JEFFREY C. YUEN
About Dr. Jeffrey C. Yuen
Jeffrey C. Yuen is the 88th Generation Daoist Master of Yu Ching Huang Lao Pai (Jade Purity School), Yellow Emperor/Lao Tzu Sect, ordained by 87th Generation Daoist Master Yu Wen, Jeffrey's adoptive grandfather. Immersed in the practice and study of Daoism and the classics of Chinese medicine since early childhood, Mr. Yuen offers unparalleled knowledge of the rich, oral traditions that fully integrate physical, psychological, and spiritual facets of the medicine. Mr. Yuen is an esteemed faculty member of the American University of Complementary Medicine, Swedish Institute of Health Sciences, the New England School of Acupuncture, & Daoist Healing Arts, among other schools. He lectures internationally.
Anxiety and Trauma During Troubled Times - a Chinese Medical Perspective
12 CEUs Approved
August 26th & 27th, 2023 (SAT & SUN)
Since the dawn of civilization, communities have endured wars, famine, catastrophes, and epidemics, while others have individually struggled with abuse (such as familial, spousal, or substance), illnesses, tragedies, and uncertainties -- all of which have resulted in anxieties, worries, and depression.
Concomitant with these communal and personal issues have been the role of the prevailing medical institutions and how they therapeutically accommodate and work these concerns. While Chinese medicine focuses on the person afflicted with these anxieties that can abruptly or gradually lead to traumas, it also addresses the implications of the precipitating events and circumstances that have resulted and manifested into these psychosocial afflictions.
Ranging from the understanding of the concepts of fate, destiny, and karma to thoughtful choices made by individuals and groups/tribes/communities that can provoke anxiety, the ensuing realizations or "solutions" are entrenched in changing consciousness.
Such approaches within Chinese medicine have differed depending on the specific traditions or the level of imbalance that the afflicted individual is operating from. This seminar will look at the long history of Chinese medicine and how they deal with the pertinent situations that inherently challenge all societies and their citizens to gain a deeper perspective in working with individuals during these troubled times.
The role of Chinese medical modalities (herbs, acupuncture, stones, and essential oils) will be discussed so as to provide different clinical options that can best serve anxious beings.
** LIVE-STREAMING ONLY
EVENT DATES & TIME:
August 26th & 27th, 2023
Lecture: 10am - 5:00pm (ET)
12 CEU Hours in Category I, approved by the CA Acupuncture Board!
** NCCAOM CEU
Continuing Education Units (CEU) Requirements:
Participants must view the class "in real time" in order to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Participants must return the evaluation form after completing the lecture.
Licensed Acupuncturists/ Non-Students
- Two Days: $350
- Two Days (Student): $300
Unlicensed Oriental Medical students can receive a $50 discount on the above prices.
Refund Policy: 80% before August 10th, 2023; None Thereafter. It is not possible to transfer registrations from event to event or person to person.
1. In the event of technical difficulties, we will make every effort to ensure that any missed content is made available to you as soon as possible, this may include providing a recorded video of the missed portion on Vimeo within a month of the live stream.
2. Due to the additional expenses incurred in offering this service, we are unable to offer refunds for technical difficulties. However, all live stream participants will have the opportunity to view any missed video online.
3. Continuing Education Units (CEU's) requirements may vary based on the certifying body or institution, participants must watch the live streaming lecture in real time and return the evaluation form upon completion of the lecture to be eligible for CEU's.
** The California Acupuncture Board (CAB) approves AUCM's Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for its Continuing Education program. Although AUCM has not sought approval for CEUs from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), the NCCAOM recognizes and accepts CEUs that have been approved by the CAB. While the NCCAOM acknowledges CAB-approved CEUs, it is important to note that their policies on CEU acceptance may change. Therefore, it is the responsibility of participants to keep up-to-date on all NCCAOM policies regarding the acceptance of CAB CEUs.
4. By registering for the live stream, you acknowledge and agree to the terms outlined in this registration policy. Please note that it is always better to check with the certifying body or institution for their specific CEU requirements.
*** Please note that this and all other seminars given by AUCM are recorded. Methods used may include audio, video or still photography. Because audience members ask questions or participate as subjects in the seminars, and because recording may include audience members, AUCM requires that, as a precondition to signing up for any AUCM sponsored classes, all attendees consent, without restriction, to being recorded in whatever form recording is occurring by AUCM at the seminar. Attendees must further agree that all rights, including all intellectual property rights, to such recordings (and to all derivative works of such recordings in whatever form), shall belong exclusively to AUCM. Attendees will not be compensated in any way for providing the above permission or for releasing any rights to recordings; rather it is a precondition to attend the seminars.
**** For Livestream Participants: While we are taking reasonable precautions to keep the live stream video up and running (including redundant connections, computers, etc.) there is always a possibility of technical failure. In the event of a technical failure, any parts that are not streamed properly will be made available to the live stream participants as soon as we are able to get the recorded video uploaded to Vimeo within a months time. If they are small areas that are not demonstrations, we may upload audio only so we can get it up quickly. Due to the additional expenses we have in offering this, we are unable to offer any refunds based on technical problems. However those signed up as live stream participants will be able to view any missed video online. We do not have plans to offer this series for CEU"s online at the moment, therefore, live stream may be the only way to participate remotely in these classes.
***** Taping/Recording of the lectures will not be permitted.