Patricia D Culliton MA., L.Ac enjoyed a 32 year career within the Hennepin Health System as an acupuncture researcher and then founder and director of a large integrative clinical service within the Department of Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center. Prior to studying acupuncture in Asia she was a mental health and addictions counselor for many years. During her time as a counselor she became trained in biofeedback, guided imagery, hypnosis and other holistic modalities of care. She has been graduate faculty at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota since 2000.
Ms. Culliton has published several articles and book chapters about the use of acupuncture and other integrative modalities for the treatment of mental and chemical health, women’s health care and pain. For more than two decades she directed a clinical staff of Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners, massage therapists, herbalists, chiropractors, physical therapists, integrative physicians and others that provided care to more than 1,000 patients per month. She is a founder of the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association and the founder and co-president of the Society for Acupuncture Research.
5 acupressure points that every woman should know
Taking charge of your health: acupressure for self-care
This is an interactive workshop where audience participants will learn to apply acupressure on themselves and others. Point locations, indications for use, appropriate amount of pressure, and contraindications will be discussed. Points that are useful specifically for women’s healthcare will be highlighted but audience requests will be honored as time permits.