Bryn Clark, Dipl. O.M.

Bryn Clark, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.New_Harmony-99

Licensed Acupuncturist
National Board Certified Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)

One of the most respected leaders in the profession of Oriental Medicine in the US today, Bryn is regarded as a highly knowledgeable and effective Practitioner—dedicated to helping his clients awaken to their full potential through the journey of health and healing.

First appointed and then elected by his peers to one of the most influential and demanding positions in American Oriental Medicine, Bryn was seated on the Board of Commissioners of the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (nccaom.org) in 2001. He held posts as Treasurer, Vice-Chair, and then became Chair of the Board of Commissioners, January 2006-2008.

Bryn worked hand-in-hand with the Commission’s CEO to raise standards and modernize testing methods to assess and Board-certify graduates of professional AOM programs, prior to their State licensure.  He also represented the NCCAOM in international forums in Beijing, Paris and many US venues.  In 2008, he relinquished his post as Chair in order to devote his time to developing his own clinic, New Harmony—but continues as a Commissioner to aid his peers in their collective mission:  to chart a course for the integration of Oriental Medicine into the US health care system.  He also continues to serve on the Congress for the Future of Traditional Medicines, which seeks to revise FDA legislation and guarantee that qualified Herbologists are guaranteed access to use their traditional medicines, for the betterment of all who choose this type of care.

Hired as a Consultant (1999-2001) by the Won Institute of Graduate Studies (Philadelphia), Bryn designed 2 clinical Master’s degree programs in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (AOM) to create the first-such professional program in PA.   He also taught Chinese Herbology and Asian Dietary Therapy at 2 accredited graduate AOM programs (PA & FL), and authored a chapter on Asian Bodywork in Contemporary Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, (Claire Cassidy, PhD, ed.), 2002.  He served as President of the Acupuncture Society of PA from 2001-02, and worked to reform PA’s Acupuncture laws while Secretary of the Association for Professional Acupuncture (2001).

Bryn was certified in Japanese Shiatsu in 1991 at the International School of Shiatsu (Doylestown, PA) and earned his clinical Master’s degree in Acupuncture from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now Tai Sophia Institute) in Columbia, MD in 1998.  He received his Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in 2006, having already been Board Certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.  He also completed certification in 1998 in Japanese Toyo Hari, a very gentle but effective form of Japanese acupuncture that he uses frequently with pediatric clients.  He has steadily maintained a clinical practice since 1991, caring for clients in Maryland and Pennsylvania until 2002, when he returned to family roots on Massachusetts’ North Shore.

We are pleased to announce Bryn’s recent affiliation with the Well Life Medical Center in Peabody. Appointments are now being accepted for the newly expanded practice hours on Wednesdays at Well Life Medical Center’s Peabody facility located at 2 First Avenue, Suite 215.

For more information or to schedule your free evaluation with Bryn, please contact us by calling (978) 922-3030, or email us at healing@newharmonywellness.com.

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