Diane L. Victor, N.P.
Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner & Life Coach
I, Diane, am a Mother of three, Grandmother of six, and now a Great Grandmother of three! My life has been and continues to be full and ultimately ever changing! So with a smile on my face and a strong purpose in life, I invite you to also iive your life fully with a Higher Consciousness of Well-Being.
Diane Victor’s passion for naturopathic wellness began over 40 years ago — a result of her own life experiences. Two main things happened to begin her journey. First she was told that she needed a partial hysterectomy, and when that did not work and other symptoms persisted, she ended up in the hospital again. The prognosis was that she would be on medication for the rest of her life. Something in her said no it doesn’t have to be that way! So Inspired from Within, but at the time having no idea what would work, her research began, what would work…? The process of healing included dietary & lifestyle changes, and she began to Meditate … Thus her life began to change and within one year she was off medication and continues to be free of prescription drugs to this day. Does this mean she has never taken an aspirin throughout all these years, no, but it is so infrequent that she probably could count on two hands how often it has been. This was the beginning of her life shifting into a healthier state of body and mind through her opening her spiritual self thus integrating her life purpose of: Living and expanding in a State of Conscious Well-Being. Diane’s experience of this is, “A true process of healing is not about being perfect, however it is about being sincere and learning to Love Yourself, Accept Yourself as well as to Love and Accept All. Ultimately this is what brings Peace not only for yourself but for all.”
First certified as a Massage Therapist, Diane expanded her work to include certifications in Behavior Therapy, NLP & Beyond, Darkfield Microscopy, Doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy, Phlebotomy and has been Initiated into The Five Elements. She earned her Certification (Doctorate) of Naturopathy from the Trinity School of Natural Health, and has been recognized as an expert in the field of Darkfield Microscopy. Her true education though, has come from many years of experience, research and Spiritual Wisdom. This inspiration ultimately led to her research, including a clinical double blind study on EMF radiation.
As an accomplished public speaker, Diane leads Wellness Workshops, gives talks on different aspects of wellness, and conducts individual nutritional, energetic and life coaching sessions. Since 1993, Diane’s expertise has matured and assisted a diverse client base, providing nutritional, emotional, energetic and Wise counseling to meet the needs of most clinical and non-clinical aspects of wellness.
Diane is located in Ashland Oregon and sees clients both in Southern California and Ashland.
For questions, to schedule an appointment, or to sign up for a talk or wellness workshop, please call Diane. Diane is also available for speaking engagements. For booking information, call Diane at:
The Nonprofits Diane supports
All It Takes is a registered non-profit organization that cultivates leadership through active individual and team training. Their youth leadership programs teach young people at a critical life stage to practice and honor: acceptance, compassion and respect in order to create sustainable, positive change among their peers, family members, society and the environment. Diane has assisted many times in the Leadership Weekends for middle school age students and was on the Board until just recently though she continues to support their organization.
Diane is a member of the SQ Foundation. The SQ Foundation is a registered, non-profit (501c3), tax-deductible organization. They provide food, medicine, water, education, shelter and more to children, adults, animals and communities in need around the World. Over the years they have supported projects in 13 countries worldwide, working with organizations and passionate leaders who are often overlooked by larger institutions, and where a relatively small amount of funds go a long way.
With each new project they support, they aim to achieve the five human values of Love, Peace, Truth, Right Conduct and Non Violence. They operate with this intent and support projects that empower communities with long-lasting and self-sustaining impact through skills-training, and education, thus stimulating safe environments.