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Rebecca Avern

Paediatric insomnia: using acupuncture to help babies, children and teenagers sleep - Distance Education

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Paediatric insomnia: using acupuncture to help babies, children and teenagers sleep
CTCMA; 3 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 3 CPD points allocated
Florida Provider 50-8743; 20-640485, 3 CEU GEN - Alberta CAAA; 3 CEU - NZRA;
Texas Provider CAE00011; 3 CAE - Illinois (225.000020) 3 CEU
California 591, 3.0 CEU Category 1
NCCAOM ACHB 553-533; 3 PDA AOM-AC - Massachusetts 3.0

Paediatric insomnia: using acupuncture to help babies, children and teenagers sleep

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553-532
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01-31-2019 to 01-31-2020
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The course will look at sleep from the perspectives of both Organ/pathogen imbalances, as well as disharmony in the Five Elements. It will illustrate how the quality of a child’s sleep is always intimately linked with other aspects of their emotional and physical life. It will include case histories, photographs and videos of treatments.

Learning objectives:

  • To identify what is physiological and what is pathological in terms of sleep patterns in children of all ages
  • Key aetiologies involved in sleep conditions in babies, children and teenagers
  • Sleep as a reflection of a developmental stage in the child
  • Key patterns of imbalance involved in sleep conditions
  • Effective treatment methods using acupuncture and paediatric tuina
  • Different approaches needed when treating babies, compared with young children, compared with teenagers
  • Confidence in discussing necessary lifestyle changes with parents and children

 
Outline

  • ‘To sleep like a baby’: what is ‘normal’ at different ages
  • Babies: aetiology of sleep problems   
  • Babies: the process of diagnosis
  • Babies: patterns of imbalance
  • Babies: treatment approach and methods
  • Children: aetiology of sleep problems
  • Children: the process of diagnosis
  • Children: patterns of imbalance                 
  • Children: treatment approach and methods
  • Teenagers: aetiology of sleep problems
  • Teenagers: the process of diagnosis
  • Teenagers: patterns of imbalance
  • Teenagers: treatment approach and methods
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Rebecca Avern

Paediatric insomnia: using acupuncture to help babies, children and teenagers sleep

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Paediatric insomnia: using acupuncture to help babies, children and teenagers sleep
Sat, 02/09/2019
CTCMA; 3 CEU, Category A2 - AACMA: 3 CPD points allocated
Florida 50-8743; 20-20-640487, 3 CEU GEN - Alberta CAAA; 3 CEU - NZRA; 3 CEU
Texas Provider CAE00011; 3 CAE - Illinois (225.000020) 3 CEU
California 591, 3.0 CEU Category 1
NCCAOM ACHB 553-532; 3 PDA AOM-AC - Massachusetts 3.0

Rebecca Avern

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Rebecca Avern
Rebecca is a senior lecturer, clinical supervisor and teaching clinic director at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in Reading, UK. Soon after qualifying in 2001, she spent 4 years working alongside and assisting Giovanni Maciocia in the writing of Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine. She studied paediatric acupuncture with Julian Scott. In 2012, she founded an acupuncture centre for the treatment of children in Oxford – the Panda Clinic. She is the author of the recently published textbook Acupuncture for Babies, Children and Teenagers: treating both the illness and the child.