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  Find Knowledge Within Self Through ACP Program
by Bill Decken, DC, LCP


Bill Decken, D.C., LCP

Galileo once said, “You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him to find it within himself.” If you have been considering a challenge for your self, if you sense something inside trying to be expressed outwardly, why not consider the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) course at Sherman College? It sheds new light on basic chiropractic concepts and introduces contemporary issues so you can examine the connections to both chiropractic philosophy and your personal philosophy.

Sherman College is gearing up for its third ACP program to begin at Lyceum 2008. The ACP is a one-year postgraduate study, but it is not limited to chiropractic philosophy. Previous students of the course have understood that the thinking that guides their intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence they have. They have brought their own interests with them and developed deeper levels of thinking about those interests. Areas of study have included technique, science, transcendent connections and communicating chiropractic to the public.

You will leave our ACP program equipped and confident that you can do more to advance chiropractic, in your community and beyond. If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please e-mail me at