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June 2007

Sherman inducts 9 into ACP

Nine distinguished participants were inducted as the inaugural class of Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic’s Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) program during the college’s annual homecoming program May 24.

Those inducted into the academy included Joseph J. Donofrio, D.C.; Brian R. Dooley, DC; John Hart, DC, MHS; Karen Hayhurst, RM; Jason Lubbe, DC; Brian D. Pulver, DC; Mitzi Schwartzbauer, DC; Gary W. Trout, DC; and Terry J. Van Dervort, DC.

The ACP at Sherman College is a one-year course designed to increase the understanding and depth of the philosophy of chiropractic. It is designed to challenge and inspire participants to learn and think about philosophy and its relationship to the above-down-inside-out worldview. In addition to live sessions, the ACP requires online sessions as well as the preparation and defense of a thesis, culminating each year at Lyceum.

Sherman College is now accepting candidate applications for its second ACP class. Live sessions include “The Role of Chiropractic,” “Chiropractic’s Philosophical Roots,” “The Development of Chiropractic Philosophy — 100 Years of Refinement,” and “Chiropractic — From a Physical Therapist’s Point of View.”

Successful completion of the one-year program awards the ACP designation, which is accepted by the ICA Council on Chiropractic Philosophy as the first year of study toward a diplomate in Philosophical Chiropractic Standards. For more information on the ACP, e-mail bdecken@sherman.edu or call 800-849-8771, ext. 235.

Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, www.sherman.edu

 

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