Juliette Willett

Counselling & Psychotherapy

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (4 years) Dip (TA Practice)

Juliette offers Counselling and Psychotherapy at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM). Her experience includes working with adults, couples and children (aged 13+), both within private practice, the NHS, as part of crime reduction initiatives and within schools.

For over 10 years Juliette ran a successful practice in West Sussex as a Physical Therapist working with adults, young people and children to treat physical symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and injury. In 2012 she undertook four years of training in psychotherapy at The Wealden Psychology Institute. 

Juliette’s aim is to provide you with an environment that is safe, non-judgemental and secure, offering you the opportunity to speak freely, feel heard and make positive changes.  Finding the right Therapist who works in a way that suits you is key to a successful outcome, and therefore she offers an initial complimentary half hour session to meet with you and discuss your needs with no obligation.

Juliette offers regular monthly online talks. Visit her website for more information.

For more information please visit Juliette’s website www.juliettewillett.co.uk or telephone 07876 566269.

Ping Ho

acupuncturist & Tui NA Massage therapist

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture

Ping was born in a small rural village in the south east of mainland China. She grew up in Hong Kong where Chinese Medicine has been an integral part of people’s lives. As a child, she observed her grandfather using herbs, acupressure and gua sha techniques in treating ailments of his own and his family.

Ping moved to the UK in 2003 and later studied at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM). She practises traditional Acupuncture and Chinese tui na massage in Forest Row, East Grinstead and Crawley.  Apart from her private clinics, she also treats cancer patients on their recovery journeys for Macmillan (Queen Victoria Hospital) and The Olive Tree (Crawley Hospital). 

Since graduation, she has been supporting patients from all walks of life, with a wide range of conditions such as cancers, auto-immune diseases, gynaecology, anxiety, menopause, fertility, depression, acute and chronic pain such as low back pain , acute sprains and sports injuries, etc.  She often combines various therapies such as tui na massage, cupping, moxibustion, acupressure, gua sha etc., with or without needles in treatments to achieve better therapeutic results.

For her, Acupuncture treatments are not just mere tools to resolve illnesses. More importantly, Acupuncture helps our body and mind to achieve a more harmonious state, so that it can strengthen our immunity and promotes better health. This falls within a very old traditional Chinese concept, Yang Sheng (養生) –  nourishing one’s life by being mindful of what one does in one’s life (actions/thoughts/diet/exercise etc.).

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Harry Freedman

acupuncturist

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture

Harry has had an interest in health and wellness for many years which led him on his journey to studying Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at The International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM), graduating in 2017.

Having practiced from the ICOM clinic since his graduation, Harry uses the Chinese Medical systems of Five Elements and Stems & Branches to treat patients holistically and according to their birth chart.

It is of great importance to Harry to live life in accordance with the principles of Chinese philosophy, taking heed of the seasons and the qualities they bring to our lives. Living in this way has guided him to greater well-being and provided him with the tools to assist others in finding theirs.

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Ivan Peron

acupuncturist

Lic.Ac., MAcS, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture

For 12 years, Ivan has practised Acupuncture to support people affected by most types of cancer and the side effects of invasive treatments and drug therapies (surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormonal therapy) at the Olive Tree Cancer Support Centre, next to Crawley Hospital in West Sussex.

He has also tended to a wide variety of pathologies, syndromes and complications including considerable experience in treating people affected by Multiple Sclerosis, as well as successfully helping both men and women to become fertile and to conceive. His diagnosis are made through Chinese pulse taking, assessment of the body and tongue, and analysis of time birth-charts and medical history.

Ivan studied acupuncture and Chinese medicine at the International College of Oriental Medicine and graduated with honours in 2006.

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Madina Palmos

Acupuncturist, Holistic Counsellor, Massage Therapist, Chinese Herbalist (in training)

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture, Holistic Counsellor, MD (USSR)

Madina Palmos qualified as an Acupuncturist with a BSc Honours degree from ICOM. Prior to her journey into the world of Acupuncture, Madi worked as a Western medical doctor. She obtained a Degree in Medicine (USSR) and a PhD in Dermatology (Uzbekistan). She is now in her 3rd and final year of Chinese Herbal Medicine training and is also qualified as a Holistic Counsellor and Life Coach with the Holistic Healing College of London.

She likes to keep up to date and expand her knowledge by continuing her studies in Acupuncture and has done courses on facial acupuncture and fertility. Madi is devoted to continually expanding her knowledge about the human body while keeping a holistic and spiritual approach to human well being.

Madi works as a volunteer with cancer patients at the Macmillan Centre, Queen Victoria Hospital. She has also helped author and Acupuncture researcher Peter Van Kervel with the translation of his book “Acupuncture – Celestial Treatments of Terrestrial Diseases” into the Russian language.

Madi is passionate about holistic medicine and personal growth and will never stop exploring and finding out more about human health and well-being.

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Suzi Broad

Acupuncturist & Lecturer

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture, PGCert

Suzi graduated from ICOM with a First Class (Hons) degree in Acupuncture and has been a member of the British Acupuncture Council since 2012.  She works from the ICOM clinic, the Perrymount in Haywards Heath and the River Clinic in Lewes.

Suzi is passionate about a holistic approach to health and the power of Acupuncture to treat a broad range of conditions.  She has a particular interest in women’s health and the support that Acupuncture can give, both emotionally and physically.

Originally trained as a Beauty and Massage therapist in 1999, Suzi has since completed courses in the Vodder Manual Lymphatic drainage technique, hot stone massage and Facial Enhancement Acupuncture.

Suzi is amongst the teaching staff at the college and is a mum of two boys.

Rebecca Wheatley

acupuncturist & Lecturer

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture, PGCert

Rebecca is a licensed Acupuncturist and Aromatherapist. She completed her acupuncture training at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) and graduated with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree.

Rebecca initially trained in Chinese Medicine principles in 1995 as an Aromatherapist and this unique combination of Chinese Medicine, Acupoints and Essential oils have been an integral part of her life and practice since. She also trained as an Occupational Therapist and worked within the NHS for 6 years, in a community rehabilitation team.  

Over her years in practice she has worked holistically with a wide variety of pathologies, integrating her diverse skills into her treatments, including rehabilitative advice where appropriate and oil blends to support the healing process at home.

Rebecca has additionally trained in Scalp Acupuncture to further enhance treatments; and is also trained in Facial Acupuncture and Micro Needle Therapy (MNT).

Rebecca treats at the ICOM Clinic as well as running her own clinic in Ashurst Wood.  She is an Acupuncture teacher at ICOM as well as teaching and educating privately on the use of essential oils to manage health naturally.

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Tony Todd

acupuncture & Herbal medicine Practitioner, lecturer, clinic supervisor

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, MSc, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture,  PG Cert, MRCHM

tony todd acupuncturist east grinsteadTony Todd has been practising Acupuncture and moxibustion since 2000 following his graduation from the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM). He also practises Chinese herbal medicine and Shiatsu.

Tony joined the Register of Shiatsu Practitioners in 1993 and undertook further studies in Tuina (Chinese massage) and Acupuncture in Shanghai, China during 1993 and 1994.

He continues to study with leading teachers in the UK, Europe and Japan. This has included training in Manaka style Acupuncture as well as Japanese meridian therapy and Korean Hand Acupuncture. He is a member of the European Branch of the Toyohari association. In 2005 he trained in Kanpo (Japanese herbalism), followed by further studies in Chinese Herbal medicine, specialising in Shanghan Lun and Jin Gui Yao Lue with Arnaud Versluys and the Institute of Classics and East Asian Medicine (ICEAM). In 2013-4 Tony completed studies in Internal and External Acupuncture with Andrew Nugent-Head and the Association of Traditional Studies .

In addition to his clinical practice, Tony teaches Acupuncture at ICOM and for the Institute of Classics and East Asian Medicine (ICEAM). Tony was module leader for first year Chinese medicine at ICOM from 2002 to 2016. He is also a clinical superviser at the college and a senior academic advisor, serving on the Academic Advisory Board. At ICEAM he specialises in abdominal patterns for herbal medicine, and in this capacity he has taught internationally in Australia, the USA as well as in Europe.

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