Linda Brown, Naturopath

BHSc Complementary Med.
Adv. Dip. Naturopathy
Adv. Dip Herbal Med.
Adv. Dip Nutrition
Grad. DipPsychology

Professional Interests:
Mental health and happiness, Hormones
Food allergy
Thyroid and Adrenal fatigue


Linda has practiced clinical Nutrition and Naturopathy for over 13 years.  Linda combines a biomedical and holistic approach to health, with a special interest in mental health (primarily adult and young adults), in particular depression, anxiety, social anxiety, relationships and adjustment to life change.

Counseling is at the core of Linda’s Naturopathic practice.  She formalized this aspect of practice with a Graduate Diploma of Psychology in 2006, is currently pursuing further post-graduate psychology studies at Queensland University of Technology.

Biochemical imbalances have well-known influences on mental wellness, and nutrients play a key role in many.  Blood glucose levels, allergies and nutritional deficiencies are some of the most common factors in how we feel emotionally.

Linda seeks to treat all relevant aspects of wellness.  Some factors known to impact various conditions include:

  • Neurotransmitters (good brain chemistry)
  • Hormones (e.g. thyroid, adrenal, male and female)
  • Biochemical pathways (such as pyrroluria, histamine levels)
  • Food allergy and sensitivity (IgE, IgG and IgA for example)
  • Toxicity, such as heavy metals which alter brain function (lead, mercury or copper for example)
  • Thinking patterns, schemas and cognitive strategies
  • Relationships
  • Spirituality and philosophy

Linda writes about food, health and psychology in her blog ‘Spoonful’ at She invites you to enjoy the cooking videos and to request articles of interest if you wish.

Booking Details:

If you book in to see Linda for a Naturopathic appointment, she will ask you to fill out a Novella-sized Questionnaire – this is to glean a session’s worth of information before you even start. 

Linda will also request (or even beg) you to bring or send through any previous medical investigations for your initial appointment – even if they are a few years old.  You can call your medical clinic and ask for printed copies of blood results – most clinics prefer that you pick these up in person.

To make an appointment with Linda click here
(Health fund rebates are available)