Rev. Virginia M. June, LMSW, MAC, CAADC, RT, ADS
In addition to having a private practice and conducting monthly training's in the NADA ear acupuncture protocol, Virginia also works full-time as a clinical therapist on the rehabilitation unit of Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery, Michigan's oldest licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.
Virginia has trained hundreds of people over the last 18 years, from teenagers doing peer counseling, to physicians, social workers, full body acupuncturists, attorney's, and individuals who want to support their community with this exceptional protocol! Virginia would love to train you to become an Auricular Detox Specialist (ADS). Once trained, Virginia becomes your lifetime coach in the NADA protocol. If you ever have a question or concern, she will always be there to answer your questions.
Throughout the years, research has shown that after having an Acudetox treatment, individuals have experienced a substantial decrease in cravings, decrease in pain symptoms, decreased anxiety, increased sleep, decreased feelings of depression, and reduced PTSD/trauma symptoms.
Virginia has been trained as an EMDR therapist and has integrated that into her private practice along with NADA Acudetox Ear Acupuncture and Recovery Coaching.
Virginia is committed to finding holistic therapies for the treatment of substance use disorders. She is a licensed, clinical social worker in the state of Michigan, Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor. Virginia and her spouse Jennifer Mitchell are the founders of White Wolf Healing which conducts training's in the NADA auricular acupuncture protocol throughout the Midwest. Virginia also has been trained in EMDR and specializes in addiction treatment/trauma therapy for those seeking help in their recovery.She is a registered trainer with the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, was the former Registered Trainer Representative on the NADA board.
You can contact Virginia at (734) 277-7347 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on sponsoring a training at your facility.
As a clinician in active long-term recovery from drugs and alcohol for 33 years, I have found the NADA protocol to be the most effective treatment for patients and clients, It is an immediate and non-verbal short-term treatment that has long-lasting results. - Virginia June