Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychological Disharmony with Shen-Hammer Pulse Diagnosis
with Brandt Stickley, September 30 to October 1, 2017
In this course, Brandt Stickley will provide an overview and review of Shen-Hammer Pulse Diagnosis, and provide the key to quickly and accurately diagnosing the behavioral, psychological and spiritual aspects of a patient’s condition. Pulse Qualities as signs of psychological disharmony will be taught in terms of sensation, interpretation, and physiological gesture. Classical formulas and acupuncture approaches will be described, focusing on the Shang Han Lun, Eight Extraordinary Vessels, Five-Phase dynamics and visionary acupuncture. This course is suitable for beginning and experienced students of the pulse system.
A handout will be provided.
Required Reading: Chapter 15, Handbook of Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis, Leon Hammer Eastland Press, 2012.
Brandt Stickley is Assistant Professor of Classical Chinese Medicine at National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), a lead instructor in the Integrative Mental Health program at NCNM, and Director of Acupuncture at Outside In, Portland. He is a visiting professor at Pacific Rim College and Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine, and a Senior Instructor and member of the Board of Directors of Dragon Rises Seminars/Shen- Hammer Pulse Diagnosis. He has studied closely with Dr. Leon Hammer for over 18 years.
Saturday and Sunday, September 30-October 1, 2017, 9:00am-5:00pm
Regular – $300 (Early Bird – $285, until July 30)
Student – $275 (Early Bird – $250, until July 30)
PRC Alumni – $285 (Early Bird – $265, until July 30)
*PRC diploma students will receive 1 OM academic credit for this workshop.
To register, please click on the registration button below. Full payment is due at time of registration to confirm placement in the course. Payment can be made via MasterCard or Visa, debit, cash and cheque.
For course withdrawals submitted in writing or in person 30 days or more before the start of the course, registrants will receive a full tuition refund less a $40 non-refundable registration fee. For course withdrawals submitted in writing or in person more than 14 days but less than 30 days before the start of the course, registrants will receive a 50% tuition refund. Without exception, no refunds will be given for course withdrawals less than 14 days before the start of the course.