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Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panic - Distance Education

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Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panic - Distance Education
CTCMA; 10 CEU, Category B3 - California 591; Cat 1, 10.0 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-1158172, 10 CEU GENERAL - Illinois (225.000020) 10 CEU
Texas CAE00011; 10 CAE AC - IIllinois (225.000020) 10 CEU - Mass. 10.0
NCCAOM PDA-553-937: 7 PDA AOM-AC, 3 PDA AOM-OM
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Group 1 - 24274

Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts) - Distance Education

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Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts) - Distance Educationimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
California
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In Classical Chinese medicine, dependency and addictions relate to the concept of Gui (Ghost). This includes any compulsive behaviour which the person feels compelled to maintain regardless of consequences.

Goals and Objectives
- Hungry Ghosts: concept of Gui ≈ Ghost
- Neuro-physiology of dependency and addiction
- Trauma & defence mechanisms in Chinese medicine
- Extraordinary vessels and psychology; compensation issues
- Co-dependency and addiction
- Nicotine addiction
- Substance addiction
- Behavioural addiction
- Bulimia
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
- Treatment strategies
- Case studies

D7 Presenter: 
Hamid D. Montakab

Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts) - Distance Education

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Distance
Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts) - Distance Education
CTCMA; 6 CEU, Category B3 - California 591; Cat 1, 6.0 CEU
NCCAOM PDA-553-939: 3 PDA AOM-AC, 3 PDA AOM-OM - Illinois (225.000020) 6 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-1165820; 6.0 GEN
Texas CAE00011; 6 CAE AC - Mass. 6.0
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Group 1 - 24273

Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panic

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$286.00
NCCAOM Details
Do not send Updated NCCAOM Certificate
Do not send NCCAOM Certificate
NCCAOM 2016
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
7.00
Texas Details
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Price: $286.00
Florida
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Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panicimmediately after purchaseuntil 03/24/2026 - 23:58
California
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Fear is the feeling perceived when the instinct of survival is activated. It is the first emotion that the human being experiences provoked by the birth trauma. Fear patterns become the foundation of the belief mechanism later in life, often disrupting the psycho-emotional equilibrium and physiological homeostasis of the person.

Goals & Objectives
1. The Basic instincts; the Will to live; Survival instinct
2. Neuro-physiology of fear
3. Fear in Chinese medicine
4. Predisposing factors: Constitution, Temperament and Trauma
5. Role of the Extraordinary and the Luo vessels
6. Notion of Gui≈Ghosts (subconscious)
7. Acupuncture strategies for Fear, anxiety, stress, panic attacks & nightmares
8. Retained Fear and the Body Armors
9. Changing Belief mechanisms (PAT exercises)
10. Case studies
11. Classical point indications

D7 Presenter: 
Hamid D. Montakab

Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panic

Sat, 03/23/2024 - 08:00

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Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Fear and Panic
Sat, 03/23/2024
CTCMA; 10 CEU, Category A2 - California 591; Cat 1, 10.0 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-1158170, 10 CEU GENERAL - Illinois (225.000020) 10 CEU
Texas CAE00011; 10 CAE AC - IIllinois (225.000020) 10 CEU - Mass. 10.0
NCCAOM PDA-553-938: 7 PDA AOM-AC, 3 PDA AOM-OM
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Group 1 - 24274

Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts)

Sun, 03/03/2024 - 08:00

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Acupuncture for addiction and compulsive behaviors: Hungry Gui (Ghosts)
Sun, 03/03/2024
CTCMA; 6 CEU, Category A2 - California 591; Cat 1, 6.0 CEU
NCCAOM PDA-553-940: 3 PDA AOM-AC, 3 PDA AOM-OM - Illinois (225.000020) 6 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-1165818; 6.0 GEN
Texas CAE00011; 6 CAE AC - Mass. 6.0
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Group 1 - 24273

Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-being - Distance Education

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Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-being
CTCMA; 5 CEU, Category B3 - California CEP 591: 5.0 CEU Cat 1
Florida 50-8743: 20-988094 5.0 CEU GEN - Massachusetts 5.0
Texas Provider CAE00011; 5 GEN CAE - Illinois (225.000020)
NCCAOM 553-839. 5.0 PDA AOM-AC
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 23210 (Group 1)

Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-being

5.00
Massachusetts Details
5.00
$135.00
NCCAOM Details
PDA-553-839
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Do not send NCCAOM Certificate
to 12/01/2023
NCCAOM 2016
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
5.00
Texas Details
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Price: $135.00
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Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-beingimmediately after purchaseuntil 03/26/2025 - 11:47
California
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This webinar is an update to and replaces the course called The Mind and the Psyche in Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture for the Treatment of the Hidden Roots of Disease.  

Goals and Outlines

  • 1. Have a deeper understanding of the potential of acupuncture as a tool for
    regaining psychosomatic sovereignty and promoting overall well-being.
  • 2. Have a understanding of the structure of the conscious and subconscious
    parts of the psyche.
  • 3. Understand how to treat the "hidden roots of disease" in a regular TCM
    setting.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Hamid D. Montakab

    Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-being

    Sat, 03/25/2023 - 08:00

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    Live
    Consciousness, the Mind and Reality: Acupuncture's Role in Regaining Psychosomatic Sovereignty and Well-being
    Sat, 03/25/2023
    CTCMA; 5 CEU, Category A2 - California CEP 591 5.0 CEU Cat 1
    Florida 50-8743: 20-988092 5.0 CEU GEN - Massachusetts 5.0
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 5 GEN CAE - Illinois (225.000020)
    NCCAOM 553-840. 5.0 PDA AOM-AC
    TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 23210 (Group 1)