Dr. Blyden-Taylor has combined clinical practice, service, teaching and academia for most of her career. She taught at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine from 2000-2021 and founded Redhawk Healing Arts, a multi-disciplinary health care clinic, in Toronto in 2002. At the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Blyden-Taylor served as Associate Dean of Clinical Education from 2006-11 and Chair of the Homeopathy Department from 2011-2021. She also served as Chair of the CCNM Faculty Council from 2014-2016 and President of CUPE Local 5266 (representing the CCNM Faculty) from 2015-2020.
Dr. Blyden-Taylor is well known as a dynamic and engaging speaker and lecturer in the subjects of homœopathic medicine, LGBTQ+ health concerns, mental-emotional dis-ease and disorders, and fertility & reproductive health. She has been a regular guest lecturer at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, the University of Toronto and Western University in Ontario.
Dr. Blyden-Taylor is also an accomplished soprano and flautist, as well as mom to a 19 yr. old (they/them) & 27 yr. old (son).
Effectiveness of the concomitant use of psychotropic pharmaceuticals and individualized Homoeopathic treatment: A Delphi study. Blyden-Taylor. Homoeopathy. Vol. 105, Issue 1, p. 26. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.homp.2015.12.043
A critical examination of evidence regarding the use of individualized Homoeopathy in the treatment of bipolar spectrum disorders. Blyden-Taylor. International Congress on Naturopathic Medicine, Paris, 2013.