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Blog 2019-01-30T15:37:11-04:00

Successful Graduate Profiles

Would you like to be featured on our website as a Successful Graduate?

For the purpose of this endeavor, we are considering a “successful graduate” to be someone who:

  • practices Five Element acupuncture the way they learned it at the Academy
  • has a full-time practice that they built, and
  • feels that they are successful in their practice

If you meet those criteria and are interested in having your profile (including a photo) to be featured on the Academy’s website, please:

  1. Verify that your practice information is correct in our Practitioner Referral Page. If not, submit an update form here.
  2. Fill out the Successful Graduate Questionnaire. There are seven questions in the questionnaire. Questions 1-5 will have brief responses. Questions 6-7 provide you with an opportunity to expand upon the most rewarding aspects of your practice and to convey essential tips to guide other AOM students and graduates in establishing successful practices. Thus, Questions 6 and 7 are the most important questions and we encourage you to think carefully about your responses and the potential value they may have to future and even current practitioners.
  3. Fill out a Release of Liability form and email it to us. Please include one or two high-resolution photos.

Successful Graduate Profile- Catherine Hollingsworth

July 19th, 2018|Categories: Successful Graduate Profile|

Catherine Hollingsworth, Class 29 Red Sage Acupuncture Miami, FL Catherine Hollingsworth, Class 29 Please describe your practice. Full-time solo practice. I have no specialization and see teens and adults from all backgrounds. Do [...]

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Restoring the Natural Flow of Health

January 30th, 2017|Categories: Five Element Acupuncture, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |

What is sickness and what allows for healing? Students at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture may find themselves asking these questions again and again. The clinical residency inspires students to challenge their assumptions about [...]

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