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Trace’s specialties include:
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Auto-Immune & Thyroid Conditions
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Hormonal Balance in Women & Men
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Cancer Treatment Side Effects
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Pain Management
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Optimal Weight
- Acupuncture/Herbs for Stress Management
- Acupuncture/Herbs to Support Sober Living
Trace received her cranio-sacral training from The Upledger Institute and The Milne Institute, and volunteered at The University of Miami’s Touch Research Institute during the 1990s. She graduated summa cum laude from Emperor’s College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Trace recently received additional training at the MD Anderson Integrative Oncology Conference, as well as attending yearly training for the past four years with integrative oncology pioneer and researcher, Daniel Weber, PhD. During the past 9 years, Trace and her partners at LAHA have developed a rigorous and dynamic continuing education curriculum for licensed acupuncturists.
Trace’s professional goals include continued expansion in her clinical practice, teaching, research, developing mentorship and supervision programs for new practitioners, community outreach and travel.
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Specializing in the use of the Secondary Vessels in treatment, Yvonne has been teaching channel theory to students for many years. She has developed proficiency with these systems because she feels they are very effective in the treatment of psycho-emotional and psycho-spiritual disorders.
Yvonne directs her teaching towards the empowerment of students with the hope that they will embody the spiritual aspects of Chinese Medicine and make them their own. She believes that self-cultivation & self-knowledge are essential in developing capacity as a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. To that end, she has also been on the leadership teams of many spiritual retreats and self-empowerment workshops.
In addition to teaching in the master’s programs of two schools, Dr. Farrell has been teaching CEU courses for several years. Her courses are lively informative and clinically relevant. She is very passionate about the medicine and that is apparent in her teaching.
Yvonne received her Doctoral Degree (DAOM) from Emperor’s College in 2007. In 2009-2010 Yvonne was the Director of a team that was responsible for getting Yo San University’s first DAOM program up and running.
Although she has a general practice, her specialties include the treatment of psycho-emotional disorders or stress induced illness.