Degree: BA Psych, R.Ac

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    Tara is a registered acupuncturist (R. Ac) in the province of Ontario. She also holds a BA in Psychology from Concordia University in Montreal, with a specialization in Behavioural Neuroscience. Tara completed a 5 year degree at the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TSTCM) in 2006.

    Tara has extensive experience across all areas of health and healing. From treating general aches and pains due to various conditions such as arthritis, autoimmune diseases, chronic stress, fatigue, sports injury, insomnia, IBS etc. She derives tremendous satisfaction helping individuals navigate their health and healing journey.

    Since graduating in 2006, Tara has been diligently perfecting her craft through work and continual study, while raising a family in different provinces throughout Canada. In 2008, she worked in private practice along with continuing studies at the College-de-Rosemont. In 2011, Tara attended the Calgary College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (CCTCMA), and worked in the student clinic for 3 years. While in Calgary, Tara also became a certified Birth Doula through the DONA international program.

    In 2017, Tara returned to Ontario with a focus on improving fertility and reproductive health, from menstrual issues (PCOS, endometriosis) to pregnancy, miscarriage and menopause. During this time, Tara also worked for 2.5 yrs at the Integrative Cancer Care Center (ICC) of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) where she had the privilege of supporting cancer patients through their journeys of treatment, recovery and pain relief.

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