Dr. Elizabeth Cherevaty ND RAc

Naturopathic Doctor, Registered Acupuncturist & Feminine Leadership Mentor

Dr. Elizabeth Cherevaty ND, RAc is the founding director at Two Rivers Health. Dually licensed as both a Naturopathic Doctor & Registered Acupuncturist, Dr. Liz developed our integrative fertility program, The WellConceived Fertility Method™ to help women and couples overcome obstacles to pregnancy and bring their healthy, happy babies into the world. She is also the creator of the Fertility Empowerment Program™, a supported digital lifestyle experience that helps women and couples to optimize their fertility success.

Seeing women as the epicentres of their families’ and communities’ health and wellbeing, Dr. Cherevaty’s goal is to optimize health of mothers and mothers-to- be, leaders, go-getters and future world-changers (kids!). She believes that “health is the most important asset we can possess. It’s the ticket to enjoying your life, leaving your legacy, and making the world a better place for a vibrantly healthy next generation.”

As a “sensitive high-achiever” herself, Dr. Liz is passionate about helping caring, ambitious women to build burnout-proof lives & businesses, develop their gifts, and embrace their feminine power so they can create their own definitions of having it all.

*Dr. Elizabeth Cherevaty is accepting new patient applications within her areas of special focus: Female Fertility, Male Fertility, Women’s Health, Pregnancy, Birth Preparation & Postpartum & Children’s Health.
Women Leaders seeking support to step more fully into their passion, power & purpose in life, love & business (the feminine way) are invited to book an individual Feminine Leaders Insight Call to review your goals and discover if there’s a good fit for working together in one of Dr. Liz’s mentorship programs.

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Courtney Clayson-Russell

Naturopathic Resident, Doula

Courtney Clayson-Russell is a recent graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, ON. With a focus on the treating the whole body, Courtney aims to help her patients create a balanced lifestyle in addition to using other modalities, including nutrition, supplementation, botanical medicine, acupuncture, and physical therapy. Courtney has taken additional training in fertility, facial rejuvenation acupuncture, and sports medicine. She is also a certified naturopathic birth doula.

Meet Courtney



Christa VanderVelde


A doula’s care starts long before the first contraction. She will spend time getting to know you, preparing you for the realities of labour, listening to your fears and understanding your exclusive needs and desires. She will present you with options, help you organize a birth plan and help communicate with your care provider. During the birth she will help you implement the steps in your birth plan and support you, should the plan change course. By hiring a doula, you set yourself up for the best birth experience possible.

Christa’s desire is that every woman would recognize her own strength. That no matter the process, each and every woman would be able to look back on her birth and know that she was loved and supported. That she would know that the decisions made were for her and by her. That her body
is strong and beautiful and capable. That she is a fierce, warrior woman, able to do what she sets her heart to do.

Christa is a co-creator of the clinic’s Integrative Prenatal Course and offers monthly childbirth preparation workshops to help women and their birthing partners best prepare for the safe, satisfying birth experience they desire (and deserve).

Meet Christa



Jocelyn Wells

Post-Partum Doula

Jocelyn’s path to postpartum doula work was unique and stems from a long-held desire to help women thrive and be their best selves.
With a Master’s degree in Labour Relations and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Global studies, Jocelyn started her career working in Health & Safety and Human Resources for several small local and large multinational organizations, but something never felt quite right.
Her journey to doula work started after her first child was born when she worked through a postpartum mood disorder. It was then that she realized that things could be better for new parents and that she could play a role in that. It is hard – but you do not have to do it alone and there are lots of things we can do to make it better.
After giving birth to her second child, she took the leap to doula work and trained with Doula Training Canada as a Postpartum Doula with additional training in Breastfeeding Support and Maternal Mental Health.
Jocelyn has supported many families in person in the Guelph area, where she lives with her two kids and her husband. She is a proud volunteer with WE Breastfeed and SHORE Centre and is a registered member of the Association of Ontario Doulas.
Her goal is to provide support for new parents to help them navigate through the fourth trimester and beyond. She works directly with clients in their home, right from birth, offering information and help with things like breastfeeding, sleep strategies, mood awareness, infant care, and so much more.
She also offers virtual care options and the chance to ask questions and get unbiased evidence-based advice in a way that works for you and your family.
Jocelyn specializes in helping people prepare for the fourth trimester and believes you need a village to help you through the postpartum period. To help you create that village she offers workshops and classes for everyone from dads-to-be to new grandparents!
She is empathetic, compassionate and wants to see you succeed and thrive and become the parent you want to be.







Eleni Kapetanios

Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner

As a Breakthrough Specialist, Eleni helps you get from where you are, to where you want to be, quickly and easily.

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) allows people to address the deep, underlying issues and limiting beliefs that hold them back from success, not only in health and fitness, but in all areas of life. NLP changes the neuro patterns in your brain, so that those old beliefs and baggage are simply gone, and new positive patterns and behaviours can emerge, creating success and the ability to meet goals, easily and effortlessly!

The process works for a variety of issues including: eating disorders, weight issues, anxiety, depression, phobias, chronic pain, feeling “stuck” and unable to move forward, trauma, PTSD and more. It is an extremely fast process as well. Your Breakthrough takes 10-15 hours, after which, your problem is gone.



Coleen Murphy, RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Coleen has been practicing since 1999 and brings a variety of modalities that compliment massage therapy such as reflexology, cranial sacral techniques, reiki, Indian head massage, aromatherapy and a natural nutrition certification. Coleen has worked across Canada and over seas; she brings a lot of experience and is very passionate about taking care of people, the young and the elderly with the benefits of massage therapy. Most of us live very busy paced lives and our nervous system is always going, we need to learn about ways that let us rest and practice them, massage is perfect for that, I call them “tune ups”. Regular massage promotes relaxation that helps relax the nervous system. Other benefits help relieve stress tension, promotes lymph drainage for swelling and bloating, it can help us sleep better, helps increase circulation which is good for Diabetes, it also helps decrease muscle tension that can cause headache pain or muscle strains and sprains. Coleen loves to work with other health practitioners to facilitate the best options for a client. She looks forward to assist people to do what they love to do whether its being an athlete or staying active with recreational activity, working at a desk for long periods of time, overall well being, stress relief, chronic complex conditions and even pre or post pregnancy. Coleen is looking forward to meeting you and bring you comfort.



Kelly Sprague, RH

Registered Herbalist

Drawing on over a decade of personal and professional work with bodies, nutrition, and plants, Kelly works with clients to develop unique treatment plans and blend custom botanical formulas.
Her aim is to find manageable starting points, address barriers to change, and to meet you wherever you’re at without judgement. Prior to completing Diane Kent’s Clinical Herbalism program with a focus on the holistic understanding of the medical sciences in 2019, Kelly trained and practiced as a Registered Massage Therapist. She also studied Holistic Nutrition and provided individual, hands-on nutrition support.
Herbalism or herbal medicine is working with plants to address illness or imbalance and support full body health. Herbs are both living entities in relationship with their own ecosystem and the larger ecosystem of the earth, as well as tools and teachers we can use to foster our own health.
They are powerful allies for humans looking for support in such a wide variety of areas – hormonal health, menstrual issues, stress, burnout, anxiety, the immune system, sleep, among the most common. As a herbalist, rather than taking a ‘this herb for that’ approach to those issues, I focus on you as an individual and how each herb acts in relationship to your specific constitution. When we meet for your appointment, we’ll sit and chat without judgement about, well, you! Your current and past health, in what areas you’d like to feel better, your acute or chronic, longstanding concerns. We’ll develop a plan tailored to you, centered around a custom botanical protocol. This could include a tincture blend (an alcohol extract), a tea blend, flower essences, and in some cases even herbs used externally like salves, steams, and rinses – all depending on your preferences and what fits. The beauty of working with a bespoke herbal blend is that every herb is specific to you and your needs, and we can make shifts in the formula to follow shifts in your body and mind! Herbal protocols can be used as a primary support within the full plan we develop together, but they also work well alongside other protocols you may be following. Herbs are potent medicine. But fun medicine too.



Tracy Kennedy, MSW, RSW


Tracy Kennedy is a registered clinical social worker with a masters degree and 11 years of professional experience. She is passionate about her work and is committed to ongoing professional development. In 2017 she became a certified cognitive behavioural therapist and in 2019 she began training in emotional freedom technique. Tracy is a holistic practitioner and pulls from many other modalities including mindfulness and brief solution focused therapy.
Tracy welcomes clients of diverse ages, cultural backgrounds and sexual orientation. She strives to maintain a counselling relationship in which clients feel heard, supported and empowered to work towards positive change.
Tracy offers free 15 minute meet and greets because she understands the importance of the therapeutic relationship and finding the ‘right fit’.
In her personal life she enjoys connecting with loved ones, time in nature, yoga, running and exploring new places.



Rebecca Thompson, MSc, Reg. CASLPO

Speech-Language Pathologist

Rebecca Thompson is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with extensive experience supporting children’s communication development in children’s treatment centres, schools, and private practice. She is passionate about early intervention and will work with parents and their children right from their first concern.

Rebecca provides assessment and treatment for communication disorders in children of all abilities. She works with toddlers who are late in reaching their communication milestones, preschool, and school-aged children. She can help with expressive language, receptive language, early literacy, social communication, Autism Spectrum Disorder, augmentative communication, stuttering and articulation. Rebecca has extensive training and experience treating severe articulation disorders, motor speech disorders, and childhood apraxia of speech. She is PROMPT trained (Technique and Bridging) and has completed Advanced Training in Childhood Apraxia of Speech through CASANA.



Katherine Peloso Smith, R.H.N

Registered Holistic Nutritionist 

Hello, I’m Katherine! I’m a registered holistic nutritionist and graduate of the Canadian
School of Natural Nutrition. I am dedicated to empowering you to nourish your body optimally through whole foods, natural supplementation and healthy lifestyle choices.
I practice a complete mind, body and spirit approach to uncovering the root causes of health concerns and use real-life, practical tactics to guide you in achieving your goals.
I look forward to working with you!

Meet Katherine



Megan Law

Certified Reiki Practitioner

Megan is passionate about helping women (especially moms) reduce their stress, return to balance, and feel whole within themselves so that they live their fullest potential in all their life’s roles.

Megan discovered the practice of Reiki when she was looking for a way to help manage her stress and support her general wellness.
An ancient Japanese technique, Reiki is a non-invasive, energy based approach to relaxation and healing. Reiki uses a variety of hand positions on or just above the body.

Reiki creates deep relaxation and helps the body release stress and tension.