Washington Institute of Natural Medicine


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Silver Spring

Georgia Ave.
In the heart of Silver Spring

Silver Spring Location

25th St.

Baltimore Treatment Office
Catonsville, MD Location (In the Baltimore Region)

Baltimore Lobby
Catonsville, MD Location (In the Baltimore Region)

Olney, MD Locations

Office of Victoria Goldsten
Office of Victoria Goldsten

Treatment Space for Victoria Goldsten
Treatment Space for Victoria Goldsten

Office of Pam Taylor
Office of Pam Taylor

Treatment space for Pam Taylor
Treatment space for Pam Taylor

Bethesda, MD Location

Bethesda Entrance
Bethesda Entrance

Bethesda Treatment Room
Bethesda Treatment Room

Bowie, MD Location

Bowie Treatment Space
Bowie Treatment Space

Frederick Location

Frederick Entrance
Frederick Entrance

Frederick Treatment Room
Frederick Treatment Room


(301) 538-9540
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Clients scheduled by appointment only.

To schedule an appointment in Maryland contact our main office in Washington DC at (202) 237 - 7681 or fill out a request online.


Natural Health Exam
Natural Health Therapies
Holistic Training
Certificate Classes


Practitioners available in Maryland

See our many Complementary and Alternative Medicine Nursing Providers

Olney Location
BK Mudahar, L. Ac.
Licensed Acupuncturist

Olney, Silver Spring, and Bowie
Beth Adams, RN, BSN
Natural Health Care Nurse
Registered Nurse 
Holistic Health Care Practitioner

Olney and Silver Spring
Victoria Goldsten, CH, LMT, LPN, BSN
Certified Complementary and Alternative Medicine Nurse
Certified Nursing Herbology
Certified Health Educator
Certified Natural Health Practitioner
Maryland Licensed Nurse, Natural Health Care Nurse
Homeopathic Nurse
Certified Contemporary Homeopathy
Maryland State Licensed Massage Therapist
Board Certified: American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Clinical Supervisor

Olney and Silver Spring
Annette Fombu, DNP, FNP-BC, AFMCP-IFM
DNP: Doctor of Nursing Practice
FNP-BC: Family Nurse Practitioner, Board certified (Maryland)
AFMCP- IFM: Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice
Holistic and Natural Health Care Nurse

Silver Spring and Olney
Rev. Jo AnnGrace Harley, CNA, GNA, CHHP, NT
Master Teacher Practitioner of Divine Anointed Touch
Ordained Minister, Licensed Personal and Geriatric Care Provider
Nursing Technician, Certified Holistic Health Care Practitioner

Silver Spring
Anna Pritchard, RN, LMT
Maryland Registered Nurse
Maryland Licensed Massage Therapist

Silver Spring
Amber P. Davis, RMP
Registered Massage Practitioner

North Bethesda and Silver Spring
Liza Borodkin
Energy Work Practitioner

Silver Spring and Olney
David McCrady
Certified Reiki Practitioner

Silver Spring and Olney
Linda Khanzetian, CHHP, CRM, CNC
Certified Health Educator
Certified Holistc Health Practitioner

Severna Park, Olney, and Silver Spring
Erin Oneill
Spiritual and Healh Coach

Silver Spring
Tammy Waters

Silver Spring
Akeema Bichali, CHHP
Registered Health Educator

Silver Spring, and Olney
Erin Oneill, PM, CHC
Psychic Medium, Certified Health Coach

Nadia Faucher, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist

Pam Taylor, RMP
Registered Massage Practitioner

Jandel Benjamin, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist


Natural Health Exam

Components of the Exam
Oriental Visual Observation Client Teaching
Oriental Pulse Reading Biofield Energy Evaluation
Hara (Abdominal energy) Study Natural Remedy Testing
Client History Review Kinesiology
Oriental Tongue Observation Nursing Problem Identification
Iridology (Iris Study) Homeopathic Constitutional Review

The Naturopathic Exam lasts between one and two hours depending upon the severity of the complaint. This exam does not use conventional medicine diagnostic techniques. It uses theories brought to us from the orient and europe. If you need a medical diagnosis please consult your physician.

Download MD Forms: Consultation Sheet | Client Questionaire

Setting up an appointment

Natural Health Therapies

Natural Health Therapies
Acupressure Guided Imagery Spiritual Counseling
Touch Therapy (Reiki) Neural Therapy Nutrional Consultations
Magnetic Therapy Life Coaching Visualization Therapy


Natural Health Care Training Program


Olney, Maryland



Victoria K. Goldsten, HD, BSN, CMT, LPN

Training Site:
Potomac Massage Training Institute
8380 Colesville Rd #600
Silver Spring, MD 20910
(301) 538-9540

Administrative office:
3701 Connecticut Ave., N.W. #1
Washington, D.C. 20008
(202) 237-7681

Victoria K. Goldsten, HD

Approved Clinical Site for the:
American Naturopathic and Holistic Association
US School of Naturopathy
Holistic Services Agency
First National University

The Institute teaches a certificate program in Holistic Health/Naturopathy in Maryland.

The Maryland Higher Education Commission has determined that the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine is exempt from MHEC approval authority.



The Washington Institute of Natural Medicine strives to help its participants understand the true meaning of health by offering them a holistic view of health care. The Institute encourages the participant to seek a fitting response to the human condition through natural healing modalities. The Institute strives to investigate the true meaning of health and its deep connection with nature. Through its investigation, it will evaluate the elements of knowledge in the natural health care arena. The Institute will critically study the basic principals of Natural Health Care and seek to improve its components.

Objectives and Statement of Purpose

  • To offer participants a quality experience in Natural Health Care with emphasis on the clinical rotation.
  • To offer clinical and laboratory supervisors appropriately educated in natural health care.
  • To form a professional organization that promotes and maintains levels of excellence.
  • To implement and maintain a system of evaluation of natural health care practitioners.
  • To provide a network of communication to natural health care students and instructors of the institution.
  • To promote cooperation between all natural health care interns and supervisors.
  • To set standards commensurate with public expectations and needs.
  • To serve as a liaison with other professional associations.
  • To create competent, thoughtful, ethical, and compassionate health professionals.

Director/Supervisor: Holistic Care, Homeopathy, Herbology, Energy Work

Victoria Goldsten, HD, CMT, LPN, BSN

Disclaimer: This course, independently, does not lead to employment. Prior certifications in natural health care are required before admission.

The Institute teaches a certificate program in Holistic Health/Naturopathy in Maryland.

The Maryland Higher Education Commission has determined that the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine is exempt from MHEC approval authority.


The requirements for the completion of the program in Naturopathy/Holistic Health are a minimum of 1000 hours of hands-on experience.


General Education Credits or the equivalent experiential learning are requirements for entry into the program. Fulfillment of these requirements demonstrates that the applicant has achieved specialized and general knowledge and has acquired motivation and potential for life-long learning.

To meet the General Education Requirements in order to enter the Program, an applicant must possess ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

Bachelors Degree, plus two years specialized professional experience,
Associate of Arts Degree, plus four years specialized professional experience,
Six years of work or life experience,
Any combination of the above,

certification in one or more of the following:



Holistic Health Care


Complementary Care

a course in Anatomy and Physiology.

Curriculum Outline


The Washington Institute of Natural Medicine offers a broad overview of natural remedies and therapies within its program. This program offers a hands-on component that will augment the classroom experience gained at other institutions.

The 1000 hours of supervised clinical training is completed in approximately 130 weeks. This is based upon the student participating in seven hours and forty-five minutes of clinical per week.

The program will cover the following core components based upon the needs of the clients in the clinical setting:

  • Client Consultation Procedures - case taking, client intake, interview, and history taking.
  • Treatment of common ailments and diseases through homeopathy, herbology, and aromatherapy.
  • Anatomy and physiology review as related to each case.
  • Bio-energy field evaluation – the assessment of electro-magnetic energy produced by the client.
  • Iridology practice – the study of the iris.
  • pH testing - for diet assessment.
  • Oriental observation of the tongue, skin, and pulse – the study of oriental energy (chi) produced by the client.

Additional Classes

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