Verfügbarkeit - Plätze frei
Voraussetzung: Abschluss als D.O. DAAO®
715 Euro ohne Ermäßigung
593 Euro für DAAO-Mitglieder
644 Euro für MWE-Mitglied ohne DAAO-Mitgliedschaft
This course aims to build upon our already existing understanding of anatomy and physiology through a more complete perspective and rediscover what was always in front of our eyes and under our hands: emotion. The course will explore the duality of emotion and the somatic system in which it stores itself to form one integral, simultaneous, unconscious process.
Concepts of Gestalt Therapy for interviewing and treatment will be emphasized to understand the importance of keeping the patient in the present moment for healing to take place. Participants will be trained to identify stored emotions in the somatic system through recognition of body language, appropriate questioning and medical interviewing to diagnose and treat more efficiently, somatic tension and fascial distortion rooted in emotion, as well as experience an overall richer doctor-patient relationship. The overall objective is to provide a new paradigm for looking at the root cause of common medical pathologies and how they can be treated osteopathically.
The 5 human "Reichian characterologies", as originally described by Reich and later Lowen and Pierrakos, will be emphasized as a road map to understand common strain patterns encountered in patients and the emotional basis for their existence. Specific ways to treat emotionally based strain patterns will be discussed and demonstrated with a focus on non-physical causes of pathology to create a general shift in perspective from pathophysiology to "treating the health", as Dr. Still taught.
1.Understand specific physiologic mechanisms responsible for the interplay between emotions and the somatic system
2. Describe differences between the conscious and unconscious with examples that pertain to the somatic system
3. Comprehend basic concepts of Gestalt and be able to effectively use them during medical interview, diagnosis and treatment
4. Recognize the 5 characterologies in patients from both behavioral and structural perspectives
5. Perceive myofascial strain patterns characteristic of each characterology and develop appropriate treatment plans based on prioritization of the patient’s specific needs
6. Be able to relate the concepts of direct and indirect osteopathic techniques to psychotherapeutic strategies
So. 28.01.2024 (10:00 Uhr Beginn erster Tag) - Di. 30.01.2024 (18:00 Uhr Ende letzter Tag)
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