Julia

I have a background in both Eastern and Western medical systems having completed post-graduate studies in mental health nursing within the NHS and observed first hand how acupuncture is practised in a hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China.  

With nineteen years’ experience as an acupuncturist and a mental health nurse I have developed a deep understanding of emotional health and pharmacology. This allows me to offer support and guidance to patients with emotional difficulties. 

I also have a personal interest in women’s health and nutrition and have been supporting women through the difficulties of fertility issues over the years. I have carried out research on acupuncture for mental health and currently teach and supervise acupuncture students in their new careers.

I continue to develop my knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine and nutrition attending seminars and keeping up to date with new research and ideas.

As a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), and the Nursing and Midwifery Council, I am obliged to follow a strict Code of Conduct and Practice.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding your condition and how Chinese medicine may help.

I look forward to hear from you.

Full CV

Julia Exposito-Garcia LicAc MBAcC

Qualifications:

Post Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing - 2013 City University London (Merit).

Licentiate in Acupuncture - 2003 London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Memberships:

British Acupuncture Council

Nursing and Midwifery Council

NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Continuous Professional Development:

Immunology and COVID: New evidence
Catalina Fernandez

March 2021

Nutritional support for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Shoela Detsios
January 2021

MSports and Energy: Improve exercise and Ayjletic performance
Nicola Charnock
January 2021

Dermatology: Skin conditions, Cosmetics and Mycotherapy
Alison Edwards
December 2020

Chronic Inflammation: An innovative Approach to Mycotherapy
Hania Opienski
November 2020

Mychothrapy: The ultimate guide
Hania Opienski
October 2020

Making the Most of Our Genetic Inheritance
Lorraine Nicolle
November 2019

How We Live and How We Die
Jeffery Yuen
July 2019

Using Fats Functionally
Lorraine Nicolle
July 2019

Nutrition for Vascular Health
Lorraine Nicolle
November 2018

Mitochondrial Support for Better Health and Vitality
Lorraine Nicolle
November 2017

Autoimmune Conditions – A Functional Nutritional Approach
Lorraine Nicolle
February 2016

Nutrition to support Mind, Memory and Mood
January 2015

Nutrition for Female Health
September 2013

Natural Solutions to Adrenal and Thyroid Disorders
Philip Weeks
May 2013

Adapted Therapeutic Community Training Module One
East London NHS Foundation Trust Jinnie Jefferies
January 2012

Skills in Building the Therapeutic Alliance
East London NHS Foundation Trust Jinnie Jefferies February 2012

Nutrition for Addition and Liver Detoxification
Lorraine Nicolle
November 2009

Facial Acupuncture
Virginia Doran 
July 2008

Chinese Medical Gynecology
Jeffery Yuen 
April 2008

Tui Na for Neck and Shoulders
Head and Face, Liong-Sen Liew 
March 2007

Needling Skills
Charlie Buck
December 2006

Chinese style Gua Sha massage for pain relief
January 2006

Nutrition for infertility
June 2005

The treatment of male subfertility by acupuncture
Peter Deadman 
Sept 2005

Working with the NHS family
Joanna Bruce
Sept 2005

Exploring qi: qi gong for diagnosis and treatment
Rosey Grandage 
Sept 2005

Cosmetic Acupuncture for healthy skin
Radha Thambirajah 
Sept 2005

Clinical practice in Guangzhou
China 
August 2004

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
Jamie Hedger
January 2004

NADA Protocol - Auricular Acupuncture for Substance Misuse and Stress Management
November 2003

The Treatment of Mental-emotional Conditions with Chinese Medicine
Bob Flaws
June 2003

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Research

What I love most about being an acupuncturist is the variety it brings in understanding human emotions and its causes. Ever since I started practising I have found that each patient brings a new puzzle to solve and I’m always looking for new approaches and ideas to treatment that can be beneficial to my patients.

My clinical and personal experience of acupuncture treatment and the effect it has on emotional wellbeing has led me to research its potential to treat mental health and emotional wellbeing.

I am currently undertaking a MSc research study at City University London to understand how acupuncture helps with emotional wellbeing from the patient’s perspective.

The mechanism of acupuncture is still not well understood and although new research comes out every year, not all the studies are published in the media. The British Acupuncture Council has a section dedicated to research where you can find information for a variety of conditions:

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