October 12, 2021
with Stephen Saeks
October 12, 2021
5pm PDT, 8pm EDTRegister
The topic of this live presentation will cover the description and understanding of different Personality disorders and clinical treatments. This discussion will cover types/characteristics of Personality Disorders, discussion of advanced clinical knowledge and applications, overview of clinical materials, including presentations and discussion of participants’ cases.
Dr. Saeks became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in 1975, and over the years he expanded his study of TCM to explore the role it could play in the treatment of stress, addictive behaviors, and other psychological conditions.
with Josephine SpilkaSee In Store
We’ll take a look at essential oils made from seeds, roots, branches and flowers as we explore how you can engage the essence in your body to nourish, enrich, heal and grow. Each special plant part offers unique functions that support our bodies, hearts and minds in novel ways, inviting you into a deeper relationship with nature while nurturing yourself. When you nourish the essence you strengthen your foundation, creating security and stability while fostering creativity and inspiration.
Offered are some basics for working with the essential oils. Some of the oils featured are Caraway Seed, Carrot Seed, Jasmine, Neroli, Cedarwood and Vetiver. We’ll also take a look at some Chinese herbal medicinal essential oils such as Bai Zi Ren, Wu Wei Zi and Dang Gui. You’ll be able to use these oils right away for yourself, your family and your clients to nourish from the roots right to the tips of the branches, from seed to blossom!
Josephine Spilka, M.S., L.Ac., has been practicing Classical Chinese Medicine and Buddhist meditation for over 20 years, and is focused on investigating the relationship with essence in its many forms.
with Elisa Rossi
Elisa Rossi is a practicing acupuncturist of 40 years as well as an MD and Jungian Psychotherapist, with a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Having spent 3 months in China in 1983 researching for shen-hun-po, and subsequently publishing her book “Shen” in 2002, it is clear to Elisa that her interest is in the internal side of human being. And Chinese Medicine is an incredible tool to look at these forces, and to do something about their disorders. It can give some meaning to conditions that may appear confused and confusing, some help to whom is suffering.
Some patients speak directly of anxiety or depression, while others express their emotional discomfort through pain, chest oppression, abdominal swelling, fatigue, insomnia, etc. There are times when the “emotional illness” shows itself clearly, others in which it seeps inside in even more alarming ways. Using acupuncture we do not to have to separate emotional and somatic levels.
This introduction about shen and the 4 courses that spring from it are based on careful reference to the Classics, so to be able to be creative and effective in our daily practice.
Clinical cases are discussed all along, with their doubts and failures, so to connect to real experience.
Contents: meaning of shen, hun, po and use in our practice; the role of emotions and how to recognize them; “psycho-emotional” diagnostic patterns and treatment guidelines; “psycho-emotional” classical signs and syndromes. Complete and clear handouts.
Elisa Rossi PhD, MD, is a Psychiatrist, Acupuncturist, and Licensed Psychotherapist. In 1994 Elisa co-founded the School of TCM “MediCina” and from 2006 she is member of Milan Medical Board for Non-Conventional Medicine. Elisa has written numerous books and has lectured extensively around the world.
with Suzanne RobidouxSee In Store
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other effectively. In MS, the body presents with a wide range of symptoms; some physical, emotional or psychological. Symptoms can range from sudden paralysis, sudden blindness, muscle twitching or weakness, muscle atrophy, incontinence of stool and urine, mental confusion, aphasia, depression, loss of memory or loss of cognitive functions and so on. This disease mainly affects women three times more than men, between the ages of 20 to 40. It is recorded that there were over 20 million cases of MS in Northern Europe.
Western medicine has reached a certain level of advancements when it comes to diagnosing this disease. However, the causes of MS are still considered unknown and treatments of MS are still experimental and have severe side effects such as mild or severe depression, multi organ failure and death. Chinese medicine can greatly affect the quality and length of the life. With the right treatment approach, we can treat the presenting symptoms and prevent them from returning. Using the wealth of information given to us in the classical Chinese medicine we are able to have effective treatment for MS patients.
In this recorded seminar, Dr. Robidoux clearly explains the classical understanding of the body and mind in Chinese medicine and relates it to severe degenerative neurological diseases. Dr. Robidoux presents important treatment protocols effective for MS using some body and scalp acupuncture, moxibustion and herbal medicine. Dr. Robidoux also covers additional treatment approaches for over 20 of the main symptoms seen in MS.
Dr. Robidoux was involved in a Chinese medicine research treating MS with Chinese medicine and has successfully treated MS patients in Canada and Europe successfully. She introduces some of the clinical cases and treatment protocols.
Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, Ph.D, DAOM, L.Ac., has lived Asia for almost 2 decades, studying TCM with various masters. She completed her Ph.D. in acupuncture at Nanjing University, and specializes in neurological and psychological disorders. Having translated and edited over 20 professional Chinese medical textbooks, she is asked to lecture internationally often.
Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, Ph.D, DAOM, L.Ac., has lived Asia for almost 2 decades, studying TCM with various masters. She completed her Ph.D. in acupunctu...
Elisa Rossi PhD, MD, is a Psychiatrist, Acupuncturist, and Licensed Psychotherapist. In 1994 Elisa co-founded the School of TCM “MediCina” and from 20...
Dr. Saeks became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in 1975, and over the years he expanded his study of TCM to explore the role it coul...