Dr. Willow Moore is in private practice serving southwest Washington. She also is an Eponaquest instructor (equine facilitated learning).
Dr. Moore received a BS in chemistry from the University of Washington, graduated cum laude from Western States Chiropractic College and from National College of Naturopathic Medicine. She completed the obstetric residency program at both WSCC and NCNM and delivered over 500 babies at home. Dr. Moore completed the postdoctoral homeopathic program at the International Foundation of Homeopathy and preceptored with Dr. S. K. Nayak, Principal, Homeopathic Medical College Hospital, Calcutta University, Kolcutta, India.
Dr. Moore served on the Oregon Out-of-Hospital task force, on the first Naturopathic board of examiners in Montana (Board of Alternative Healthcare), as a board member for the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, a founding board member for the Better Childbirth Council of America (BCCA), and served on the board for Therapeutic Alternatives of Maryland (TALMAR), an organization combining traditional therapy with equine, horticultural and alternative treatments for physically and mentally challenged children. She volunteered as a CASA (court appointed special advocate) for children in the foster care system in Washington state. Dr. Moore served as a board member for National University of Natural Medicine and as a board member of Phoenix Rising Transitions, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping ex-convicts transition from prison to members of the community.
Dr. Moore started her formal mediumship training over thirty years ago in a year-long apprenticeship with Reverend Anita Rutter at Camp New Era, the oldest spiritualist church in the U.S. Dr. Moore has trained at the Arthur Findley College, Essex, England in trance and healing mediumship. She holds a certificate in hypnotherapy and past-life regression therapy.