Freya Sherlock has been immersed in Chinese Medicine and the Daoist Internal Arts tradition for over thirty years. With her degree in Chinese Medicine, her Masters in Chinese Herbal Medicine and post-graduate specialisms in gynaecology/obstetrics and Classical Jing Fang Herbalism, she offers private consultations at her clinic in Ireland, remote online consultations and teaching. She advocates a radical wellness approach with her patients combined with a WILDFIT 90-day coaching programme to re-orientate her client's relationship to nutrition.
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Introducing Chinese Medicine - A Medical Paradigm of Wholism & Interconnectedness
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Discovering Chinese Medicine - A Medical Paradigm of Wholism & Interconnectedness
The learning aims for this course are to:
- Introduce and expand awareness of Eastern approaches to health.
- Introduce the history of Chinese Medicine and its contextual relevance, application and medical contribution at the present time.
- Explain the use and purpose of symbolic language in Chinese Medicine.
- Explore some of the philosophical concepts underpinning Chinese Medicine such as wholism, interconnectedness and the spectrum of energy.
- Describe the key concepts of the Three Treasures (Shen-Qi-Jing) and the Five Phases.
- Present a case study through the lens of Chinese Medicine and share the patient’s reflections on her illness and treatment.
- Discover the Chinese Medicine understanding of the organ systems and patho-mechanisms relevant to the case study – not a word I know – could you put this in a more usual way? Ie pathologies or pathological mechanisms? Or does it have a specific meaning in your world Freya?
- Illustrate the application of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to this case study with the model of the ‘treatment web’.
- Explore reflectively the application of wholism and interconnectedness within ourselves and our patients or clients
- Explain the pathways of learning in Chinese Medicine
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