Lucy is a highly experienced acupuncturist, clinical supervisor and educator.
A pioneer of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the UK, she was the youngest person in that country to hold a B.Sc in TCM when she graduated in 2002. After that, she successfully owned and operated her own clinic until 2018, when she sold it and moved to Nova Scotia, Canada.
Now Dean of Acupuncture at the Canadian College of Acupuncture & TCM, Lucy is passionate about TCM education and committed to professional excellence in all aspects of her practice and teaching.
Her specialist skills include clinical supervision, traditional Chinese needle manipulation, scalp acupuncture, food energetics, and myo-fascial taping.
She is a member of the Zita West Network for Reproductive Health and has advanced experience in the treatment of obstetric, gynae and pregnancy conditions.
The People’s Daily Newspaper in China published her article on Acupuncture in the UK and data from her ground-breaking ten years working in the UK’s National Health Service is currently being collated for presentation at research conferences.