Dr. Jason Way, ND.
I grew up in Northern Virginia near the north entrance of Shenandoah National Park. I grew up with a more natural/holistically centered mom and homeopathy was one of those tools we often used before anything else. In college I originally intended to be a wildlife biologist or scientist of some form, but after some major life events (one being my father’s health crisis) – I felt drawn to do something more directly to help people and shifted my focus towards medicine. If you ask me today what I want to be when I grow up, I still don’t have a great answer – but I have found the most meaning through helping families navigate and heal from PANS and PANDAS and I am grateful to be able to do this work.
At Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ (now Sonoran University for Health Sciences) I started shadowing homeopathy shifts as early as I was allowed (once I found out I was able to). At first it was because I wanted to work with people faster and feel like I was doing more than sitting in a classroom – but then I started to see just what homeopathy could do. I started to see a pattern, that when on other clinical rotations the doctors and students weren’t sure what to do, or their best efforts failed – they tended to refer people to the homeopathy shift. I realized quickly how impactful homeopathy could be (and how difficult it could sometimes be). That helped me realize that I needed to spend as much time as possible learning it well – and I made sure to be actively participating in a homeopathy clinical shift at all times (and eventually be a teaching assistant for the homeopathy classes).
Before joining Resilience Naturopathic, I emphasized my practice around digestive concerns, chronic infection and autoimmune conditions. That experience gave me direct experience of what does and doesn’t work – and through the process I kept returning to Homeopathy as what was having the most meaningful impact to help people heal and get their health back.
I currently live in Sonoma County, California – I spend all of my free time with my family. We’re either homeschooling, hiking, reading books, exploring the coast or the redwoods, riding bikes or whatever other craft/game/etc the kids are most into at the moment.
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University – Bachelor in Biological Sciences
- Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
- Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians
What Patients are Saying
Dr. Bahr is an amazing individual and a great doctor. Her knowledge is built on a foundation of genuine warmth and care for others. Her ability to support those in their healing process, physically, mentally, and emotionally, is hard to find in the medical community. As a patient, I felt like she connected with me heart to heart, she displayed her compassion both in character and poise, and she asked the questions other doctors had dismissed in order to find the reason why I was feeling the way I was. Her intuition is impeccable. I felt like she continually sought to understand me as a whole person and to formulate a treatment that was unique for me. She also explained what was happening within my body and how the treatment she was implementing would help address the cause for the imbalance I was experiencing.