Jennifer Little is a licensed acupuncturist, clinical herbalist, and wellness educator with a Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over a decade of experience as a holistic healthcare provider in the Bay Area. With extensive post-graduate training in women’s health, infertility, pregnancy, and prenatal & postnatal care, Jennifer also treats patients with a variety of conditions including acute injuries, chronic pain and repetitive stress injuries, colds and flus, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and insomnia. She also has experience treating patients with respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, and dermatological issues.
Treating each person as a multidimensional whole, Jennifer works at a physical, emotional and soul level, connecting with her own intuition and the innate sense of the patient that can be cultivated to engender radiant wellness. She incorporates a variety of modalities to treat patients and is committed to educating patients to help them become champions of their own health.
She contributed to Contemporary Gynecology: An Integrative Approach, which was published in 2010, and Five Hundred Cases (still in production), while working with mentor and gynecology & infertility expert, Dr. Lifang Liang. Jennifer also writes and edits courses for acupuncturists and Chinese herbalists with Health CMI. In addition to her didactic and clinical training at ACTCM, Jennifer trained and provided care at the California Pacific Medical Center and the Haight-Ashbury Clinic.
She extends deep gratitude to all of her teachers, mentors and guides, especially Dr. Robert Levine, Dr. Lifang Liang and Dr. Robert Johns for their gracious generosity, wisdom, care, compassion, and deep dedication to teaching, medicine, and humanity.
Outside of the clinic, Jennifer enjoys deepening her knowledge of healing, art, photography, dancing, yoga, music, meditation and ceremony. She also enjoys participating in cultural events with friends and family, traveling to beautiful places, exploring nature, and running with her dogs in the forest. Lecturing regularly around the Bay Area, Jennifer is a devoted advocate of holistic health, believing that by collectively empowering ourselves to live healthfully and vibrantly, we will together flourish as a community.