Syllabus

Syllabi 

 

CLINICAL HOMEOPATHY I: AN INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: An Overview of Homeopathy
Chapter 2: The Homeopathic Remedy
Chapter 3: Administering Single Remedies & Complexes
Chapter 4: Using the Materia Medica & Repertory
Chapter 5: Homeopathy – A Matter of Survival

CLINICAL HOMEOPATHY II: FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS
Chapter 1: The Basic Concepts
Chapter 2: The Role of Toxins in Disease Formation
Chapter 3: The Conditions
Chapter 4: Chronic Disease – Its Evolution & Treatment

CLINICAL HOMEOPATHY III: A LOOK AT BERNARD’S CONSTITUTIONAL TYPOLOGY
Chapter 1: Bernard’s Typology with an Introduction to the Sulfuric Type
Chapter 2: The Carbonic and Phosphoric Types
Chapter 3: The Luetic Mixed Types
Chapter 4: The Sycotic Mixed Types
Chapter 5: Anamnesis and Diagnosis

CLINICAL HOMEOPATHY IV: PRACTICE & APPLICATION
Chapter 1: A Shift in Thinking
Chapter 2: The Sthenic Condition – The Healthy State
Chapter 3: The Transitory Condition – Stirrings of Disease
Chapter 4: Common Ailments of the Transitory Condition – Part 1
Chapter 5: Common Ailments of the Transitory Condition – Part 2
Chapter 6: Childhood Diseases & Conditions of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 7: Female & Male Ailments of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 8: Other Diseases of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 9: Toxins, Digestion, Inflammation

CLINICAL HOMEOPATHY V: CHRONIC DISEASE
Chapter 1: The Deficiency Syndrome – Emergence of Chronic Disease
Chapter 2: Treating Chronic Disease
Chapter 3: The Asthenic Condition – Toxin Overload
Chapter 4: Vaccination Accidents
Chapter 5: Chronic Diseases of a Special Nature
Chapter 6: Intoxication – Root Cause of Chronic Disease
Chapter 7: Bringing All the Clues Together
Chapter 8: Protocol for Chronic Disease
Chapter 9: The Marasmus Condition