Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease

The Mind and the Psyche in Chinese Medicine

Classical Chinese medicine considers the psyche and the emotions to be the roots of all disease. Often the Mind-body relation is overlooked in TCM practices. These webinars offer the necessary understanding and tools for dealing with these issues.

Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab

Series Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

Courses Included In This Series

Course 1
  • CEUs: Approved by: NCCAOM (4.75), California [Until 2023/09/28]* (4.75), Standard Certificate (4.75)

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 4.75h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 1

Concept of physical and mental health. The conscious and subconscious mind and the five sectors of the psyche: Shen, Hun, Po, Yi & Zhi, their functions, pathologies and treatments. The concept of Gui≈ Ghost and it’s relation to psychological issues.

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

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Course 2
  • CEUs: Approved by: Standard Certificate (5), California [Until 2023/09/28]* (5), NCCAOM (5)

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 5h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 2

Emotions, evolving from primary instincts, are the human responses to the outside and depend primarily on individual mind-sets. They are the internal causes of disease. Their energetic impact and their treatment is essential in clinical practice.

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

View course
Course 3
  • CEUs: Approved by: Standard Certificate (4.75), California [Until 2023/09/28]* (4.75), NCCAOM (4.5)

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 4.75h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 3

Constitutions influences the physiology, morphology, temperaments, the belief systems and psycho-emotional expressions of a person. This webinar provides the necessary tools for establishing the basic constitutions & strategies for harmonizing them.

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

View course
Course 4
  • CEUs: Approved by: NCCAOM (10), Standard Certificate (10) Pending: California [Upon Request]*

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 10h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 4

The habitual psycho-emotional expressions or Temperaments of a person, define their basic responses to outer events and have a major influence on “Belief” mechanisms and further influence the physiology as well as the pathology of a person.

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

View course
Course 5
  • CEUs: Approved by: Standard Certificate (5), NCCAOM (5) Pending: California [Upon Request]*

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 5h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 5

Traumatic events constitute an important component of the Belief mechanisms, having a major impact on the psychology of the individual. Often retained in the subconscious (Hun & Po), their release is crucial in treating the Hidden Roots of Disease.

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

View course
Course 6
  • CEUs: Approved by: Standard Certificate (5), NCCAOM (5) Pending: California [Upon Request]*

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 5h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime

Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 6

Body memories contribute to the formation of “Belief mechanisms” and may manifest as un-explained physical, physiological and even psychological reactions. Acupuncture is an important tool for treating these deeper "Roots of Disease".

Course Overview

Today, psychological issues constitute a major part of our patient complaints.

 

In Classical Chinese medicine, the psyche and the emotions are considered the roots of all diseases.

 

The ancient traditions have emphasized the impact of mind-sets and emotions on the body. Furthermore, in classical acupuncture, many points have been described as having specific psychological effects. In spite of these facts, the psyche of the patient seems to have been greatly overlooked in many of the modern TCM practices.

 

This series aims to provide the necessary understanding and appropriate tools for dealing with the hidden dimensions of disease, and to help re-integrate psychology into the TCM practice, and to help go deeper in seeking the roots of our patient's complaints.

 

The proposed treatment strategies combine classical Chinese medical concepts and acupuncture with specific Qigong exercises as well as some modern cognitive therapy work.

View course

Teacher

Hamid Montakab

Hamid Montakab graduated from the Medical School of Paris, completed an education in acupuncture in France and in China. He practiced in the US and later founded the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland and was co-founder and president of the Swiss Professional Organization for TCM.

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