Lisa Schwartz is a California State Licensed Acupuncturist specializing in treating emotional trauma, addiction, anxiety, stress and chronic pain. Lisa received her Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Emperor’s College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and California board acupuncture license in 2000. She has served as a clinic supervisor at UCLA’s Arthur Ashe student health center for acupuncture students, where she taught them proper diagnosis and treatment. Her passion for treating emotional trauma and addiction began during an internship at a hospital in Marina Del Rey, where she treated patients with great success recovering from PTSD, drug and alcohol addiction. Lisa has also worked extensively at rehab and residential treatment centers. Her specialized technique helps individuals who are suffering from drug cravings, stress, anxiety and panic attacks. Lisa offers her patients compassionate and personalized care, creating a safe, calm and relaxing environment for the sole purpose of healing the body, mind, and spirit. After being an acupuncturist for almost two decades, Lisa finally realized another passion of hers. Not only was she helping her clients with acupuncture but she was also helping them with coaching. She decided to embark on an additional career path and become a certified Life Coach where she learned a cognitive psychology-based technique style of coaching. Lisa is an unbiased brainstorming partner. She provides encouragement, strategies and helps her clients come up with actionable steps to achieve their goals.