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

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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

NCCAOM AOM-OM: 
3.00
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
3.00
Texas General Acupuncture: 
6.00
Florida General: 
6.00
California Category : 
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Hamid D. Montakab graduated from the Medical School of Paris.

He did his residency in Surgery and completed a 3-year education in Acupuncture and further clinical training in China, followed by 2 years of exploring local healing in the Philippines and India.

He practiced for 5 years in America, obtaining the NCCA certification, and a degree in Chinese Herbalism. He founded the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland in 1986.

Hamid was commissioned by the Swiss National Science Foundation to conduct a research study on Acupuncture and Insomnia. In 1995 he was the co-founder and president of the Swiss Professional Organization for TCM (SPO-TCM).

He has written several acupuncture text books and his latest book, ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATING THE HIDDEN ROOTS OF DISEASE: The Mind and the Emotions in Chinese Medicine, co-authored with Solange Montakab-Pont was published in April 2020.

Currently, he practices in Savièse and lectures in Winterthur-Switzerland and in other European countries.

 



$169.00 USD