Becca Bergman Bull is a licensed acupuncturist and Eastern medicine practitioner in Washington State and a board-certified Diplomate of Acupuncture by the NCCAOM. She holds a Masters of Acupuncture from Pacific College of Health and Science in New York City, a four-year program that combines Eastern holistic healing with Western biomedical science.
Becca graduated cum laude from Occidental College with a degree in English and moved to New York to work as a magazine editor and writer for a decade. After becoming a mother, she began searching for a new career that would fulfill a long-held desire to help people in a hands-on way. Having grown up in a family of Western physicians, Becca has always been interested in medicine, but felt more drawn to the Eastern model of addressing the root causes of dysfunction as well as the mind-body connection. She enjoys treating people at every stage of life, and has undertaken further education on fertility and pediatrics.
While serving patients at Glow, Becca is also working towards earning her Doctorate of Acupuncture (DAc) through PCHS, a program that delves further into integrative medicine, evidence-informed practice, and understanding healthcare systems.
In her free time, Becca, a native Seattleite, wrangles her two daughters, takes long, blustery walks, and curls up with cookbooks and novels, preferably historical fiction.