About Dr. Rague
Dr. Margaret Rague trained at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine, where she graduated magna cum laude Phi Kappa Phi with a doctoral degree in naturopathic medicine. She also
studied psychology at Vassar College, where she was a Matthew Vassar Scholar, Wesleyan University and the University of California at Berkeley, where she was a Rosanette Chesley Scholar and a Bella Zellerbach Cross Scholar. Her passion is to help others heal using noninvasive measures that rely upon the body's natural healing process.
Prior to becoming a naturopathic doctor, Dr. Rague graduated from New York University School of Law and practiced business, constitutional and international human rights law for many
years. These experiences honed her analytical skills, compassion for others and ability to offer meaningful counseling in difficult and challenging situations. It is now her great joy to have the honor to participate in the healing process of her patients.
Dr. Rague speaks intermediate level Spanish and French. Her most recent publication is her book St. John's Wort and Depression, The Magic of Science, copyright 2011. She also authors a monthly column on naturopathic medicine in The Hour (Norwalk, CT).
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