Using Organ Remedies in Modern Day Practice
Originating from folk medicine and improved upon by Paracelsus, Rademacher and, particularly, the past master James Compton Burnett, organotherapy gives homeopaths a new approach to remedies and their prescribing.
In this masterclass series, Dion Tabrett, author of ‘Burnett rediscovered’, shows you how the discipline of organopathic medicine can greatly improve your practice.
Drawing on the work of previous pioneers, Tabrett will guide you through a history of organotherapy, from the works of Paracelsus, Rademacher and Burnett, bringing you right up to the modern-day application of organopathic medicine.
With a particular focus on Burnett's Organ Remedies, Tabrett shows you in detail how you can utilise organ remedies in your practice.
This Course Includes:
You will explore organotherapy in depth.
The use of tinctures, decimals and centesimal potencies explained in relation to quantity of dose and repetition.
The idea of "rotation of remedies"- a clinical strategy used initially by organopaths.
Burnett's definition and re-classification of "the Law of Similars", with explanations of the key terms, such as ‘simile’, ‘pathological simillimum’ and ‘symptomatic simillimum’
Dysfunction symptoms for the organs, which may help unlock cases.
Materia Medica of leading organ remedies used for the heart, liver, spleen and uterus.
The clinical observation of "synorganopathy" (the altered state of an organ that expresses itself vicariously through another neighbouring or distant organ) with explanations and definitions of the terms "primary and secondary organ interaction", followed by an introduction to tertiary organ involvement.
Cases will be referred to throughout as examples of the modern-day practice of the use of organ remedies.
This course is accredited by ACHENA
ACHENA is The Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America.
Learn From a Leading Homeopathy Expert
Dion studied at the London College of Homoeopathy, graduating in 1992 with the Licentiate of the College of Homoeopathy (LCH). This was followed by postgraduate study and achieving the award of Member of the college of Homoeopathy (MCH) in 1994. He then continued studying and graduated with a BSc(Hons) in Natural Sciences in 2003 and an MSc in Molecular Biology in 2007. Both of these degrees focused on human anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Dion has run clinics in Berkshire, Cornwall, Devon and London and now practises in Bristol. He initially began his teaching career at the London College of Homeopathy in 1994. Since then has gone on to teach undergraduates and postgraduates at various colleges in the UK, Ireland, Istanbul and New York with his easy going and approachable style. He has recently taken on the job of Clinical Skills and Casework module leader for the Centre of Homeopathic Education’s BSc course in London.
Dion is a self-confessed Compton Burnett geek - a nerd, an anorak of the highest degree, and also the author of the book "Burnett Rediscovered", published in 2017. The book describes Burnett’s work, prescribing style, and clinical strategies.
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