Maria Broderick, Ed.D., MAOM, Lic.Ac.
Director of Clinical Education
Dr. Maria A. Broderick is an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Education at NESA. She’s earned a MAOM, Ed.D, Lic.Ac., a master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture, and a doctoral degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University.
Marie has advanced learning in pediatric acupuncture and Qigong sensory treatment for autism. In addition, Dr. Broderick has conducted research on the efficacy of holistic approaches to promoting health and well-being at Harvard’s Mind/Body Medical Institute, Boston area hospitals and research centers, as well as the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The latter of which she was appointed a post-doctoral fellow and served on the faculty as lecturer
Academic Consortium for Integrative HealthLink
Acupuncture Society of MassachusettsLink
Awards and Honors
- Schweitzer Fellow for Life
- Derek Bok Center Award for Excellence in Teaching