Rosemary Rau-Levine, M.D.

Dr. Rosemary Rau-Levine     690 Church Street, Suite 1      San Francisco, CA 94114      (415) 522-0250


Dr. Rosemary has practiced integrative medicine for over 46 years. She maintains a private practice in integrative family medicine, homeopathy, auricular medicine, anthroposophic medicine, and craniosacral therapy. Dr. Rau-Levine’s career has encompassed a wide range of prominent medical positions, including Staff Psychiatrist for adults, adolescents and children; and Medical Director for both adult and children’s residential medical and psychiatric facilities.

Educated at UCLA in Psychology and Pre-medicine (1959), Rosemary went on to earn her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (now Drexel University School of Medicine) (1963). After interning at Santa Monica Hospital in Santa Monica, California (1963-1964), she trained in Adult Psychiatry at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City (1964-1966). She then received a fellowship in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry with Reginald Lourie at Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. and served as a psychiatrist in the Peace Corps (1966-1968). Trained in classical Homeopathy by Dr. George Vithoulkas in Alonissos, Greece (1980), she continued her studies in Osteopathic Manipulation and Craniosacral Therapy at Michigan State Ostepoathic College in East Lansing, Michigan (1980-82). Her continuing integrative medical studies then brought her to Leon, France, where she studied Auricular Medicine with Dr. Paul Nogier (1983-1990). She also studied Homeopathy for Toxic Populations with Sigrun Seuteman, M.D. in Wiesbaden, Germany (1985). Her studies then led her back to UCLA where she completed the “Doctors Course in Acupuncture” with Joe Helms, M.D. (1987-1988), followed by a course in “Five Element Acupuncture” with Charles Moss, M.D. in San Diego, California, while studying classic Homeopathy with Francisco Eziaga, M.D. (1988-1992). Dr. Rosemary  subsequently attended an intensive medical seminar in Anthroposophic Medicine and Cancer Therapy at the Lucas Clinic Cancer Hospital in Arlesheim, Switzerland (1995). She completed a four year course in Anthroposophic art therapy in 2001, and offers this modality to her patients healing from cancer.

In her free time, Rosemary plays classical piano, enjoys fine art, sketches and paints (her watercolors are featured throughout this site) and trains with free weights. She holds two world records in powerlifting (2005 and 2007), and is currently training to attempt her third world record at an upcoming powerlifting competition.

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