Victoria Taylor has been a NADA AcuDetox Specialist since 2002. She supervisors several programs in the New River Valley and surronding areas. She is a Registered Trainer of the technique and has trained over 80 clinicians from VIrginia, West Virginia, Tennesse, and the Carolinas in the protocol and the Spirit of NADA.
Contact Victoria to schedule a training,
Enhance your results, include acu-detox
led by Victoria Taylor, Lic Ac, NADA RT
TUITION is 450.00 which includes all course materials, training and membership fees
Incorporating the Acu-Detox skills into your skill base supports your professional work.
As a counselor, social worker, nurse, psychologist, case manager, medical doctor, Licensed Acupuncturist, or other service provider you are invited to this
NADA Acu-Detox Specialist (ADS) Training.
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Victoria Taylor, Lic. Ac. 540 953 2977 email@example.com or
The use of NADA Acupuncture Detoxification protocol is commonly referred to as: “acudetox,” acupuncture detoxification, five point ear acupuncture protocol, five needle protocol, the 5NP. Application of the NADA Protocol includes, but is not limited to chemical dependency intervention, substance detoxification, addiction recovery support, mental health recovery, acute trauma situations, trauma (PTSD) recovery.
Individuals in the Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist training learn to apply sterile single use needles superficially at five designated points on each ear. The client then sits quietly with the needles, 30-45 minutes. Ordinarily clients sit in groups while undergoing the treatment. This effect is known as “group Qi.”
The attitude of the clinician providing the needling is a key element of the NADA protocol. Specific qualities of behavior and attitude learned by the ADS trainee serve to support a clinical milieu consistent with what is known as the Spirit of NADA.
The NADA Protocol functions effectively as an adjunct within comprehensive treatment programs. The 5NP therapeutic effect supports other therapeutic elements including counseling, education, family involvement, mutual support groups, and supportive medical health care. Client benefit in many settings: inpatient, outpatient, incarceration, shelters, harm reduction street outreach, trauma scenes. Among the benefits reported by both clients and clinicians are reductions in cravings, anxiety, sleep disturbance and need for pharmaceuticals. Other benefits reported by both clients and clinicians are improved program retention, and a more optimistic and cooperative attitude toward the process of recovery.