Hasina Cohen, L.AC.
She + Her
Hasina's practice is currently closed to new patients. She hopes to re-open in summer of 2023. Please email email@example.com to get on her waitlist.
Hi! I’m queer, nonbinary, and an eating disorder and brain injury survivor. I’m also hard of hearing and will probably ask you to speak up.
My approach to care work is rooted in three truths: that you know best what is happening for your body; that systems of oppression are real and serve as primary causes of disease; and that medicine (mostly conventional but also many forms of alternative) often participates in marginalization instead of uplifting and strengthening bodies, survival, and ways of knowing/being it doesn't value or recognize.
As your practitioner, I offer my knowledge in service of yours to craft a treatment that supports your agency and pacing. I hold a variety of tools (including insertive and non-insertive acupuncture, East Asian herbal medicine, cranial sacral and myofascial release therapies) and will partner with you in finding an approach that allows your nervous system to feel at ease.
Beyond clinical practice, I love visiting favorite swimming holes with my partner, chasing our two orange cats out of the garden, and paying attention to things I see and feel outside. (Did you know that you can find egg sized agates all over the city? They make quite a journey from ocean to river to our streets).
Hasina can accept Providence, Regence/BCBS, and Pacific Source insurance.