Carolyn Bernstein, N.P.
We have the power to reduce our risk of illness and treat chronic disease by the choices we make everyday.
Carolyn Bernstein is an Integrative Nurse Practitioner who has worked with women going through breast cancer for the past ten years. Her career in health began at age 14 when she volunteered as a candy striper at Newton Wellesley Hospital. As a child of a social worker and physician she was always steeped in conversation about health + medicine. At UW Madison, she studied sociology and did research on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. She trained as a Doula and read everything she could about health, wellness, and nutrition. She helped open the clinic at Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UCSF and facilitated programs in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. Carolyn trained as a Nurse Practitioner at UCSF and laid a foundation for her practice while working as an Emergency Room nurse. Carolyn has studied herbs and loves to make her own medicine and teach others to do so.
Carolyn believes we have the power to impact our risk of disease and treat chronic disease by the choices we make everyday; The food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe, and our thoughts and environment play a huge role in our health. Carolyn is a mother to three daughters, loves arts and crafts, being in nature, travel and learning about health and wellness.