Course sessions |  3 Tuesdays, January 7, 14, 2019 | 5:00 - 7:00 pm Pacific time

-------

Free Bonus Session
Title: Navigating a Complex Case of Multiple Sclerosis Using Hahnemannian Case Management 
5:00 - 6:00 pm Pacific time | Tuesday, December 3
-------

Overview

21st century homoeopathic practitioners are still not being taught Hahnemann’s Advanced Methods regarding potency, remedy administration, and follow up. Are you stuck not knowing how to use Q potencies or Centesimal potencies in water? Do you understand similar/dissimilar aggravations and how these reactions can inform your case management? Have you ever been convinced of the accuracy of your homoeopathic prescription but been unable to successfully administer the remedy? These questions (and more) will be answered during this 6-hour course.

Starting with the source, the 4th, 5th and 6th editions of the Organon, we will review the development of Hahnemann’s most successful prescribing techniques and how they can be pragmatically applied in your practice today. Using cases from practice we will explore the decision making process from the 1st prescription through ongoing case management. If you faithfully apply these techniques you will increase your success rate, helping your patients heal.

What you will learn in this course:

  • Q potency administration
  • Centesimal potencies in medicinal solution
  • When to choose which potency scale
  • Curing with little to no aggravation
  • Using similar/dissimilar aggravations to manage remedy response
  • In-depth case management techniques to facilitate cure
  • Practical follow-up protocol to expedite patient communication

 

Don’t miss the most highly rated speaker at JAHC 2019!
Dr. Gregory Pais has been successfully employing Hahnemann’s Advanced Methods in his practice for 26 years. If you want to master these methods in your practice, join his upcoming course on Hahnemannian Posology and Practical Case Management.

Learn more about this course:  http://wholehealthnow.com/courses/hahnemannian-posology.html