Homeopathy 1st Aid & Acute Conditions with Dot Wojakowski
This course will introduce students to Homeopathic Medicine for First Aid and Acute Conditions, its holistic principles and clinical approach. Specifically, the course will empower you to use homeopathic remedies in a broad range of emergencies, injuries and acute health conditions while also remaining abundantly aware of when to seek medical attention in a hospital emergency setting or from a doctor.
Homeopathic remedies are inexpensive and readily available, making homeopathy economically accessible. The course will include ample case examples to bring the application of homeopathy first aid to life.
While more research is needed in homeopathy, high-quality evidence shows that homeopathy works and the existing data is not consistent with homeopathy as a placebo effect. Where applicable, current homeopathic research (double-blind RCTs, large-scale retrospective cohort studies, observational studies, veterinary and agrohomeopathy research, etc.) will be presented.
Building upon a foundation that explains the origins and principles of homeopathy and its whole person approach, students will discover the fundamental characteristics of 30-50 homeopathic remedies and how to match them to the symptoms of someone (or a non-human animal) who is experiencing distress from either an injury or acute ailment, such as motion sickness, grief, jet lag or post-surgery recovery.
Students will have the opportunity to practice selecting an appropriate homeopathic remedy, along with appropriate timing, in a first aid or acute situation knowing that the best choice evaluates the individual’s physical and mental-emotional symptoms and experience. Like a detective, you will cultivate unbiased listening and observation by being present, as in homeopathy it’s critical we refrain from making any assumptions or interpretations.
Mondays 6pm – 9pm
February 19 – June 17, 2024
(no class Mar 4, 11 / Apr 1, 8 / May 13, 20)