At Denver Integrative Health, the relationship between the practitioner and the client is of utmost importance. We believe the body has the inherent ability to heal itself and we aim to give it the tools to do so. We focus on the whole person and not merely the symptoms of the disease. Our recommendations are informed by evidence and we make use of a number of therapeutic approaches and disciplines to achieve optimal health and healing for our clients. By combining proven practices from various disciplines, we are able to relieve suffering, reduce stress, maintain well-being and enhance the resilience of our clients.
We use a combination of nutritional recommendations, supplements, lifestyle changes and homeopathic remedies in our health programs, and base these recommendations on the individual person’s need.

An initial consultation lasts about 1.5 hours and consists of a client’s history, which includes questions about themselves and their lifestyle. Physical, mental and emotional aspects of the client are examined, as well as various available tests and blood work results. Based on this information, a health program consisting of dietary recommendations, supplements, Bach remedies and a homeopathic remedy is created.


Nina McNamara Bsc. CCH

Nina graduated from The University of Westminster (London, UK) with an honors degree in health sciences and complementary therapies, specializing in Homeopathy. She has a diploma in Classical Homeopathy from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, Alonnisos, Greece. She has worked extensively in South Africa, Canada and the United States in homeopathic pharmacies and laboratories. In both Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles, California she managed and practiced in a natural health center and clinic. She is a member of the National Center of Homeopathy and the North American Society of Homeopaths. She has studied with homeopathic masters George Vithoulkas, Rajan Sankaran, Eliza Timmerman, Luc De Schepper and Sheila Creasy.

Shelley Lazear LCSW

Shelley has over thirty years of proving counseling and consulting services to individuals, couples, and organizations. She has the ability to reach out and discover the needs of her clients, pinpoint the key issues, and develop strategies to address them. Her training is comprehensive and ongoing, whether as a therapist, coach or consultant. Shelley's experience has been broad based and allows her to provide a range of services, from counseling individuals and couples to coaching people on how to achieve their goals to consulting on workplace issues with organizations. Shelley has been married to her husband Ken for 23 years and they have 2 children. Alex and Jake.

Masters in Social Work, The Ohio State University 1985
Bachelors in Social Work, The Ohio State University 1978
Graduate Level Courses, Labor and Human Resources, The Ohio State University
Alcohol Counseling and Assessment, Maryhaven Inc., Columbus, OH
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Certification