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Homeopathy Training Course
Outline Curriculum

Introduction
The orthodox western medical model contains many limited and false assumptions about what constitutes health, disease and cure, and this is why many people are dissatisfied with the results that it gives. For example, it is assumed that a disease can be treated separately from the person suffering; that mind, emotions and the physical body function independently of one another; that bacteria and viruses cause disease rather than contribute to it; that removal of a diseased organ or tissue constitutes a cure of the underlying disorder.

Since ancient times there has existed a knowledge of health and healing based on what is today termed a holistic approach. This means recognising that humans are much more than flesh and blood, and that there are dimensions to healing that reach beyond the physical.

Our training course is designed to enable you to see and to think holistically, so that you will understand how and why alternative therapies are effective where orthodox medicine fails. This means taking into account the mental, emotional and spiritual factors involved as well as the chemical and physiological. It also means learning to become aware of the human energy system, and the ways in which it may be disturbed to produce disease, and restored to produce health.

"There is no true healing unless there is a change in outlook, peace of mind, and inner happiness."
Edward Bach

Homœopathic & Other Remedies
Homœopathy is taught as the primary, but by no means the only technique to enhance your abilities to heal. The main reasons for this is that it is inherently safe to use, widely available, extraordinarily effective and endlessly fascinating to learn. It is effective in treating most health problems be they physical, mental or emotional. Homœopathic remedies are carefully matched to the individual being treated in order to stimulate the body to heal itself and to restore the whole person to a state of well-being.

Herbal medicines have been used in every age and culture and are still the most widely used medicines on the planet. We will teach you how to use a selection of herbal tinctures that are readily obtainable, highly effective and entirely safe.

Flower essences were first developed in the U.K. in the 1930's by Dr. Edward Bach, whose vision was to create a simple, gentle method of healing that anyone could use without needing a complicated medical training.

The flower essences developed by Dr. Bach are now used world-wide to treat mental and emotional imbalances. We will teach you how to use these and also the newer flower essences that have been discovered in recent years. These include the Australian Bush Flower Essences developed by Ian White, and the Bailey Flower Essences developed by Dr. Arthur Bailey in Yorkshire. We have found the flower essences to be powerfully effective as tools for psychological and emotional healing and growth, and they work safely and gently without toxic side-effects.

Throughout the course we aim to strike a balance between providing you with information and skills (the outer work), and facilitating your own development and growth as a healer and as a person (the inner work). Below is an outline of the main areas that will be covered on the Course. Some components may vary to suit the needs of the group, and as the course itself continues to grow and evolve.


Outline Curriculum First Year

The Energy Body & Physical Body

    Understanding energy. Energy as Matter. How energy manifests:-
    Five elements (western)
    Five elements (Chinese)

Major organs - Energetic & Physiological Functions

    Lungs & Respiration
    Kidneys & Bladder
    Heart & Circulation
    Liver & Gall bladder
    Stomach & Digestion
    Small & Large intestine
    Female Reproductive
    Male Reproductive

Homeopathic Principles & Methodologies

  • Review principles of similars, individualisation, provings & minimum intervention.
  • Pharmacy & Potentisation
  • Susceptibility & Germ Theory
  • Aetiologies
  • Layers prescribing
  • Organ remedies

Practice Skills

  • Interpersonal & counselling skills
  • Casetaking in acute & chronic disease
  • Case understanding & analysis
  • Repertorisation

Self-Development

    Awareness of Energy

Constitutional Remedies

    Apis-mel.; Arg-nit.; Arsenicum; Aurum-met; Baryta-carb.; Calc-carb; Causticum; China; Ignatia; Kali-carb.; Lachesis; Lycopodium; Mercurius; Natrum-mur.; Natrum- sulph; Nux-vomica; Opium; Phosphorus; Pulsatilla; Sepia; Silica; Staphysagria; Sulphur; Stramonium; Tarentula; Thuja

Bach Flower Remedies

Herbal tinctures (one for each organ)

Nutrition basics

Therapeutics & Clinical Remedies

    A range of clinical remedies that have an affinity with each of the organs and systems covered


Outline Curriculum SecondYear

The Energy Body & The Emotions

  • Energy as Emotion
  • Seven Chakras
  • Five Emotion Centres

Major Systems - Energetic & Physiological Functions

  • Endocrine
  • Nervous
  • Musculo-skeletal
  • Skin & Lymphatic
  • Immune & spleen
  • Female Reproductive
  • Male Reproductive

Homeopathic Principles & Methodologies

  • Miasms and their relation to acute & chronic disease
  • Isopathy and tautopathy
  • Direction of cure

Practice Skills

  • Advanced casetaking & analysis
  • Responses to treatment
  • Follow-up prescription
  • Chronic case management

Self-Development

    Awareness of Emotional States

Constitutional Remedies

    Alumina; Anacardium; BerlinWall; Cannabis-Indica; Chocolate; Cyclamen; Folliculinum; Granite; Hydrogen; Hyoscyamus; Lac caninum; Natrum-carb.; Nitric-acid; Phos-ac.; Platina; Scorpion; Verat-alb.; Zincum
    Major Nosodes
    Carcinosin; Medorrhinum; Psorinum; Syphilinum; Tuberculinum
    Sarcodes
    Endocrine sarcodes

Australian Bush Flower Essences

Therapeutics & Clinical Remedies

    Additional clinical remedies will be taught as they relate to the topics.....

Herbal Tinctures (related to systems & endocrine glands)

Nutritional Supports


Outline Curriculum Third Year

The Energy Body & The Mind

    Functions of the Higher Chakras
    Energy as Thought
    Understanding Projection

Stages of Life - Related Challenges & Health Problems

    Pregnancy & Birth
    Childhood
    Adolescence
    Family Relationships
    Personal Relationships
    Work & Creativity
    Old Age, Death & Dying

Practice Skills

  • Support during transformation & change
  • Making appropriate referrals
  • Drug withdrawal & detoxification
  • Patient education

Practice Building

  • Goal-setting - creating your ideal practice
  • Working out costs and fees
  • Marketing and advertising your services
  • Creating a suitable practice environment
  • Attracting clients & obtaining referrals
  • Maintaining healthy boundaries
  • Appointment, pharmacy & telephone management
  • Setting up talks and classes

Self-Development

    Awareness of Thought Patterns, Family & Social Conditioning & Limiting Beliefs; Developing Intuition

Advanced Materia Medica

    To include:

  • Recent Hahnemannian provings, e.g. Adamus; Androctonus; Chocolate; Granite; Limestone; Marble; Haliaaetus; Plutonium; Neon; Sequoia
  • Jan Sholten's mineral combinations & elements
  • Remedies developed from meditative provings, e.g. Berlin-wall; Ayahuasca; Oak; Clay; Thymus gland; Emerald; Rose-quartz
  • Potentised colours

Bailey Flower Essences

Nutritional Support

Therapeutics & Clinical Remedies

    Relevant to the Stages of Life & Diseases covered

Qualification

Upon successful completion of the course, students are awarded a Licentiateship of The Lakeland College (L.L.C.Hom). We have no formal examinations, but students are assessed on a learning journal which they maintain over their time on our course. Group and individual feedback sessions also form part of our ongoing assessment. We do not set compulsory tasks between college weekends, but have an expectation that students will read, persue their own areas of interest, and maintain their learning journal. Between college weekends students are expected to attend a monthly tutorial group.

Those students who fulfill additional criteria may be awarded our practitioner qualification, Membership of The Lakeland College (M.L.C.Hom). This requires the completion of at least one hundred supervised clinical hours; the submission of five detailed cases which have at least two follow up visits; and a satisfactory personal tutors' report.

The Lakeland College is an approved college with the United Kingdom Homœopathic Medical Association. This means that on completion of our course students may apply to register with this national registering body. We are also an active participant in the process of creating National Occupational Standards for homeopathy within the U.K.

Please contact the administration office for an application form

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