Dr. Letitia (“Tish”) Dick-Kronenberg, ND
Dr. Letitia (“Tish”) Dick-Kronenberg, ND is our primary physician at Windrose.
Dr. Harold Dick’s daughter, Letitia, graduated from Eastern Washington University, magna cum laude with a BS in biology in 1985. She then attended the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and graduated with a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine in 1990. After a 3-year residency with Dr. Harold Dick, Dr. “Tish” became the clinic director of the oldest classical Naturopathic clinic in the United States. Windrose Naturopathic Clinic, now over 50 years in business, provides the ultimate in traditional Naturopathic care. This practice is a direct model of the clinical practice of Dr. O.G. Carroll which still sees some of Dr. Carroll’s patients. Dr. Letitia is an international speaker, author, and instructor of Naturopathic medicine. She is a past adjunct faculty at Bastyr University; instructing courses on constitutional hydrotherapy for 25 years. Dr. Letitia is co-founder of TheCarrollinstitute.org and continues to educate the next generation of Naturopathic Doctors.
Samantha (“Sammie”) Goletic, RN
Samantha (“Sammie”) was born and raised in Spokane, Washington. She graduated nursing school from Spokane Community Colleges in 2010, then continued her education to earn a Bachelors in Science of Nursing through Washington State University. She has previous nursing experience in neuroscience, surgery, and interventional gastroenterology.
“I am married to my awesome husband, Sandi, and we have two dogs (“fur-kids”) , Zoey and Sadie. I love spending time with my family and friends. I like crafting, especially macramé and jewelry making. I enjoy yoga, hiking, and traveling. I am extremely excited about joining the Windrose team. I have been drawn to natural medicine and believe that wellness is best achieved by incorporating the whole person, including body, mind, and spirit. I want to help patients feel empowered to be in control over their own health. I look forward to growing with Dr. Tish and her practice”.