Highlights of the faculty, students, and alumni
Compiled by the Tai Sophia Library for the Research and Scholarship Committee, updated November, 2011. A print version of this information is available here.
Balles, T. (2004). Dancing with the ten thousand things: Ways to become a powerful healing presence. New York: iUniverse, Inc.
Brandt, E. (2004). Business planning workbook for acupuncturists: Five steps to a flourishing private practice. Laurel, MD: Abundant Splendor Press.
Connelly, D. M. (1975). Traditional acupuncture: The law of the five elements. Laurel, MD: Tai Sophia Press.
Connelly, D. M. (1993). All sickness is homesickness. (2nd ed.). Laurel, MD: Tai Sophia Press.
Connelly, D. M., & Porter, K. H. (2003). Alive and awake: Wisdom for kids: A guide to raising children consciously. Laurel, MD: Tai Sophia Press.
Duggan, R. M. (2003). Common sense for the healing arts: Essays by Robert M. Duggan. Laurel, MD: Tai Sophia Press.
Finn Gilbert, H. (2003). Official point location definitions, levels 1 and 2. Laurel, MD: Author.
Finn Gilbert, H. (2006). Supporting mountain: Guide for the point location student. Laurel, MD: Author.
Finn Gilbert, H., & Sterling, K. (2006). Point location manual, levels 1 and 2. Laurel, MD: Authors.
Grissmer, J. (2005). Another view: Cholesterol. Maryland Acupuncture Society Newsletter.
Grissmer, J. (2009) Editorial. Maryland Acupuncture Society Newsletter.
Grissmer, J. (2002). Notes of a qi tender. In Cassidy, C. M. (Ed.), Contemporary Chinese medicine and acupuncture (pp.178-182). Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingstone.
Jarrett, L. S. (1998). Nourishing destiny: The inner tradition of Chinese medicine. Stockbridge, MA: Spirit Path Press.
Jarrett, L. S. (2003). The clinical practice of Chinese medicine. Stockbridge, MA: Spirit Path Press.
Morganstein, W. M. (2005). Auricular acupuncture in the treatment of xerostomia. The Journal of Chinese Medicine. (79) October, 5-9.
Most, H. (2002). The NCCAOM guided study manual (revised annually). Laurel, MD: Author.
Smith, S. (1998). Five element acupuncture handbook (2nd ed.). Columbia MD: Author.
Presented at conferences
Connelly, D. M. (2006, October). Medicine words: Language of love for the treatment room of life. Speech presented at True North 2006 Annual Conference. Scarborough, ME.
Connelly, D. M. (2008, August). Language of love for the treatment room of life: Medicine words. Speech presented at American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Convention and Exposition. Phoenix, AZ.
Connelly, D. M. & Pert, C. (2007, October) Science, spirit, & creativity: A conversation between a scientist and a healer. Speech presented at Baltimore Bioneers Conference. Baltimore, MD.
Duggan, R. M. & Pizzorno, J.E. (2007, February) Patient empowerment vs. practitioner responsibility for diagnosis and public health requirements. Speech presented at International Complementary & Natural Healthcare Expo, New York, NY.
Duggan, R. M. (2007, August) Redefining health through policy & practice. Speech presented at the Annual Conference of Naturopathic Physicians, Palm Springs, CA.
Duggan, R. M. & Roy, R. (2007, September) The new scientific context for healing. Opening remarks and welcome presented at The Science of Whole Person Healing Conference. Laurel, MD.
Duggan, R. M. (2007, October) Success: Healing presence is the key factor. Speech presented at the AAAOM Conference and Expo, Portland, OR.
Duggan, R. M. (2009, November). Robert M. Duggan: Invited presenter. [Video file]. Retrieved from http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/TEDxMidAtlantic-Bob-Duggan-1150
Duggan, R. M. (2009, October) The story behind the story of illness. Speech presented at Building Bridges - TCM World Foundation Conference, Chantilly, VA.
Duggan, R. M. (2008, November) Healing presence – the essence of therapeutic relationships. Speech presented at Building Bridges - TCM World Foundation Conference, Chantilly, VA.
Larson, K. (2008, January). Acupuncture for sports conditioning and treatment of sports injuries. Paper presented at the National Soccer Coaches Convention, Baltimore, MD.