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About Avery

About Avery: 

Avery Grace is legally certified as a primary care provider, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist (L.Ac.), and has provided integrative and holistic healthcare since 2010, both in the U.S. and China. Avery has also worked as an educator for twenty years, including facilitating mindfulness and somatic-based trauma recovery techniques. Avery was an adjunctive faculty member at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco, teaching various Chinese and Western Medicine topics.
Avery’s Clinical Experience:  

Avery’s clinical experience in the United States includes offering integrative treament in the Stroke Rehabilitation Ward at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco, the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic serving the unhoused community and those seeking recovery from addictions, Berkeley Primary Care, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Bay Area Young Positives, a 501(c)3 providing services to HIV+ youth.

Avery was a Doctoral Fellow in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) at Five Branches University in San Jose, CA, researching the role that Chinese Medicine can play in resolving somatic manifestations of trauma from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Avery has a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the California Institute of Integral Studies/American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has a B.A. in Education and Global Studies from UCLA, making the Dean’s honor’s list and winning the Chancellor’s Service Award.

Often praised for a bedside manner that puts patients at ease, Avery is very centered, accepting and receptive; Avery has deep integrity, treating and teaching from experience. “I never suggest things to patients that I wouldn’t try myself,” Avery says. “I love the satisfaction in being part of a process in which someone else changes their life.”

Speaking of which, Avery has a deep affinity for the health and wellness concerns of trans and queer individuals, having personally relied on Chinese medicine while transitioning as a transfeminine, non-binary person (they/them pronouns). Relatedly, Avery is an accomplished playwright and published author, including contributing to the Columbia University Press anthology “Genderqueer: Memoirs of Gender and Identity,” and “All of Me: Stories of Love, Anger, and the Female Body,” by PM Press. You can find more about Avery’s creative endeavors at
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