About Dr. Mariah Mosley, ND
Resilience Naturopathic was founded with a mission to not only to provide an alternative to those who struggle with mental health conditions, but to improve the way mental and behavioral healthcare is delivered in America. Everyone in our office, from our expert team of naturopathic doctors to our staff, has a personal mission to change the world for the better. We firmly believe that the best way to change the world is through helping others be their very best, so that they can use their talents to improve the world as well. Our highest calling is to help you to heal using safe, effective natural therapies, so that you too can accomplish your highest calling in life.
Dr. Mariah Mosley, ND
Growing up in the Midwest, I had never heard of naturopathic medicine or homeopathy. Growing up in a conventional medicine-minded family who suffered greatly from chronic pain and mental illness (which brought immense stress and difficulties as a child), I didn’t think healing was even possible. “Grin and bear it” or “suffer through it” were our way of life, and there was no hope of healing. When I found naturopathic medicine, I was amazed. A type of medicine that offers HOPE, and then actually follows through and assists the body to heal itself? It seemed too good to be true! But when I started learning this medicine, and seeing the patients regain their lives and health back, I knew I would never go back to the allopathic way of thinking.
The moment I was sold on homeopathy was a personal one. I had a bad car crash in which my car was totaled, and it left me with severe anxiety in which I had panic attacks when driving, so I couldn’t drive more than 1-2 miles. It was debilitating to say the least. I tried everything, you name it, and couldn’t seem to get myself back to normalcy. The day my homeopathic doctor prescribed a remedy according to my particular symptoms, I drove over 25 miles without any anxiety whatsoever. Now this may not sound like the biggest deal to some, but as a woman who loves driving cars and lives in the country, it is an important one!
I get to hear success stories like this and much more on a daily basis with naturopathic medicine. Our medicine works, and I feel beyond blessed that God has placed me in this field where I get to help people get their lives back.”
Dr. Mariah Mosley is a licensed naturopathic doctor in Alaska, and in her practice she sees both children and adults. She works using the foundations of naturopathic medicine: find and remove the “root cause” of the issues (any obstacles to cure), support the body and provide what it needs to heal (nutrition, lifestyle, environment), and stimulate the vital force which will push the body to heal itself (this is where homeopathy comes in!). In her free time, Dr. Mosley enjoys hiking, fishing, camping by a fire, riding horses, reading one of her many books, visiting her family, and bargain shopping.
- Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
- Indiana University– Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
- Associate Doctor, Nature Cure Family Health,Tucson AZ
- Medical Assistant, Partners in Health, Lawrenceburg IN
- Alaska Naturopathic Physicians Association
- Naturopathic Medicine Institute
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.