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English Training in Anthroposophic Medicine 2023

  • Saturday, January 28, 2023
  • Saturday, February 03, 2024
  • 5 sessions
  • Saturday, January 28, 2023 (GMT) Sunday, February 05, 2023 (GMT)
  • Saturday, April 29, 2023 (BST) Saturday, May 06, 2023 (BST)
  • Saturday, July 01, 2023 (BST) Saturday, July 08, 2023 (BST)
  • Saturday, October 07, 2023 (BST) Saturday, October 14, 2023 (BST)
  • Saturday, January 27, 2024 (GMT) Saturday, February 03, 2024 (GMT)
  • Emerson College RH18 5JX

Designed mainly for registered medical practitioners (a few places open to other health care professionals)

3-year part-time starting 23rd Jan 2023

9 one-week modules

Combining experiential face-to-face & distance learning

Based in the UK, Open to Doctors Worldwide

International Anthroposophic Physician Certification

Many patients as well as physicians are in search of an integrative approach to medicine that embraces the whole person, in their mental and spiritual being as well as in bodily aspects. To this end, anthroposophic medicine was founded in 1920 by Dr. Rudolf Steiner and Dr. med. Ita Wegman.

Today this School of Medicine is alive in practices, therapeutic centres and anthroposophic hospitals throughout the world. It is taught in international training courses and is researched* in university departments with associated professorial chairs.

Course Overview

It explores new ways of understanding a patient’s condition that go beyond current purely physically based medicine, emphasising the patient’s spiritual, psychological and bodily capacities for resilience.

The training offers a deeper understanding of common medical conditions, offering participants experience-based learning processes that lead to an extended understanding of the human being, both in health and illness, and in their relationship to nature.

The treatments introduced include anthroposophic medicines and their pharmaceutical production. The course also provides a foundation for prescribing natural medicines and a range of non-medicinal therapies that have been shown in general practice to radically reduce the prescribing of antibiotics and other groups of conventional medicines, while improving patient satisfaction.

In addition, participants are also introduced to art therapy, eurythmy therapy, body therapies and nursing procedures through direct experience. These non medicial treatments can intensify therapeutic responses to illness. Biographical aspects and insights from psychotherapy and counselling are also considered in developing an understanding of disease processes.

Equally important is the ethical and spiritual development of the physician. Fundamental spiritual exercises and meditative practices that can aid such development, are introduced throughout the training.

Module Details & Topics Covered

Module 1 Face To Face – Almost Essential JAN 2023

@Emerson College | The Four Elements, Four Kingdoms of Nature, Fundamental Aims of Anthroposophic Medicine & Research. Patient History Taking and examination with the aid of the Four Elements Qualitative Anatomy – Four Organs – Living Morphology and Projective Geometry Spiritual Biography & Conditions for Spiritual Development.

Module 2 Face To Face – Desirable but Optional APR 2023

@Emerson College | Child and Personality Development, Keys to Resilience or Vulnerability; Biographical Studies with Marah Evans. Child Development & Feverish Infections -Paediatrician. Six Soul Exercises.

Module 3 Face To Face – Highly Desirable JUL 2023

@Emerson College | Tria Principia & 8 Metals & Plants. Medical Meditation from “Course to Young Doctors’. Biography Work. Medicinal Plant Study.

Module 4 Face To Face – Desirable but Optional OCT 2023

@Emerson College| Common Psychiatric Conditions Anxiety, Depression OCD Bipolar Schizophrenia. Clay Modelling Therapy, Anthroposophic remedies and their indications. Art Therapy, Eurythmy Therapy, Anthroposophic Text Study.

Module 5 Face To Face – Desirable but Optional JAN 2024

@Emerson College | Mistletoe Plant Study Fever. Cancer & Viscum treatment.

Module 6 Face To Face – Desirable but Optional MAY 2024

@Emerson College | Plant Study. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Anthroposophic perspectives with Carmen Eppel. Anthroposophic Peadiatrics with Dr Karen Michael. Eurythmy Therapy.

Module 7 Face To Face – Highly Desirable OCT 2024

@Havelhöhe Hospital – Berlin |  Cancer II and Palliative care (Dr. Matthias Girke), Viscum and Fever Cardiology: Heart failure, Coronary heart disease, Hypertension (Dr.Matthias Girke), From the general practitioner’s practice. Pneumology: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma Gastroenterology External Treatments. Meeting Patients.

Module 8 Face To Face – Highly Desirable TBC

@ Klinik Arlesheim and Goetheanum Dornach, Switzerland | The School for Spiritual Science and the Medical Section, – Michael and Raphael Schools. Visit to the Group Statue, Visit Ita Wegman Institute. Rheumatology, Diabetology with Matthias Girke. Meeting Patients at Arlesheim Clinic with Dr. Marion Debus (Face to Face Priority).

Module 9 Face To Face – Highly Desirable TBC

@ Trigonos, Snowdonia UK | Medicinal Plant Study. Endocrinology with Prof David Martin. Celtic Spirituality and Future Spirituality and Medicine. Visit Penmaenmawr Druid Circle.  Ita Wegman & Rudolf Steiner in the British Isles.

International participants are encouraged to speak to the course leader in advance to identify how best to participate to ensure a rich learning experience.

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Please get in touch with the contact person or organisation listed in each event if more info or help is needed, thank you. Anthroposophic Medicine UK may assist in enrolling individuals to some events but does not organise nor is responsible for events, thank you.

ANTHROPOSOPHIC MEDICINE UK is an online platform for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care Professionals in the UK. It is a project of the Anthroposophic Medical Association and is supported by the Anthroposophic Medical Association, the Association of Anthroposophic Therapeutic Arts, the Rhythmical Massage Therapy Association & UK Association for Anthroposophic Counselling and Psychotherapy.

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