Amy Mager DACM (NY), Lic.Ac., FABORM
Diplomate OM, (NCCAOM)
Amy has been licensed to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine since 1990. Amy graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brandeis University, and earned her MS in Chinese Medicine from ACTCM in 1989 and her Doctorate in Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine and Integrative Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2017.She apprenticed with midwife and acupuncturist. Raven Lang L.Ac. for two years. She has been in private practice in CA and MA for over 29 years. Amy was the staff acupuncturist at Cradle Maternal Wellness Center and is co-owner of The Wellness House in Northampton, a multidisciplinary healing center. Amy is a trained birth assistant & childbirth educator through Informed Birth and Parenting and trained CLC. She has most recently completed her doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine apps of the College of Oriental medicine, and became a fellow of the American Board of Oriental reproductive medicine this year. She serves as chair of the American Society of Acupuncturists and a Board member at large of the Acupuncture Society of Massachusetts as well as a board member at large of the Maternity Acupuncture Association. She has served on the board of uprooted, a Jewish response miscarriage and pregnancy as well as the Green River Doula Network. Amy is also a trained birth educator, birth assistant, lactation counselor and End of Life doula.
Amy has been published in the books Parenting From the Heart and Round the Circle as well as on Huffington Post. Amy has published two articles in the Pacific College of Oriental medicine newsletter and JASA with her writing partner Christine Cronin DACM, Lic.Ac.. One on postpartum care, and 11 heat therapy. She has a bi-weekly radio segment with Bob Flaherty on WHMP, “Healing Outside the Box, Inside the Heart”.