When I first moved home from acupuncture school in California, I worked at a well known hospital in Michigan. At this time, very few staff were familiar with acupuncture. As a way of education, I provided A LOT of treatments to doctors, nurses, and front desk personnel. After receiving their … [Read more...] about Get Your Daily DOSE of Well Being!
As the cold comes down and leaves a white blanket on the earth, I affirm that life is beautiful. The trees have shed what no longer serves them and are going bare. Releasing their outward extension of life and going within, getting quiet and still. With this sweet serene landscape, I become … [Read more...] about Winter Poem
The word gratitude is derived from the Latin word gratia, which means grace, graciousness, or gratefulness. In reality, gratitude encompasses all of this. Gratitude is the thankful appreciation for what an individual receives, whether tangible or intangible. With gratitude, people acknowledge the … [Read more...] about Gratitude and Traditional Chinese Medicine
When a client comes to our office for an emotional condition, I ask a lot of questions. For all new patients, we always do a thorough intake. But as far as emotions, I find there is a wide range of experiences and feelings that go into any diagnosis – including depression. For example, some … [Read more...] about Acupuncture & Depression; Diagnosis is paramount to success
I was so honored to partner with Detroit Moms Blog for National Infertility Awareness Week! Please check out the blog and ofcourse, comment with questions! I'd love to hear about you and your journey. ~ Monica Mae Leibson, Dipl. … [Read more...] about Chinese Medicine & Infertility: 5 tips that apply to everyone
I am so excited to share a PODCAST with you! I was invited by Stephanie Lopez Gillmore, hormonal health and weight loss expert. We found each other through mutual health related interests and ended up being passionate about so many similar things, namely women's health. I wanted to talk on this … [Read more...] about Misconceptions of healthcare: What people don’t know and have to find out the hard way