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March 09, 2015

All About Acupuncture with Abbye Silverstein
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This week's guest is Abbye Silverstein. Abbye is a Colorado licensed Acupuncturist, and she's here to discuss the basics of Acupuncture, and how it can be used to treat anxiety, the body, mind, and the spirit.
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Corporate Talk: Acupuncture with Abbye Silverstein
There are a lot of misconceptions about what acupuncture is and what it can do for you. Abbye Silverstein is here to clear that all up and explain why it is something you may want to consider for your physical, and in some cases, mental pain
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Links to Related Websites:
Council Of Colleges Of Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
The Council is a 501(c)(6) voluntary membership association for acupuncture schools and programs in the U.S. Established in 1982, the Council’s primary mission is to advance AOM by promoting educational excellence in the field. The vision of the organization is that the Council will be the recognized authority and leader in acupuncture and Oriental medicine education.

The Accreditation Commission For Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
The Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) is the national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for the accreditation and pre-accreditation ("Candidacy") throughout the United States of first-professional master's degree and professional master's-level certificate and diploma programs in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, and professional post-graduate doctoral programs in acupuncture and in Oriental medicine (DAOM), as well as freestanding institutions and colleges of acupuncture and Oriental medicine that offer such programs.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Abbye Silverstein
Abbye Silverstein is a Colorado licensed Acupuncturist. She holds a Masters of Acupuncture from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Laurel, Maryland and has been in private practice since 1999. She is a Five Element trained practitioner specializing in pain anxiety, stress and PTSD. Also, her background includes training at a master’s level in humanistic/transpersonal psychology counseling with 3 years in addictions counseling as well as 16 years in corporate human resources specializing in recruiting, employee relations and training and development. For 8 years, Abbye was an Associate Professor and clinical supervisor at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO. From 2007-2011, she administered the acupuncture recovery program for Larimer County Probation and Community Corrections Center. Currently, she is completing her two books, an acupuncture manual for acupuncturists and a a book for the public, “Acupuncture: Answering Your 7 Frequently Asked Questions”.