A PAAM Training Group Mentoring Program Offering
This is an opportunity for new learners of anthroposophic medicine to practice a three-fold approach to illness through case discussions. The meetings will explore how clinical insights and more individualized treatment plans can be developed for conditions such as headache, hypertension, sleep disorders, constipation/IBS, and other common illnesses. Suggestions for follow-up reading or other clinical resources will also be shared.
These discussions are intended for practitioners who have completed one or two IPMT training weeks, but they are also open to those who are brand new to anthroposophic medicine and are willing to do some preparatory reading ahead of the first meeting.
Each of the five 90-minute sessions will be a live webinar format, with time for questions and discussion. Each session will be recorded and made available to participants for later review, or as a back-up if you are unable to participate in one of the sessions.
The course is limited to practitioners with a license to prescribe medicines (MD, DO, ND, NP, PA), and enrollment will be capped at twenty participants.
Course moderator: Alicia Landman-Reiner, MD
Dr. Landman-Reiner practiced Anthroposophic Medicine (AM) as a board-certified family doctor, and founded and directed PAAM’s training programs through 2015. She is a beloved teacher and especially enjoys working with newcomers to AM.
Dates: Wednesdays, May 15th, June 5th, June 26th, July 17th, August 7th. The group will meet at 3pm EST/noon PST.
Course fee: $175*
Participants who successfully complete the course will be awarded 25 mentoring hours (which apply towards the 250-hour mentoring requirement for certification in anthroposophic medicine).
*Cancellations will be accepted until May 1st, with tuition refunded, minus a $35 administrative fee. No refunds granted after May 1st.