Integrative ADHD Care
Carrie is dedicated to understanding ADHD brains in their many different presentations, and to be a voice of change in the narrative around ADHD.
Dr. Carrie McMillin knew she wanted to be a doctor ever since the age of 5. She began her medical training at a traditional medical school in Detroit, Michigan, but soon found that naturopathic medicine was more in line with her approach to helping patients. So she and her family moved to Seattle, where she completed her medical training at Bastyr University to become a naturopathic physician.
Carrie’s Philosophy of Medicine
A combination of a fascination with neuroscience along with navigating the world of ADHD and neurodivergence with her own family, led Dr. Carrie to create a practice specializing in working with people with ADHD and anxiety. She is passionate about helping children and adults gain control over their lives through accurate diagnosis and a better understanding of how their awesome brains work.
Education & Training
Bastyr University: Naturopathic Doctorate ND
Wayne State University School of Medicine; Student and Clinical Research Scientist
Oakland University: Bachelor’s of Science Degree
Are you sunrise, daylight, twilight, or night? Why?
Sunrise. I am always excited about what the day holds.
If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?
If I could combine the energy of my mid-twenties self with the wisdom,experience, and self-acceptance of my mid-forties self, that would be perfect! Otherwise I am see the benefits of every age and am happy with the journey.
If you were to geek out on something, what would you geek out on?
Neuroscience without a doubt! The science of sleep, neurodivergence, ADHD, and all the cool tools and techniques that are available to help. Also stickers, especially scratch and sniff ones.