Course Overview

Evening Lecture Series: Healing is Not a Static Process - Understanding the differentiated phases and observable dynamics within the treatment course of an illness

First Morning Session: Medicinal Plant and Observational Skills Lab

Second Morning Session: Integrative Medical Text Study - Small group practice of clinical problem-solving skills

First Afternoon Session (with Carmen Eppel, MD): Rhythm and Transition - An integrative approach to understanding the time element in women's health

First Afternoon Session (with Adam Blanning, MD): Individualizing Treatment in Chronic Disease
*This session selection is recommended for newcomers and those just beginning in Anthroposophic Medicine

First Afternoon Session (with Philip Incao, MD): Advanced Topics in Anthroposophic Medicine
*This session selection is intended for those more experienced in Anthroposophic Medicine

Second Afternoon Session (with Albert Schmidli, PharmD): Is Our Goal Formation or Dissolution? - Exploring the pharmacologic principles that underlie stimulatory and suppressive treatments in both chronic and acute illness
*This session selection is recommended for newcomers and those just beginning in Anthroposophic Medicine

Second Afternoon Session (with Andrea Rentea, MD): Finding Systemic Patterns in Illness
*This session selection is limited to licensed practitioners with at least two years IPMT experience.
Questions? Write to us at paamdrscourse@anthroposophy.org.

Second Afternoon Session (with Glenda Monasch, TE): Eurythmy Movement Therapy - Movement Exercises for Recovery and Rehabilitation

 

Course offerings, descriptions and teachers subject to change. 

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