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Homeopathic Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorders
with Dr. Will Taylor

Homeopathic Treatment of ADD/ADHD with Will Taylor, MD.  

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It is estimated that 2-16% of children worldwide, and close to 5% of adults, experience behavioral difficulties classified as ADD/ADHD; in some school systems in North America, as many as 1 in 6 students are medicated for these diagnoses. Often closely intertwined with the inattention and distractibility these folks experience, are collections of symptoms often classified as Obsessive-Compulsive disorder, tic syndromes including Tourette's, tantrums, and conduct disorders. Some receive meaningful benefit from conventional treatments; many do not.

This course will examine the common symptomatic expressions of ADD/ADHD, translate these into the language of our homeopathic Repertory, and engage in a differential study of frequently-indicated remedies. It will closely examine a case or two each session, with attention to case taking approaches, case analysis strategies, and discussion of the indicated remedies.

This course is intended for homeopaths and students of homeopathy. We recommend that you work with a professional homeopath for best results.

For this course, Will taps years of personal experience: in clinic working with lots of wiggly, distractible ADD/ADHD kids (and adults!), as a parent of 2 intensely tubercular children (now happy/healthy adults) and his own childhood experience of leaving school daily at 11am.

"Thank you very much for the wonderful Acute care part 1 and 2. I have been taking your webinars for over a year and I have thoroughly enjoyed studying homeopathy. Your teaching methods are extraordinary. You create so much enthusiasm in a student that is amazing. I am a Family physician in private practice in Houston for over 30 years, I practice homeopathy and I am a student of homeopathy. I am missing Thursday evening class already and looking forward to your future courses." — Jyotsna A., MD, DIH