Mercy Alternative Health - Alternative Natural Resources • Mercy Healing Center

Meet Our Board of Directors!

Felicity Erdmann RN, Alumni CCRN, Research RN UWMC,
Organizer and President.

30 years experience in varying areas of medicine with major focus in alternative healing methods.

Bernadette Carter
Bachelor of Sciences, Seattle Pacific University
Advertising and Marketing

Mary Olson - Vice President - Protocol for Psoriasis Studies
Employed by Western University in Bellingham, WA,  
Clinical, Nutritional and Master Herbalist degrees from the 
School of Natural Healing in Springville, Utah 
Mary specializes in the area of skin disorders, i.e., psoriasis and eczema.
Click on "My Story" to read about Mary's experience

Luke Israel - BA in Business Administration, 
Accounting Certificate 2013 Assist. Manager @ Rite Aid Corporation
10 yr. goals:  CPA for non profit charities and foundations based on kindness and goodness for our planet.

Meet our Associates !

Lovely C. Laban NP-C MSN Clinical Director
Received her Masters of Nursing degree
at the University of California, Los Angeles. 
Nationally Certified in Gerontology; she studied the aging process in depth, and applies this knowledge to treat the effects that aging has on the skin. Her Nursing Degree is from Seattle Pacific University.

Mary Shipp, Mercy Healing Center Vice PresidentMary Shipp
Recently Director of Patient Services (Hospice Care of Kansas) 
"Through the years I have always used many extra hours to do a job that I love......taking care of the elderly."

Daisie Kallop - Assistant Manager & Consultant
Licensed Massage Therapist for over 33 years.
Innumerable private clients

Raoul Montoya 
Manager of Acadia Massage Health Center
along  with Daisie Kallop

Jeanne Peters
Public Relations

Alan Hernandez 
BA: Native American Studies, Reservation Based Community Determined Program,
The Evergreen State College, 2008
AA: Landscape Design & Maintenance,
Edmonds Community College, 1996


Psoriasis Research 
Documentation Center
Soap Lake, Eastern WA 

In honor of Mercy Apostol, a dynamic caring individual with severe Psoriasis, whose life eventually ended due to the sequela of psoriatic arthritis.