Collin Campbell, L.Ac graduated PCOM with an extra 2700 hours of clinical experience under the tutelage of two senior professors: Frank Scott, L.Ac, Academic Dean at Pacific College, and Marie France Collin, L.Ac, Department Chair for Acupuncture at PCOM. He was a senior intern in the Chicago Veteran's clinic and was a co-founder of the oncology clinic at KMF Acupuncture. He is the first diplomat of the Institute of Classical East Asian Medicine to be rewarded clinical fellowship. He is also an assistant instructor of the Chicago branch of ICEAM under the direction of his teacher, Stephen Bonzak, L.Ac, and under the mentorship of ICEAM's founder Dr. Arnaud Versluys, L.Ac. Though Collin is a skilled acupuncturist, his real passion is the study and practice of classical Chinese herbology. His areas of special interest are dermatology and men's health issues. Outside of work, Collin enjoys riding his bike and hiking the Indiana Dunes with his wife and dog.





Nathan Paulus uses a combination of Shiatsu, Tui Na (Chinese massage), Acupressure and Trigger point therapy (myofascial structural work) in his sessions.   His strong ability to sense and move energy come from long standing Yoga and Tai Chi practice.   Sessions usually favor either a deeper connection to the subtle body, or rehabilitating the muscular body and structural issues.  The treatments almost always include some form of Yoga for diagnosis, treatment positions, homework and self-care.  Nathan is a believer in an individual’s capacity for self-healing, rather than relying on the notion of being “fixed” by someone else.  His treatments are designed to improve and compliment the process of self- healing.

Nathan strongly believes in teaching his clients how to care for themselves, how to make simple interventions effective in improving their lives.  His treatments are dynamic, and have been described as “half science and half magic.”  Nathan is effective at meeting clients with where they are at and working towards a common goal.  

Kim Vachon is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who provides therapy to individuals, couples and families. Kim’s areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, coping with trauma, and addressing issues that stem from relationships, work and stressful transitions. Kim holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Lawrence University.

Kim’s therapeutic philosophy is based on a psychodynamic perspective and incorporates a holistic worldview where mindfulness and awareness of mind and body help to facilitate change. The focus of her therapy is to bring awareness to patterns that may be negatively impacting the client’s life and to discover how the relationship with others and his or herself influences thoughts, emotions and behaviors. These therapy sessions are offered in a private room and may occur weekly or on an as needed basis. 



Emmy Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor with over 8 years of experience.  She has worked in a wide variety of settings from homeless shelters to a group private practice. Emmy earned her MSW from the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago and completed her clinical internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She specializes in working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, stress and life transitions.

Emmy utilizes a client-centered, eclectic approach to therapy, drawing from both psychodynamic and behavioral theories. She believes you are the expert on your life and views therapy as a collaborative process between the therapist and client. Emmy has a particular interest helping people slow down and figure out ways to more fully engage in the life they are already living by integrating mindfulness when she can. When addressing mental health concerns, Emmy believes it is imperative to acknowledge the mind-body connection, and is excited to join the team at Five Point Holistic Health, where she can collaborate with practitioners of other disciplines to help individuals on their journey to improve both their physical and mental health.