Dr. Patricia Wolff

Connecting to the miraculous...


Cultivating wisdom & clarity...


Nourishing & healing

through nutritional,


and physical practices




When we know ourselves deeply and completely, and cultivate unconditional friendliness toward the entirety of who we are, we embark on this path of no self. Being connected to the enlightenment inherent in every cell of our bodies, and the support and wisdom always available, we awaken to our interconnectedness.




I am a healer, an elder, a modern-day medicine woman.

As a healer, I have faith in the well-being of each of us, and I see my role as believing in and holding space for your wellness and wholeness, even when you're feeling broken.

I've been honored to provide natural health care for women, children, and families for over 30 years. My focus is on an integrated exploration into the care of our bodies, minds, and spirits.

With my eclectic background in psychotherapy, psychology, homeopathy, Buddhism, and chiropractic, I use an intuitive and multi-faceted approach to wellness, accompanying each client on a unique journey toward greater health and well-being of body, mind, and heart. 

My practice and my home are in Carmel Valley, California, near the Carmel River.

Read more about my journey.


“There are only

two ways to live your life.

One is as though nothing is a miracle.

The other is as though

everything is a miracle.”


— Albert Einstein





Through community based meditation groups as well as Monterey Bay Zen Center and Monterey Bay Meditation Studio, I offer teaching focused on Buddhism, mindfulness, relationships, communication, and mind/body connection.


I offer somatic, mindfulness-based psychotherapy for couples, families, and individuals.


I practice gentle chiropractic and use applied kinesiology as part of my diagnostic protocol. I offer nutritional and herbal protocols, which help remove obstacles to healing and assist the body in repairing itself and finding its new equilibrium.


As a classically trained homeopath, I treat the patient, not just the illness. I see symptoms as the body's way of communicating. To make sense of these messages, we must look at the context in which the symptoms exist— our lives. We can then understand and address the emotional, spiritual, and environmental components.


“Each patient carries his own doctor inside him. They come to us not knowing that truth.

We are at our best when we give the doctor who resides within each patient a chance to go to work.”

— Albert Schweitzer





Meditation (Lay Zen Priest)

Compassionate Communication

B.S. Human Development, Cornell University

M.S. Counseling Psychology, Lesley College

Doctor of Chiropractic, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic

Marriage & Family Therapist 



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