Southwest Acupuncture College presents
"Treating Children with Oriental Medicine"
"Healing with Sho-Ni-Shin"
Soma Glick D.O.M.(NM), L.Ac., CHom.
June 12-13, 2010
SWAC, Boulder, Colorado
15 NCCAOM PDAs
15 CALIFORNIA CEUs
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
This comprehensive course covers the treatment of children
from newborn to 10 years of age. It will greatly benefit
practitioners who wish to add various Oriental techniques
into their existing pediatric practice AND those who
never worked with children before.
The course is tailored for immediate results in
clinical practice and includes:
- Identification of diagnosis and treatment of children, and how that differs from treating
- Acupuncture points, herbal formulas and homeopathy for acute disorders such as fevers, respiratory
and digestive problems that form the core of pediatric practice
- Long-term management techniques of some chronic illnesses such as allergies, asthma and eczema
- Dietary and lifestyle recommendations
- Preventative tips to maximize the health of pediatric patients
- Practical demonstration of Sho-Ni-Shin on several children on Day 2
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Soma Glick is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (NM) and a licensed acupuncturist
from the USA with a diplomate in acupuncture and herbology from the
NCCAOM and certification in classical homeopathy. After graduating from
the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico
she has completed internships in Beijing, China and Ho Chi Minh city,
Vietnam. She studied Pediatric Sho-Ni-Shin with Miki Shima ( a Japanese Sho-Ni-Shin Master).
She was a professor at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder,
Colorado from 1998 to 2005 where she developed and taught the
pediatric acupuncture course and taught many other core curriculum classes.
She ran the professional pediatric clinic and personally mentored
Since 2003 Soma has taught weekend seminars on pediatric
acupuncture around the world. She has taught with Jake Fratkin at the
CSOMA symposium in San Francisco and lectured on treating children
with Oriental medicine at the Boulder community hospital.
Soma was also invited to speak on healing and spirituality in India and
Dr. Soma, as she is affectionately known in Bali, has relocated to the island of
Bali and currently donates one day a week to the children's clinic of the ‘Bumi Sehat’ birthing clinic. There she treats up to 30 local Balinese
infants and children in the course of a morning, with sho-ni-shin, acupuncture, Chinese herbs and homeopathy.
Soma Glick has been published in the ‘Journal of Chinese Medicine’ and
in ‘Acupuncture Today'.
More information about Soma can be found on her website: http://somadevi.com.
PROFESSIONAL: $275 before May 1st, $325 after May 1st
SWAC student/Alumni: $240 before May 1st, $265 after May 1st.
Due to the expense of holding special engagement workshops, the workshop must be paid in full at the time of registration. Workshops are non refundable for any reason unless the college cancels the workshop in which case it will refund 100%.
Confirmation of workshop will be sent on May 1st 2010.
Send check or money order to in $US to:
Southwest Acupuncture College
6620 Gunpark Dr.
Boulder, CO. 80301
You will be contacted to confirm space. Please do not plan to attend without receiving confirmation.
Soma Glick D.O.M. (NM) - http://www.somadevi.com