Meet Additional Providers
Located in Our Building
Please note: Providers located on this page are not part of Eastside Natural Medicine, thus, have different contact information.
Meet Jon-Paul Boisvert, EAMP
P: 425.243.3613 || email@example.com
Hello and thank you for taking the time to explore my practice nestled within Eastside Natural Medicine.
For appointments or inquiries, please phone 425.243.3613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. I am credentialed with most major insurance plans. Please contact your insurance provider to confirm benefits.
I’m dedicated to providing you with a personalized approach to address your unique healthcare needs. My areas of specialty include the treatment of anxiety, digestive disorders, pain management, and women’s health.
I possess substantial expertise with conditions such as:
Pain (Back, Neck, Joint)
Women’s Health (Menstrual Irregularities, Endometriosis, PCOS, etc.)
Preconception & Fertility (all genders)
Digestive Disturbances (Constipation, IBS, Celiac, etc.)
Lactation & Postpartum Concerns
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Rehabilitation
Pregnancy-related Conditions (Breech Presentation, Nausea, Heartburn, Oedema, etc.)
Labor Preparation and Stimulation
Weakened Immune System
I hold a degree from Bastyr University and I’m proudly associated with the American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA), certified by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture (NCCAOM), and a member of the Washington East Asian Medical Association (WEAMA). Prior to opening Sound Point Acupuncture, I was the clinic manager and co-owner of Eastside Natural Medicine for the past decade.
Beyond the realm of acupuncture, my passions involve skiing with my son, boating, fishing, playing ice hockey (go Kraken!), camping, cooking, woodworking and exploring new destinations whenever possible.
Should you seek insights on acupuncture and its suitability for your specific concerns, please don’t hesitate to connect with me. I’m happy to answer your questions:
Voice Message: 425.243.3613 Email: email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you!
Meet Kim Kelly, ND, RN
To contact or schedule with Dr. Kim Kelly, please call 206-361-0346. Her support staff can assist you with your questions.
Dr. Kelly has been in practice since 1990 after graduating from Bastyr University as a Naturopath and Midwife. Prior to Bastyr, she graduated from the University of Kansas as a Registered Nurse and worked as a critical care burn nurse both at the University of Kansas Medical Center and at Harborview.
After attending births for 10 years, Dr. Kelly stopped practicing midwifery and has concentrated all of her time on her naturopathic practice. She practices general family medicine addressing both acute and chronic issues, with a special interest in pediatrics, nutrition, and women’s health care.
She was previously voted as one of Seattle’s Top Docs in Seattle Magazine.
Dr. Kelly is married with 3 boys. She enjoys staying active and spending time with her family.
To schedule with Dr. Kim Kelly, please call her administrative line at 206-361-0346. Her support staff can answer all scheduling, insurance, and billing questions at that number
Andrea Henderson, LM, CPM,
Certified Professional Midwife
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
I wanted to be a “doctor who delivers babies” since I was young, “a calling” some would say. As a child, I did not know what a Midwife was, but I have always been interested in pregnant people, birth, babies and breastfeeding. I started my midwifery journey at Central Washington University, working towards a BS in Pre-Midwifery, a degree that I helped to develop with my advisors. I continued my education at the Seattle Midwifery School, earning a certificate in midwifery. Upon graduation, I enjoyed catching hundreds of babies while working at the Puget Sound Birth Center located in Kirkland, WA and the Eastside Birth Center located in Bellevue, WA. Additionally, I am an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and postpartum doula.
After having my own babies, with very little family around, I realize the need for quality postpartum support, which can come in the form of postpartum doula care. With over 16 years of experience of caring for families with newborns, I have the experience and qualities to provide the highest quality of postpartum doula care. For more information on hiring a postpartum doula, please see our Postpartum Doula Services page.
I nursed all three of my own children, two of whom are twins. Having breastfeed one baby, then experiencing some difficulties while breastfeeding twin newborns, I understand the potential breastfeeding hurdles families may face. I offer breastfeeding consultations in our office. For more information on having a lactation consultation please see our Lactation Consultation Services page.
I genuinely love my career as a Midwife, Lactation Consultant and Postpartum Doula. Outside of raising my own children and having a family, I have discovered that there is nothing I would rather do than assist families during the miraculous time of Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum. As a provider, it is my responsibility to empower families through individualized education and support as well as to safeguard the birth experience while recognizing the normalcy of the entire process. My first child was born at home in the care of midwives. This home birth was an amazing experience that strengthened my understanding of the precious time surrounding birth. My twins were born in a hospital. Both of my births have been beneficial life experiences. Having birthed in both home and hospital settings has been beneficial to me as a provider, expanding my personal knowledge so I can relate more fully to clients and their own experiences. My experiences have deepened my understanding of how valuable and essential the quality of care is that Licensed Midwives, Lactation Consultants and Postpartum Doulas provide. I am deeply committed to this holistic model, which includes one-on-one care with a dedication to respect and dignity.
Sadie Whitten, MSM, LM, CPM
Certified Professional Midwife
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to “help pregnant people”. To learn what that meant for me was where my journey to become a midwife began.
The Pacific Northwest is where I call home. I spent four years in Boise, Idaho, where I attended Boise State University for my undergrad. There, I received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and a minor in Spanish. I had the opportunity to intern at a hospital in San Ramón, Costa Rica during a summer studying abroad. There, I observed my first births as well as volunteer for the local milk bank. I soon realized that I felt passionate towards serving families during this transition into parenthood and giving birthing parents the right of autonomy during their pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
My journey to midwifery continued when I decided to apply to midwifery school. I graduated from Bastyr University and received a Master’s of Science in Midwifery. For my Master’s track, I chose to emphasize my studies in Botanical Medicine. This was an extensive two-year training that has helped develop my passion towards the use of herbs during pregnancy, labor, and postpartum. During my time as a student-midwife, I was able to apprentice with Northshore Midwives and Lactation as well as with Eastside Midwives. Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with many families in the greater Puget Sound region. It is my devotion to serve families with inclusive, evidence-based, and individualized care during their childbearing year.
Outside from midwifery, you can find me crafting, hammocking, and out finding adventure while wearing my Tevas.
Caroline Sausler, LM, CPM (she/her)
Certified Professional Midwife
Licensed Midwife, Certified Professional Midwife
I first became interested in midwifery during a college anthropology course, when I watched a documentary about a homebirth practice in New York City. I thought to myself, this job looks amazing! A few years later, I attended a couple of births as a doula, and since then I knew birthwork would be a part of my life. Midwifery has been a beautiful balance of clinical skills and emotional connection for me that I find incredibly fulfilling.
I am originally from Maryland, and then attended New York University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. After college I moved out to Seattle, fell in love with the Pacific Northwest, and now call it home. A few years later I graduated from Birthwise Midwifery School. As a student-midwife I was fortunate to apprentice with seven different practices, including Northshore Midwives, and was able to learn from a wide array of practice styles.
I consider it an honor to work with all pregnant people and their families. It is my priority as a midwife to provide clients with evidence-based information so they can make their own informed choices about their healthcare. As part of the LGBTQIA+ community, I know the gaps that exist in our healthcare system firsthand, and am passionate about working with LGBTQIA+ clients and their families to help them feel safe and heard.
In my spare time I enjoy reading a good book and going for hikes with my partner Chris and our dog.