001. Klearman, E. (ND NCNM 2004-ish) states in "Naturopathic Medicine":
002. so, let me help out:
002.a. the Oregon school she graduated from, NCNM clearly states in "Principles of Healing":
Note: the premise is essentially supernatural, yet the college is of "natural" medicine supposedly 'science-based'.
002.b. the Oregon '.gov' Board that oversees NDs clearly states in "Naturopathy":
Pseudoprofessionalism means claimed to meet professional ethical standards but doesn't.
Pseudoscience means claimed as science when not.
Note: this is entertaining?
This ND couldn't honestly communicate 'the underlying central ND belief' [which basically is that the 'underlying cause of physiology is a purposeful life spirit' figmentation], yet, this ND claims she will find the 'underlying cause' for the diagnosis known as insomnia.
This ND seemingly cannot distinguish, as NCNM and OBNE cannot either, between a scientific fact and an article of faith that has been science-ejected, for, generously, several decades -- but, more like a few hundred years.
I, therefore, have no confidence in the 'actual causality sensitivity' of NDs, since science is meaningless in their world.