San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 26, 2015
The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine announces several upcoming webinars. These will be on the topics of the DAOM Program as well as Marketing Basics for Healers & Therapists.
The DAOM Program Overview Webinar will be hosted by Dr. Carla Wilson, who will give an overview of the program and provide the next steps on how to prepare for the spring quarter. The webinar will be from noon to 12:30 p.m. March 25, March 27, April 1 and April 3. Attendees can log in from work or home.
Dr. Wilson is the former chair of the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She has more than 25 years of experience in the field of Asian medicine and public health. Since 1987, she has worked in integrative medicine, research and nonprofit health care organization. Currently, Dr. Wilson is Dean of the Doctoral Program and Director of Research at ACTCM.
For any questions about the DAOM Program, email LauraPortlock(at)actcm(dot)edu or call 415-229-7981.
The Marketing Basics for Healers & Therapists webinar will be held from 11 a.m. to noon on April 7. Rebecca Farrar will host the lecture and highlight the simple ways businesses can increase their visibility without feeling stressed. Farrar has more than a decade of experience in marketing, including advertising, social media and public relations. She will discuss the various marketing channels and explain which ones offer the most benefit for the least amount of effort. For more details about this event, hosted by CIIS Career Development, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/796144057132721/.
For more information about ACTCM’s upcoming webinars and other events, visit http://www.actcm.edu/events.
About the college:
Founded in 1980, ACTCM is one of the oldest Traditional Chinese Medicine colleges in the country and was the first in the nation to be approved to offer the Master's of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. ACTCM has been honored for its curriculum, faculty and acupuncture clinic, and voted "Best of the Bay" by both the San Francisco Weekly and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. The college has also been honored for its role in animal conservation and partnerships with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Save the Tiger Fund.