharmony allowing the body to implement its inherent healing abilities. Treatments are designed to encompass all aspects of the whole person. I specialize in general family medicine with a focus in fertility. Dr. Colleen Fuller also works as a Natural Family Planning Provider.


1920 Broadway Street Vancouver, WA 98663


Wed: 1 pm - 4 pm, Thurs: 9 am - 12 pm, Fri: 9 am - 4 pm


Email: Phone: (360) 600-8518


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