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Integrating TCM with Five Elements
November 12-13 , 2011
Additional Day: November 14
21 CEUs Available (Approved for California CEUs)
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Chinese Medicine teaches that disease arises from three main areas: emotions (internal), climate (external) and lifestyle (miscellaneous/not internal, not external). Five Element acupuncture mainly deals with diagnosing and treating the internal causes, while TCM focuses primarily on the external and miscellaneous causes.
Integrating these two styles addresses all causes of disease, helps you to treat a broader range of conditions at the same time, and allows your treatment to reach a deeper, more profound level. This ensures that your patient’s body, mind and spirit are all supported.
Days 1 and 2
Using both practical exercises and theory you will learn to seamlessly integrate the two styles by:
Bonus day for only $95!
By the end of this seminar you will understand how to enhance your treatment by integrating these two styles, including diagnosis, treatment, life-style changes and taking a wider view of successful treatment.
For practitioners who understand TCM and Five Element treatment styles, this seminar will deepen the ir skill and ability to use them together.
Angela Hicks and John Hicks
Joint Principals of the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, have been in practice since the mid 1970s. Both have studied and taught Five Element Acupuncture at the College of Traditional Acupuncture with JR Worsley. They co-founded the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in 1993 combining Five Element and TCM practice. CICM is one of the largest acupuncture colleges in the UK and graduates are awarded a BSc. Honors degree by Kingston University. Angela and John use Chinese herbal medicine, as well as acupuncture in their practices, are advanced practitioners of Neuro- Linguistic Programming and also practice Qigong. They have taught TCM to postgraduates for many years and developed the Clinical Integration course for practitioners wishing to integrate Five Element and TCM skills.
Angela is author of The Principles of Chinese Medicine, The Principles of Acupuncture and The Five Secrets of Health and Happiness. John is author of The Principles of Chinese Herbal Medicine. Together they wrote Healing your Emotions. They have also co-written the textbook Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture with Peter Mole