Auricular Acupuncture – NADA Protocol

This NADA course is available for Corporate Group training only

John Tindall pioneered the use of Auricular Acupuncture for detoxification and substance misuse in the UK. He established NADA UK and was its Chairman until 2000.

Benefits: Auricular Acupuncture is particularly useful for addiction, detoxification, weight loss, substance misuse, emotional imbalance, insomnia, anxiety, stress management and post-traumatic stress, and relaxation and general wellbeing.

Who should attend: This course is open to healthcare workers, nurses, doctors, therapists and non-therapists. No previous training in acupuncture is needed to attend.

This course is particularly useful for people interested in addiction (drugs, alcohol, tobacco and food) and substance misuse, and is highly effective for busy centres.

How to apply: Please email or phone John Tindall with your team’s requirements.

About the Course 

John Tindall

This type of acupuncture allows for a large number of people to simultaneously receive treatment, which could be very useful in busy health centres.

This course covers:

  • Health and Safety: Theory and practice.
  • Location of 5 points
  • Practical training in flying needle technique
  • Client handling: To minimize any transference or projections and support the client.
  • Communication: Clear, friendly and reassuring.
  • Attitude: A good host – open, calm, nurturing, non-judgemental.
  • Crisis intervention: Mental/emotional reactions, fainting and bleeding.

Auricular Acupuncture is a simple, safe and effective approach to healthcare.

The NADA protocol is most effective when used in combination with other therapies and support groups.

The Yuan Traditional Medicine College follows strict codes of health and safety.

To qualify to practice and gain insurance in 5 Point NADA protocol Auricular Acupuncture.

Graduates of this course also qualify to register for both E.A.R.

 

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