Bill Decken, D.C., L.C.P.
challenging presentations by Simon Senzon, M.A., D.C., Myron Brown, D.C., Greg
Adams, D.C., David Koch, D.C., and Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., comprised the second
session in the college’s inaugural class of the Academy of Chiropractic
Philosophers (ACP) program in August.
A class of nearly 20 participants kicked off the ACP program at Lyceum 2006 in
late May, with four live sessions including a writer’s workshop. The ACP
challenges and inspires participants to learn and think more than ever about
philosophy and its relationship to the above-down-inside-out worldview. In
addition to five live sessions offered at Lyceum and other times on the Sherman
College campus, the ACP requires five online sessions and a thesis, culminating
at Lyceum 2007.
The ACP is a one year post-graduate course which also serves as the first year
of study towards a diplomate in chiropractic philosophy. The program’s third
session will be held November 3-5 at the college’s
Fall Lyceum featuring
the International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS).
For more information on the ACP, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-849-8771, ext. 229.