William is a licensed massage therapist (1991), licensed acupuncturist (1997), NCCAOM certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology (1997/2000) and holds a Master of Higher Education Administration (2014). In 2001 they became a faculty member at the Swedish Institute and was the Chair of the Clinic and Clinical Skills departments in 2009 and 2010.

They joined Pacific College in 2000 and has taught in the clinic and classroom. They have served as the Chair of Clinical Practice, Chair of Classical Chinese Medicine Department, Chair of the Oriental Medicine Department, Faculty Governance Chair and until December of 2019, Director of Education.

They were a board member of the New York Acupuncture Coalition in 2002 and the Acupuncture Society of New York in 2007/8.

They have coauthored Testimony Against Bills S5356 and S2079 (2000), Pain in Urban Primary Care (2013), and Developing, Integrating and Implementing EIP Curricula Throughout a Chinese Medicine Degree Program (2020).

William retired from a 20-year private practice in 2018 and is currently an Assistant Professor teaching Acupoints for Massage Therapists, a course which he has taught for almost 10 years.

If you are interested in learning more about our acupuncture degree programs or our massage therapy certificate and degree programs, please visit the Pacific College of Health and Science’s acupuncture programs page or the Pacific College of Health and Science’s massage therapy degree program page.

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