Santa Monica , CA   United States
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Favorite Herb: Shan Zha
Activities: Currently reading..."The Acupuncture Response," practicing my Chi Running posture, and playing with sundry food items in the kitchen under the guise of "cooking!"


Founder of
Santa Monica,  United States

Registered Nurse - Telemetry
Los Angeles,  United States



Delia Copold, R.N., M.A. Founder of

The inspiration to create a professional and comprehensive audio recording of the TCM acupoints and their therapeutic indications came to me while attending one of Dr. David Twicken’s OM acupuncture classes in late 2005. I have been a student of Oriental medicine and acupuncture in the Masters degree program at Emperor’s College in Santa Monica, CA since 2004, and I absolutely love studying OM and acupuncture. My intention in developing the AcutherapeuticA CD box set and founding was to create a effective study tool for acupuncture therapeutics that facilitates lasting retention of this vast volume of acupoint information, while doing so in a manner that gracefully supports the eye function, heart blood, and spleen qi of TCM and OM students and practitioners everywhere. Obviously...myself included. :)

Currently, I work as a registered nurse caring for cardiology patients in an acute care setting in the Los Angeles area. In 2006-2007, I took a temporary leave-of-absence from my studies at Emperor's College of Oriental Medicine to complete my BSN at the University of Texas at Houston Health Science Center - School of Nursing in a one-year accelerated 2nd Bachelor's degree program. During my intensive nurse training at University of Texas, I had the amazing opportunity to perform clinical rotations at MD Anderson Cancer Research Hospital (Pediatrics), Methodist Hospital (Neurosurgery & CardioThoracic-ICU), Hermann-Memorial (Labor & Delivery), and the Menniger Institute (Acute Psychiatry). Previously, I completed a Masters degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica in 2004. Integrative Medicine is a movement close to my heart, and I welcome any discussions/friends with a similar interest in supporting, developing and promoting this important collaborative area of health care.