Dr. Hunter Peterson, N.D.
Physician of Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Peterson is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor, graduating with honors from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. A native of Spokane, WA, he received his undergraduate training at Pomona College in Claremont, CA, where he studied history and biology. His shared passion for medicine and history led him into the role of co-lead author in a history chapter of the forthcoming textbook, Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Peterson embraces a view of health in which all aspects of a person are inextricably linked in a dynamic relationship. This model is echoed throughout the natural world and is what has drawn him to natural medicine. With this guiding philosophy, Dr. Peterson's treatments acknowledge the dynamic interplay between one's physical, biochemical, mental/emotional and spiritual state of being in addressing the underlying causes of disease, leading to meaningful and lasting resolution.
As a clinician, Dr. Peterson is an attentive listener who seeks to understand each person's unique experiences and health story in helping him know his patients on a deep level. He believes his main duty as doctor is to be a teacher, providing his patients with the insights and tools they need to establish well-being.
To have the honor of working with someone to improve their health and the way they experience life is a privilege that Dr. Peterson is truly grateful for.
The staff of Coeur d’Alene Healing Arts are committed to the health and well-being of each patient, understanding individual needs and exceeding expectations. Even though each of our highly skilled staff members has a specific area of expertise, each is dedicated to assisting our patients in every aspect of their office experience.
Amanda moved to the Coeur d’Alene area from Kansas City in 2016. Before her move, she spent 15 years working with survivors of domestic violence and other forms of trauma. Through that work, Amanda learned the value of being present with people through their process of change and the importance of simply bearing witness to another person’s story.
Amanda grew up in the Chicago area and had the benefit of utilizing homeopathic remedies as well as other natural healing methods in her home as a child. As an adult, having been exposed to daily trauma through her work, Amanda began experiencing the effects of toxic stress and vicarious trauma. As the work began to take a physical and emotional toll on her, Amanda turned to natural medicine and a holistic approach to healing and has become a passionate advocate for treating the whole person as a means to achieving the wellness goals of each individual.
Odette was born in Coeur d’Alene and grew up exploring the beauty of this area. She graduated from Lewis and Clark State College in 2007 with a bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. She then went to work at Gritman Medical Center and became the Clinical Coordinator for their Wellness Center, teaching classes and managing a large facility with a staff of 6 employees and serving hundreds of community members, during her 10 years at Center.
While visiting family in Post Falls she realized that it was time to come back to live and help her mother remain in her own home. While looking for employment it was important to find meaningful work that would make a positive difference in the lives of others. Odette attended one of Dr. Hunter’s Open Forums and was happy to see his approach to educate through an open, inclusive dialogue with others. Odette is honored to be a member of the Coeur d’Alene Healing Arts Clinic, and helping patients on their personal journey to living their healthiest lives.
In her spare time Odette enjoys hiking, cooking, music, theatre, dancing, reading, and soaking in natural hot springs.
Growing up close to nature, Korrine learned to appreciate the wholeness of health from a young age. Her early childhood exploration of nature, dewy morning walks through the sagebrush that lined the canyon creek by her home, and healthy lifestyle grounded in nature fastened her to a well-being that she values to this day.
Korrine stepped onto her path at CDA Healing Arts eight years ago under the guidance of recently-retired Dr. Todd Schlapfer. Her tenure at the clinic has been a journey of learning, service, and helping people connect to themselves and their well-being. While the changing leadership under Dr. Hunter marks fresh momentum at the clinic, Korrine brings experience and familiarity of the previous chapter.
Outside the office, Korrine demonstrates dedicated involvement in building community grow spaces and connecting people to the origins of their food. She founded the Community Roots program many years ago under the Kootenai Environmental Alliance. Recently, Korrine embarked on another journey, motherhood. She and her husband Jacob are savoring this new chapter in life with their daughter, Siler, and all the lessons she has to teach them. They are enjoying exploring the world at Siler’s pace, and are amazed at the wonder a tiny person has in the smallest of things.
Brianna is a native to the Inland Northwest, growing up in the rural parts of Spokane, Washington and later settling into North Idaho where she completed her baccalaureate in Psychology. Brianna spent many years working with children and adults with Developmental Disabilities.
Brianna came to Coeur d'Alene Healing Arts in 2015 seeking a change of lifestyle and betterment of health. She had always appreciated a more holistic approach to most things in life and felt right at home once inside the clinic. Brianna is grateful to have worked for Dr. Todd Schlapfer prior to his retirement and treasured the opportunity to be a part of the clinic's transition as the torch was passed to Dr. Hunter Peterson.
Brianna took an extended maternity leave after the birth of her son, Emery - who is an absolute joy, is full of life, and most importantly, energy. Brianna values time spent at home or anywhere outside as a family with her husband Ruger, son, and their dog, Honey. She also loves to practice yoga and meditation, work in her vegetable and flower gardens, paint, hike, cook, and pick wildflowers. She is delighted to be back at the clinic part-time as she has found a great love for guiding patients through their experience in holistic care with compassion and kindness.
Coeur d’Alene Healing Arts is also home to the following businesses:
Laura Sferra, LCPC, RYT
Holistic Counseling & Yoga Therapy
Laura is a licensed clinical counselor who has worked in the mental health field for the past twenty years. She became a registered yoga teacher in 2010 and she weaves the many benefits of yoga into the counseling experience.
Laura specializes in eating disorders and weight loss, in addition to general mental health concerns. She provides services for adolescents and adults. Most insurance plans are accepted.
Phone: (208) 659-5119 - call or text
Fax: (208) 667-5568
Monica Perrier, MA, LMP, HHP
Monica Perrier's career in Massage Therapy began at the age of four, and continued throughout her upbringing by trading back rubs with her many siblings.
In 1994 she graduated from a 1000-hour training program at Heartwood Institute (CA) as an Advanced Massage Therapist and a Holistic Health Practitioner. In addition she taught Massage Therapy at her alma mater for eight years and has obtained hundreds of hours of continuing education credits. Monica's passion and gifts in touch therapy have aided thousands of people in reducing stress, relieving pain, and treating injuries.
Monica holds a BA from Gonzaga University, and an MA in Psychology from The University of Santa Monica. With certificates from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Columbia University's Teacher's College, she also provides basic whole-foods nutritional coaching as The Good Food Nanny.
More information about Monica and her body therapies can be found at her website: www.massagecda.com
Phone: (208) 651-0598 - call or text
Dr. Craig Anglesey, DC
After 10 years in business, Anglesey Family Chiropractic has branched out to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho! This has been a goal for Dr. Craig since day one of opening his own practice in Spokane Valley, Wa. He is excited to bring the same quality full body chiropractic, deep tissue laser therapy, trigger point muscle therapy, nutritional counseling and much more to this new CDA office.
You can always reach Dr. Craig at (208) 929-0498 by text or call. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning.
Your Health Is Our Passion
Briana Crotinger, LMT
Briana is a licensed massage therapist who specializes in Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage and Therapeutic Massage. She graduated from Coeur d’Alene Massage School and then went on to receive her certificate in Prenatal Massage and Ashiatsu Massage. Her combined passion and work as an anatomical illustrator and teacher at the local massage school has given her a unique perspective on how to help the body heal.
Briana graduated from Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy and then went on to graduate from North Idaho College a year later. Since then, she has explored many avenues in life from cake decorating to illustration, finally landing on massage after an injury left her unable to walk without severe pain for two years. After massage and physical therapy got her back on her feet, she discovered a new passion for healing and reaching out to others in pain.
Shannon McNamara, LCSW, MSW
Certified Nutrition Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Wellness Coach
Shannon is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked in the mental health field with children, families, and individuals for the past nine years. She became a certified nutrition specialist and personal trainer in 2013; and a certified wellness coach in 2014. Shannon utilizes these diverse skills and knowledge to help clients overcome many challenges mentally and physically to achieve their ultimate well-being.
Shannon specializes in mood disorders, anxiety disorders; and overall mental and physical well-being. She provides services for adolescents and adults.
Phone: (208) 651-6501
Ty Rockwell, LMT
My journey into the healing arts began in college after a neck injury from an auto accident when I discovered relief from debilitating pain through Chiropractic and Massage Therapy.
After graduating from Western Washington University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts, I changed my career focus to Massage Therapy and graduated from Northwest Noetic School of Massage and Education in Spokane in 2004.
I have been in practice since 2005 and have worked throughout the Northwest in a variety of clinical settings including Naturopathic, Acupuncture and Chiropractic offices treating people of all ages.
When I am not in the clinic, I will most likely be found with my family, in my garden, or exploring the wilderness here in the beautiful Inland NW.
I offer a fusion of different modalities tailored to your needs including:
Medical Massage/ Injury Rehabilitation Treatments
Scar tissue treatment
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Prepaid cash discounts on packages are available as well as discounts to Veterans and Medicare patients for services. I do accept insurance for plans that cover Massage Therapy, and I will bill them as a courtesy, including Personal Injury Claims.
Currently I am a preferred provider for:
Regence/Blue Shield of Idaho
First Choice Health Network
I am honored to be part of the CDA Healing Arts team and look forward to serving you on the path to health and wellness!
Phone: (208) 576-4198 - call or text
Certified Colon Hydrotherapist
Phone: (208) 518-8530