Dr. Jenece Gerber, Ph.D, R.Ac.
Graduate of the Canadian College of Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine (Bedford, Nova Scotia), with over 2200 hours of training, including over 750 hours of supervised clinical practice.
Recipient of the Certificate of Clinical Excellence for outstanding achievement and excellence.
Advanced Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) training in:
Trauma-Informed Practice (Institute of Traditional Medicine)
Tuina & Moxibustion for Menopause (Pacific Rim College)
Advanced TCM Diagnostic Skills (Pacific Rim College)
Patients and students have described Jenece as:
compassionate, knowledgeable, dedicated, skilled, creative,
intuitive, caring, open-minded, and experienced
Jenece also earned the PhD in Music Composition from the State University of New York at Buffalo (New York),
Masters degrees in both Music Composition and Vocal Performance from the University of Akron (Ohio),
and the Bachelor of Arts degree in Ethnomusicology & Music Composition (minoring in Women's Studies)
from Bowling Green State University (Ohio).
Additionally, Jenece is a certified Usui Reiki Master Teacher, certified Vocal Yoga instructor, meditation facilitator,
event producer, sound healer, and avid student of plant medicines.
In all my work I seek to hold space for expanded awareness and heart-centered presence.
Music has always been a medium through which I work to heal myself and the world: I hold a PhD in music composition, masters degrees in music composition and vocal performance, an undergraduate degree in ethnomusicology, and Vocal Yoga teaching certification. I also love to play harp, frame drum, singing bowls, and piano.
My family maintains a beautiful 50-acre homestead near Mabou, Nova Scotia, on magical Cape Breton Island.
We forage and cultivate medicinal and culinary herbs, grow much of our own food, and tend chickens and dairy goats.