One-On-One Sessions

Dr. Chris, ND works with patients one- on-one; however there is an application process to be approved as a patient. If approved, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment. Dr. Chris has written “Beyond the Label: 10 Steps to Improve your Mental Health with Naturopathic Medicine” that is highly recommended. In addition, she has created a course that we encourage people to take  If you like to be added to the wait list, please first apply to be a patient using the form below.

Apply to be a Patient


In Canada, naturopathic health care is provincially regulated – as such, it may prove challenging for Dr. Chris, ND to help you one on one depending on where you reside, along with tele-medicine rules and regulations. Given these rules, Dr. Chris, ND may be unable to consult patients who reside in a province where Naturopathic Medicine is regulated (note: not all provinces are regulated which makes it complicated). Currently, the naturopathically regulated provinces are British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatechewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. If you reside in one of these provinces, please reach out to their provincial associations (google them) or the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors to find an ND near you. Dr. Chris, ND can offer to consult with your Naturopathic Doctor for a fee if needed.

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Callingwood Professional Building 200-6650 177St NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J5

Thank you for your submission!

Due to the high demand of Dr. Bjorndal ND, new patients must apply.

Dr. Bjorndal only accepts patients with a high commitment level and specific health issues. Please fill out the form and a staff member will be in contact with you to schedule with her, or with another doctor that will be better suited for your needs.

It may take us several weeks to review and decide on your submission. Upon decision, if you are accepted as a new patient it may take up to 2 months to receive a consult time.

You understand that if you are accepted as a patient, Dr. Chris may refer you to another clinician. Acceptance is not a guarantee of treatment and continued care.