GUEST SPEAKER; Dr Jonathan Hardy: morning session. 9.30a.m – 1.00 p.m Coffee 11.15 a.m
Row Two of the Periodic Table This row contains some of the most basic elements for life: carbon, nitrogen and oxygen.The key issue of the remedy states is equally basic: Can I survive on my own? These patients have the most fundamental of insecurities: Will I have enough food and nurturing? Do I have any value and self-worth? Will anyone even notice me? The feeling can be one of invisibility.This group of remedies has been described as the “bread and butter of Homeopathic Psychiatry” as they provide the solution for so many psychologically challenged patients.We will study the themes of the group and the materia medica of the individual remedies.There will be case examples on video, of fascinating remedies including Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Ozonum, Flourine and Neon.Most cases will be on video, edited for clarity.
AFTERNOON: 2.00 p.m – 5.00 p.m: Coffee: 3.15 p.m
Edward De Beukelaer and Geoff Johnson will be presenting half a day on case studies in the afternoon
The cases afternoon will be run like a workshop. Geoff and Edward will bring interesting cases along but anybody is welcome to bring their own. The format is as follows: a case will be read out without giving away the successful prescription. Participants can then ask further questions about the anamnesis and suggest possible remedies and give reasons for their suggestion. When this exchange is finished, the successful prescription will be revealed followed by a short discussion about the remedy (or remedies) used.
There will be a minimum time spend on presentation but maximum time on content to make sure that the afternoon will be a concentrated blast of ideas about remedies and strategies to help your patients in the clinic.
Please bring your pen and paper or computer and your favourite repertory and materia medica along. The participation of all is one of the keys to the success of such meetings.
See you in February!
Friends House is located..
By rail: From its position opposite Euston’s rail and tube stations, it is a ten minute walk from King’s Cross Station and St Pancras International Terminus. All major rail terminals are easily reached by tube.
By tube: The nearest tube stations are Euston and Euston Square, which are on the Northern, Victoria, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Between July 2014 and March 2015 Euston Square will have refurbishment work taking place on various underground station escalators, please see below for alternative routes.
By bus: Numbers 10, 18, 30, 73, 205 and 390 pass the door whilst 59, 68, 91, 168, and 253 stop nearby.
By car: Friends House is within a meter parking zone. Charges must be paid Monday to Friday 08:30 – 18:30 and Saturday 09:00 – 13:30. There are alternative, longer-term parking facilities under Euston Station. Please note that Friends House is within the congestion charge zone. For details of how to pay please go to www.cclondon.com