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CCATCM Graduates Helps with Acupressure Class

Recent CCATCM graduate Amy MacQuillan recently sat in on provided assistance to the CCATCM first-year students one Friday afternoon during their Acupressure Level 1 class.

In addition to becoming an Acupuncturist, Amy is also a registered massage therapist and brought a wealth of knowledge to the class. See a sampling of what happened during her visit below:

CCATCM Staff Visit China

From the middle of August to September Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine staff made a trip to China in order to promote the College. President Dr. Diana Tong Li, Chairman Dr. Franklyn Chen and Ravee Chen were there to promote the college.

CCATCM Holds Open House on Aug. 18

The Canadian College of Acupuncture & TCM held an open house on Aug. 18.

Almost 30 people were in attendance to receive treatments in Acupuncture, Acupressure and Fire Cupping from our students. They also were able to take a tour of the college, meet some of our staff and students, enjoy some refreshments and ask questions about our Acupuncture diploma programs including our upcoming intake in September.

Dr. Li was on the DocChristine radio show

On Aug. 8 CCATCM president Dr. Diana Li was on DocChristine's radio show Healthy Alternative to discuss helping couples with fertility.

Dr. Li has been helping couples with fertility for over 30 years and she has helped over 400 couples have the bundles of joy that they had been waiting so long for.

A great discussion on a hot summer day.

Here are some photos that were taken of Dr. Li and DocChrisitine sitting down and having a chat.

CCATCM 2018 graduating class was 21 students

The 2018 graduating class at the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine on July 22 was 21 students.

A large crowd, including CCATCM teachers and staff and graduates family and friends, were on hand to celebrate the achievements of this year's graduating class. Click here to see some of the photos from this year's event.

 

 

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