Career opportunities for acupuncturists are expanding as research supports its use and consumers embrace the philosophy and practice of Chinese medicine.
Acupuncturists who study at MUIH learn how to treat on the levels of body, mind, and spirit, and are prepared with skills and techniques that come from an integrated approach that embraces a variety of Chinese medicine traditions. MUIH is also the only school in the nation with the unique Healing Presence coursework. As a result, our graduates have a competitive advantage in the marketplace and are able to take advantage of diverse career opportunities. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the current state of acupuncture as a healing discipline, the educational and licensing requirements to practice, and the wide variety of settings where acupuncturists work. Then you’ll hear about how several MUIH graduates have transformed their personal passions and goals into jobs that are viable, fulfilling, and meaningful.
David M. Blaiwas, L.Ac. currently serves as Associate Professor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at MUIIH. David has been Core Faculty since 2002, and has served as Division Chair for both the Clinical Practices and Theory Division of the Masters of Acupuncture Program. He holds certificates in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Advanced Acupuncture and Chinese Dietary Therapy, from his studies with Jeffrey Yuen. Mr. Blaiwas is a Past President of the Maryland Acupuncture Society – the state’s professional association. He maintains private clinical practices in Takoma Park and Laurel, Maryland.
Note: Time is Eastern Daylight Time.