March 9, 2013
Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) Healing Community Trauma Training will be at SCUHS on March 9-10th (Sat/Sun)
"How To Do Acupuncture for Traumatic Events" is the main topic for both days, 8 am to 7 pm
Room M-70 (located on the side of the campus closest to Candlelight Drive)
Training Registration and Information
Healing Community Trauma: How to do Acupuncture for Traumatic Events
NCCAOM National and State (CA, FL and TX) approved continuing education
March 9-10, 2013
- How to set up a Mobile Clinic.
- How to create teams that flourish together.
- How to work in a disaster situation.
- How to work with severely traumatized communities and individuals.
- How to recognize and manage acute traumatic stress.
- How to set up a community acupuncture event in your local area.
- Ethical and safety issues.
- Qi gong instruction and practice for reducing stress in toxic situations.
- Logistics and practical application of a Community Style acupuncture session.
Participation in an AWB training is not solely for the purpose of becoming an AWB volunteer. We welcome all attendees, whether or not you will become or already are an AWB volunteer.
PDA/CEUs:15 PDA/CEUs accepted by the NCCAOM, Texas, Florida, and California (including 4 PDAs that meet the Ethics and Safety requirements of the NCCAOM).
Southern California University of Health Sciences
16200 E. Amber Valley Drive
Whittier, CA 90604
Dates: March 9-10, 2013
Times:Saturday and Sunday - 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Room: M-70 (side of the campus closest to Candlelight Drive)
$329 - Early Bird (payment received on or before February 23, 2013)
$349 - Regular Registration (payment received after February 23, 2013)
Space may be limited, so early payment is recommended.
Please Note: In response to requests at recent trainings, participants will now receive a printed copy of the AWB Clinic Field Manual (this was previously only provided electronically,) as well as a more in-depth Training Participant Manual. Together these two documents represent 150 pages of information that is unique and invaluable for implementing mobile field clinics. Current training prices reflect the inclusion of these printed materials as a courtesy to training participants.
Discounts: AWB Members, students, volunteers with "AWB-Supported Disaster Relief Efforts". See details below in the payment section.
Payment may be by check or credit card.
Online: click the appropriate link below
To pay by check: fill out the online registration information, select "check" as your payment option, finish the registration process and send your check to:
Acupuncturists Without Borders
909 Virginia NE, Suite 211
Albuquerque, NM 87108
NOTE: We can not hold your place in the training until your payment is received. All checks must be post-marked by the early bird deadline date in order to qualify for the early bird rate.
By Fax: download and print the registration form Here
$329 (payment received on or before February 23, 2013)[Register]
Discounted Early Bird
AWB Members, students, volunteers with "AWB-Supported Disaster Relief Efforts" with Early Bird Rate $299.00 [Register]
$349 (payment received after February 23, 2013)[Register]
AWB Members, students, volunteers with "AWB-Supported Disaster Relief Efforts" $319 (payment received after February 23, 2013) [Register]
All former AWB trainees may attend a training at 1/2 price. PDA's are applicable if you are in a new certification period since the last time you took the training. [Register]
CANCELLATION POLICY: AWB will grant refunds for cancellations as follows:
75% refunded if you cancel before or on February 23, 2013
25% refunded if you cancel after February 23, 2013 and on or before March 2, 2013
No refund after March 2, 2013, although there will be credit granted for a future training (within one calendar year) There will be a $35.00 processing fee for any postponed registrations.