Dr. Jennifer Moffitt has been active on the cutting edge of integrating science and intuitive energy styles of healing for over 35 years. Formerly a research scientist at UC Davis in Environmental Toxicology, her background in clinical chemistry allows her to blend the best of both eastern and western medicine in a way that supports the body, mind, and spirit of her patients. Her training encompasses many forms of both integrative medicine and energy medicine, to combine uniquely for each patient at the center.
After 19 years as Clinic Director, serving tens of thousands of patients in the greater San Diego area, she downsized her busy practice with three associates in 2019 to focus on a more select, intuitive approach to healing. After a potentially career-ending injury during the COVID pandemic, Jennifer created new applications of Oriental Medicine and energy work, a synthesis of 35 years of training and energy work.
Jennifer is a highly trained medical intuitive, having studied with some of the most talented energy teachers in the world. By combining classical Japanese acupuncture with the 8 extras and energy pathways, she uses guided imagery, hypnosis, and creative dream work in conjunction with acupuncture and energy work to restore balance in the chakra system and in the 8-Extraordinary vessels. This allows patient to reconnect with healing centers in the body that have been out of balance for years. Her work is VISIBLE to the naked eye and many patients see and feel energy move for the first time.
True healing is achieved when patients feel empowered again and trust the language of the body and their ability to resolve any condition. Unresolved emotional and physical trauma leaves energy blocks in the body that few styles of medicine can resolve. In addressing her own trauma, she is now able to apply these techniques with everyone.
Jennifer completed her MSTOM at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and her doctorate at 5 Branches University. She is Board Certified nationally in Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, and Chinese Herbology. She continues to refine her skills with advanced studies in traditional Japanese acupuncture and herbology (Kampo) with noted teachers Masakazu Ikeda Sensei and Edward Obaidey Sensei in Tokyo. For 19 years, she has had a busy bilingual practice in addition to graduate-level teaching, writing, and served as an ancillary provider for Sharp Rees Steely, UCSD, and the VA. She continues to mentor practitioners at the post-doctorate level.
An advocate for border health issues, she has been a frequent clinician for Project Viidai: Viaje Interinstitutional de Integracion, Docente, Assistencia y Investigacion, a joint venture with SDSU School of Public Health and Tijuana’s Universidad Autonoma de Baja California (UABC) School of Medicine, with the goal of providing service to underserved communities in Mexico and promoting health without borders. Se habla espanol!