2013 Continuing Education Series

Reasons justifying the use of a homeopathic complex
remedy vs a single homeopathic remedy

presented by Jean Lacombe, DHom

3 consecutive weekly 2 hour sessions, held at 7:30 pm (EST) on Tuesday evenings starting
MARCH 26th until APRIL 9th, 2013.

The best and the most experienced homeopaths sometimes find themselves unable to prescribe a single remedy. Why is this?

Any homeopath or practitioner with a certain amount of experience comes to the conclusion at some point (as did Hahnemann) that, for multiple reasons, it is often difficult to access the characteristic, interesting and pertinent symptoms that lead the choice of THE single remedy. The prescription of the unique remedy is simply impossible without a totality of characteristic symptoms!
This is why numerous homeopaths and practitioners practicing classical homeopathy around the world, add the use of complex homeopathy to their therapeutic toolbox. Along with easy usage comes a remarkable effectiveness in their mode of action. What every therapist is searching for is results that satisfy the patient.

Program:

What is complex homeopathy?
It is a remedy, diluted and dynamized and formulated with several components having a synergistic action.
Therefore in a complex such as one for menopause, we might find several homeopathic remedies that are recognized for their action on heat flushes, perspiration, etc. that all aim at stimulating the defense mechanism by orientating it in the specific direction of the patient’s symptoms.
The biggest characteristic of complex homeopathy resides in its simplicity. Its effectiveness is based on the capacity of the therapist to recognize the “cause” of the problem being treated. Therefore, a complex chosen for liver drainage does not simply drain or detoxify the liver; it will also have an action on the psychological dimension of the patient, notably on his/her irritability. This is how a complex homeopathic remedy can treat both the symptom and the cause!
This seminar will consist of a revision of the homeopathic material medica with examples of complex remedies that have the capacity to improve or cure a dozen health problems that are frequently experienced by our patients. We will also look at the rules of thumb to prescribing in acute and chronic cases.


Time: 3 consecutive weeks 2 hour sessions, held at 7:30 pm (EST) / 4:30 (PST)
on Tuesday eveningsstarting March 26th until April 9th, 2013.

Cost: $45 + taxes
Students: $15 + taxes

To register contact us at:
1-877-417-6298 (USA Clients)
1-800-361-6663 (Canada Clients)

Approved for 1 Homeopathy and 2 General CE Credits by the BDDT-N

Jean received his diploma in acupuncture in 1985 and pursued his studies in classical homeopathy under the tutelage of Dr. Diwan Ramesh Chand and continuing his education through seminars in various countries with some of the world’s great homeopaths. Jean has been practicing and teaching homeo-pathy for more than 25 years.

He is the founder of the first homeopathic school in Québec (Centre de Techniques Homéopathiques), is an international speaker and teacher and is the author of «Approche de l’univers énergétique et de l’homéopathie», «L’âme et l’essence de 100 remèdes homéopathiques» as well as «Homéopathie et médecine naturelle pour 50 problèmes de santé».
Jean is also the founder and director of the Centre homéopathique du Québec (CHQ) specialized in on-line education.

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The Gastrointestinal Matrix
presented by Dr. Robin Di Pasquale, ND, RH (AHG)


April 20-21, 2013 (Sat.-Sun.)
Toronto, ON

In this two-day course, the many facets of health and disease will be woven back to the overall function of the gastrointestinal system.
Inherited patterns, lifestyle habits and choices, and developed belief systems are all expressed through how well the digestive system functions, and how this ripples its impact throughout all body systems. The way we live our lives on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels all contribute to overall digestion, assimilation, and elimination of food, but also of all interfaces with the world. Keeping this dynamic dance in balance will be explored through mindfulness, movement, and natural medicines. We will investigate and apply gemmotherapy, biotherapeutic drainage, herbal medicine, homeopathy, and nutrition as therapeutic allies.

Outline of topics to be explored:

1. Development of our relationship to food
2. A look at terrain and its many aspects
3. Detoxification/Drainage
a. Approaching detoxification, what does that mean
b. Homotoxicology – humoral and cellular, Dr. Reckeweg
4. Gut structure and function
a. A brief review of who does what and why and how
5. The gut and nourishment
a. Maldigestion and malabsorption
b. Sympathetic dominance
c. Bitter herbs
d. Digestive enzymes
6. Dysbiosis and probiotics
a. SIBO
7. Gut tonicity, too tight, too loose
8. The gut and the nervous system
9. The gut and the immune system
a. Leaky gut
b. Allergies, the body burden
c. Autoimmune
10 The gut and its relation to skin health and disease
a. Through case studies, a look at skin conditions, and tying them back to gut health and healing.

Location: To be determined in GTA

Date: April 20-21st, 2013 (Sat.-Sun.) from 9:00 to 4:30
Cost: $150 + taxes
(Lunch & free parking included)

Early bird special:
$100 + taxes before March 8th
Students: $20 + taxes

Deadline to register: April 5th

To register contact us at:
1-877-417-6298 (USA Clients)
1-800-361-6663 (Canada Clients)

CE credits have been applied for.

Robin DiPasquale is a licensed ND and registered herbalist. A graduate from Bastyr University where, upon graduation, she served didactic and clinical faculty for fifteen years. She was chair of the botanical medicine department for eight years, during which time she developed and implemented the Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences degree program.

Dr. DiPasquale is a clinical associate professor in the department of bio-behavioural nursing and health systems at the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Clinic as an ND consultant. Robin began her study of gemmotherapy while she was a student at Bastyr. She has been able to expand this study through work with several Italian natural medicine practitioners and herbalists while living and traveling in Italy. Robin is published nationally and internationally on works related to herbs and herbal medicine. She is an Anusara influenced yoga teacher and has a naturopathic clinic in Madison, WI.

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Immunity 101: An integrated, physiological approach
to clinical management and regulation of disease

presented by Dr. Michael Rahman, B.Sc., ND

June 1st, 2013 (Sat.)
Toronto, ON

Dr. Rahman will be sharing his knowledge and experience on how to use Dr. Reckeweg Homeopathic Specialties in your practice from a homotoxicological point of view.

The lecture will cover concepts of:

1) The body’s ability to respond, an understanding of inflammation and detoxification from a homotoxicological perspective, with an overview of the concept of matrix and matrix regulation especially with the complexities of the autoimmune process.

2) The regulation of the immune system and endocrine is the focus, and after an introduction to the primary complex remedies of immune regulation and endo-regulatory complexes.

3) A look at the clinical aspects of the respiratory system, digestive, dermatology and autoimmune with some case studies.

4) As an intertwined bonus, a look at interpreting a standard blood panel of CBC and chemistry for clues for endocrine and immune dysfunction.

Location: To be determined in GTA

Date: June 1st, 2013 (Sat.) from 9:00 to 4:30
Cost: $85 + taxes
(Lunch & free parking included)

Early bird special:
$60 + taxes before April 12th
Students: $15 + taxes

Deadline to register: May 24th

To register contact us at:

1-877-417-6298 (USA Clients)
1-800-361-6663 (Canada Clients)

CE credits have been applied for.

Dr. Michael Rahman is a Naturopathic Doctor practicing over 15 years with clinics in Toronto and Durham. After completing his Bachelor of Science with an emphasis on biology at McMaster University in 1993, he furthered his studies at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto, completing the four year doctorate program.

Dr. Rahman’s practice focuses on biological medicine and its treatment of chronic diseases, from fibromyalgia to cancer, and healthy age management. His practice interest also includes naturopathic cosmetic care, blending naturopathic medicine with cosmetic approaches and technology to enhance health and beauty. He lectures and instructs naturopathic doctors from across Canada and the United States on naturopathic care, natural non-invasive cosmetic care, and advanced homo-toxicological approaches to disease.

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