Blending her skills as a trained psychotherapist, a classical homeopath, and a Doctor of Chiropractic, Patricia Wolff has been practicing in the field of natural health care for women and children for over 30 years. Her focus is on an integrated exploration into the care of our bodies, minds and spirits.

Patricia's journey began with the study of psychology at Cornell University, and she earned an MS and MFT in 1977. As a psychotherapist, she worked with children and families in a community mental health setting.

Realizing that the realm of the psychological does not address the whole person, she enrolled in Chiropractic school at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and in 1982 received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

In 1985, Patricia embarked on her study of homeopathy at the National Center for Homeopathy, and has studied with many internationally renowned homeopaths since 1987.

Patricia was lay ordained in 1995 and given Lay Entrustment in 2010 at the Monterey Bay Zen Center by Katherine Thanas and also offers Buddhist psychotherapy focused on relationships, communication and mind/body connections. Her longtime meditation and yoga practice has deeply influenced her work. Patricia lives in Carmel Valley with her husband and pets.


B.S. Human Development, Cornell Univeristy

M.S. Counseling Psychology, Lesley College

Doctor of Chiropractic, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic

Marriage & Family Therapist

Certificate of Zen Ministry

Training in Nutrition, Homeopathy

Meditation, Non-Violent Communication



Member, National Center for Homeopathy

Member, Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Member, Lay Zen Teachers Association

Board of Directors, Monterey Bay Zen Center

Teaching Council, Monterey Bay Zen Center

Invited Teacher, Monterey Bay Meditation Studio