Can Acupuncture Treat Cancer?

An Interview with TCM Oncology Specialist Dr. Erlene Chiang For years, cancer patients have sought out traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to help counteract the harsh side effects…

Q&A With Paz Vizcarra, LAc, Adjunct Clinic Supervisor

As part of our faculty Q&A series, we sat down with clinic supervisor Paz Vizcarra. She’s best known among students as a spunky, energetic practitioner whose clinic…

Q&A with Dr. Jung Kim: Assistant Director of Clinical Education at ACTCM

To get to know our teachers and supervisors beyond the classroom and the clinic, we’re sitting down with a different faculty member each month to ask them…

Dr. Kim Jung talking with two American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) students.

Dr. Steve Given Featured on Everyday Acupuncture Podcast

November 3, 2017

The ACTCM Associate Academic Dean, Dr. Steve Given, was recently interviewed on Everyday Acupuncture, a podcast that features experienced practitioners speaking about how you can apply the principles…

Faculty Spotlight: Pam Olton

When Pamela Olton sums up her teaching philosophy into just a few words, it boils down to “being honest, generous, and hands-on.” Much of Olton’s pedagogy was…

Introducing new Financial Aid Director, Daryl Cullen

May 20, 2010

Hello ACTCM community, my name is Daryl Cullen and I am the new Director of Financial Aid. I have been in financial aid for several years now,…

CNN article on tiger farms quotes ACTCM President

February 23, 2010

Tiger farms: A conservation idea red in tooth and claw? By Dean Irvine, CNN Many believe that Beijing’s 1993 international ban helped to change attitudes, particularly in…

ACTCM President Appears in CNN Story on Efforts to Eliminate TCM’s Use of Engangered Animal Parts

January 11, 2010

CNN’s Emily Chang reports on efforts to fight the use of endangered animal parts in traditional Chinese medicine. Click here to watch the CNN video.

Chinese Medicine Helps Shed Those Holiday Pounds

December 11, 2009

Statistics suggests that, on average, Americans gain about 2-5 pounds during the winter holiday season— the six-weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Although this amount may…

Healing without Harm: Interviews with Lixin Huang and Jill Robinson

November 19, 2009

Lixin Huang, president of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM), recently participated in an event called “Healing Without Harm”. Huang joined Jill Robinson, founder and…