ACTCM Announces Upcoming June Events

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This June, the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine will host a webinar and a class on Classical Chinese Medicine.

The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) is hosting two exciting events in June. They will hold a webinar on the updates of the new First Professional Doctorate and a two-day class on Classical Chinese Medicine.

Webinar – First Professional Doctorate Updates
1:30-2:30 p.m. June 3
Dr. Steve Given, the Dean of Clinical Education, will lead this webinar in which he will discuss the new First Professional Doctorate program. ACTCM is currently developing this degree program based on standards approved by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM). Attendees of the webinar can log in from work or home. For any questions, contact admission at admissions(at)actcm(dot)edu or call 415-401-0464.

Classical Chinese Medicine: Understanding and Treating Emotional Extremes
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. June 21-22
This two-day class will be taught by Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee. She will cover emotions in classical Chinese medicine on the first day of the class, including how they affect the blood and qi, the role of the heart as the center of the individual, and how all organs are affected. The second day of the class will cover extreme emotions that disturb the mind, including violent emotions and madness.

For more information about ACTCM and any of their upcoming 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.

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