Jacqueline Mangold is an addictions medicine specialist and NADA trainer. Jacqueline qualified as a shiatsu practitioner with the Ohashi Institute in 1996 and as an acupuncturist at the College of Traditional Acupuncture in 1998, gaining her Advanced Liscence in 2002. Her interests centre around holistic methods in the treatment of alcohol and other drug dependence. Jacqueline worked at the Core Trust - a London based drug and alcohol rehabilitation day centre - for many years as a practitioner and co-ordinator of complementary therapies and as assessor for NADA-UK. She is now a trainer and assessor for NADA Great Britain in the Oxfordshire area, runs a private acupuncture and shiatsu practice in Oxford and teaches lyengar yoga.
Rachel Peckham is a world leading authority on the use of the NADA ear acupuncture protocol for drug and alcohol addictions. Rachel studied at the College of Traditional Acupuncture in Leamington Spa and qualified as an Acupuncturist in 1994. Rachel is on the Board of Directors for NADA Great Britain and has trained hundreds of practitioners across the UK in the use of the NADA protocol. Rachel is passionate about ensuring vulnerable people are offered compassionate healthcare.