Titia is a licensed acupuncturist with over ten years of clinical experience treating patients. She earned her Master of Science degree from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture in Manhattan, NY. While there she learned from some of the country’s leading practitioners, and received training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Trigger point therapy and Japanese (Kiiko Matsumoto) styles, as well as traditional and Five Elements approaches to acupuncture. Her individual approach draws from these styles.

Her interests include allergies, chronic pain, chronic Lyme and psycho-emotional issues. During the past two years she has focused on learning and implementing new strategies for treating injuries and pain.

Titia’s entry into acupuncture was the result of a lifelong interest in health and fitness. People often would ask her for advice with health related concerns. What drew her to Asian medicine was the wholistic nature of it, as well as respect for the age old knowledge. She previously worked in the corporate world, so she has first hand knowledge of the challenges accompanying that lifestyle. Her care is provided with compassion and empathy, and she loves helping people return to a more balanced, lighter state.

In her spare time, Titia enjoys biking, walking in nature and practicing Qi gong.