Preferred Provider Training: Mei Zen
- April 5, 2020
- Posted by: Dr. Martha Lucas
- Category: Catalog Cosmetic Acupuncture Mei Zen Seminars
If you have taken one of Dr. Lucas’s Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture seminars within the last 2 years, you may secure your Preferred Provider status through this course.
It is a 2 part course: first, you watch the webinar then you need to schedule a one to 1.5-hour face to face meeting with Dr. Lucas so that she can watch you give the Mei Zen treatment to someone. This way, she can check your needling skills since that is one of the important components for being listed as someone to whom we refer.
- Course Format: Webinar and face-to-face online meeting
- Course Duration: 3 hours
- CEUs/PDAs: 3 CEUs/PDAs
- Course Investment: $319
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Dr. Lucas is uniquely qualified in the field of Chinese Medicine because she holds a Ph.D. in Research Psychology a well as her certification and licensing to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine. Lucas has more than 20 years of teaching and speaking experience and is described as "a dynamic speaker who keeps her classes engaged and who can explain complex information in an understandable form." She is internationally known for teaching and training Practitioners the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System. As well as teaching Cosmetic Acupuncture, she teaches practitioners how to properly take care of their patients’ skin using My Zen Skin Care products. Her other course offerings include the Pulse Diagnosis and Biofeedback Internship where practitioners study under her mentorship to learn to be better, more effective diagnosticians. Her private practice is based in Denver and in Littleton Colorado where she specializes in internal medicine: diagnosis and treatment of serious chronic illness and, of course, Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture. Dr. Lucas has been interviewed about Cosmetic Acupuncture and skin care by many publications including The NewYork Times and USA Today and is the author of several books: Pulse Diagnosis: Beyond Slippery and Wiry, Cosmetic Acupuncture Works! Your guide to Cosmetic Acupuncture for anti-aging, The My Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture workbook included with course registration, and You don’t need Botox (out of print). Her latest book projects are Sex Sucks: What we can do about it, and for children, The Skeleton in a Tutu gets Acupuncture.