Aiden Seraphim learned early on that his deep desire to help others was a little different. From a young age, when he saw people suffering, he recognized that even the most heartbreaking circumstances could be transformed with a generous dose of hope and healing. It was this desire to help people become whole that first drew him to study at Evergreen State College for a bachelor’s degree in Multicultural Counseling. He then chose to study Classical Chinese Medicine at The National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, graduating with high honors and a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine.
From there he worked with homeless youth struggling with a host of traumas and addictions, and while they responded well to his gentle and compassionate presence, he realized they needed more. They needed a modality that could bring healing to them as whole people, something that could help them mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually all at once.
As one of Aiden’s clients, you’ll benefit from his love of learning. He participates in continuing education, so he’s always on top of developments in the world of Holistic Medicine. He completed a year long Master Healer program focusing on Five Element theory and essential oils in healing trauma and mental/emotional challenges in 2017.
He has undergone extensive nutritional training using a whole food plant based approach. Aiden spent years practicing and learning meditation as well as shamanic healing techniques and energy healing approaches. His thirst for understanding and passion for healing also spur his commitment to personal growth. Aiden completed his Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Health Sciences in December 2020.
While not working with his clients, you might find him meditating, participating in a spiritual community, attending meditation retreats, traveling the world, enjoying nature, and cooking healthy food.