Catherine is a New York state Licensed Acupuncturist and is board certified by the NCCAOM. Catherine earned a Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. Her clinical training included the study of Chinese acupuncture and herbology, food therapy, moxibustion, cupping, tui na, and gua sha. During the course of her training, Catherine's worked in the department of Women with Disabilities at NYU's Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Women's Health Center in Chicago. Additionally, she studied Prenatal and Postpartum acupuncture with Claudia Citkovitz, Optimizing Ovarian Function with Randine Lewis, Integrative Chinese Medical Ophthalmology with Dr. Andy Rosenfarb and Dr. Marc Grossman, Acupuncture for the Cancer Patient through Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Master Tung’s clinical method with Susan Johnson. While living in Japan, Catherine studied Masakazu Ikeda's acupuncture and moxibustion techniques under Edward Obaidey. Catherine treats a wide variety of health concerns, but especially enjoys working on musculoskeletal issues, Opthamology (eye) conditions, immune system imbalances, and supporting women with fertility and through all stages of pregnancy, including acupuncture for labor induction. Catherine holds a Bachelor of Science in Development Sociology from Cornell University.