The San Diego Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine was founded in 2011 as the reincarnation of the branch formerly located in San Francisco, CA. The original San Francisco branch was founded in 2008 and successfully provided Northern California students with two complete cycles of the training, thus graduating a considerable number of graduates. Also clinical training was offered during that time and ICEAM supervisors treated hundreds of patients in both South and East Bay locations. The final Jingui Yaolue series in the Bay Area was completed in the summer of 2011, after which the branch moved down to San Diego.
Between 2011 and 2013, San Diego ICEAM successfully offered the full cycle of teachings and graduated a sizeable cohort of Diplomates of Canonical Chinese Medicine. Currently, the San Diego branch is not offering classroom training and is only conducting clinical training for existing Diplomates. Supervisors Versluys and Bonzak conduct these trainings, and Stephen Bonzak, director of Chicago ICEAM, manages the organization of said clinics.
For more information about potential future California training cycles, and/or the current clinical training, please contact ICEAM headquarters at email@example.com or director Stephen Bonzak at firstname.lastname@example.org.