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© Corinium Acupuncture 2014

British Acupuncture Council membership guarantees that we are fully trained and adhere to strict safety and professional conduct guidelines.

We are on a voluntary register that is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to high professional standards, to enhancing safety and delivering a better service.

Sarah Attwell-Griffiths, Acupuncturist

(BSc Hons Acu, MBAcC, Lic Ac)

Sarah studied at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine and holds a first class BSc (Hons) degree in traditional acupuncture awarded by Kingston University.

 

She is also a full member of the British Acupuncture Council. This means that she adheres to strict safety standards and professional conduct guidelines, and is recognised by health insurance providers.

Sarah uses traditional acupuncture to help people achieve better physical health and mental-emotional wellbeing. Sarah's reputation for excellence resulted in her being featured in the January 2015 edition of Cotswold Life magazine.

 

In addition to her private practice at Corinium Acupuncture, Sarah is an Admissions Assessor for the British Acupuncture Council, marks Chinese medicine undergraduate papers at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, and runs the Cirencester CAM Practitioners' Group.

 

Sarah has also published ground-breaking research into acupuncture treatment for self-injury users in the European Journal of Oriental Medicine*.

 

* Attwell-Griffiths, S. Bovey, M. (2014) The Purpose of Self-Injury and Clinical Implications for Acupuncturists, European Journal of Oriental Medicine, 7 (5), p42-47. The article was first published in the European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM) Volume 7 No 5, Spring 2014. See www.ejom.co.uk.