Sat, Sep 12 | Virtual Event

Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine | CT Holman

Emotional trauma can upset the harmony of the body and reduce the body's ability to heal and regulate itself. Once the traumas are identified and treated, the body will function at an optimum level and will respond to treatments for other conditions present.
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Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine | CT Holman

Time & Location

Sep 12, 2020, 9:00 AM MDT – Sep 13, 2020, 5:00 PM MDT
Virtual Event

About the Event

CT Holman discusses integrated diagnostic methods (facial diagnosis, channel palpation, pulse and tongue diagnosis) to differentiate the effects of trauma and presents a three staged treatment approach to resolve emotional trauma. He describes specific acupuncture protocols, Chinese herbal formulas and qigong forms to effectively transform trauma, including inherited trauma. CT will share case studies and provide a needle demonstration.

Course highlights:

Explore the multiple   diagnostic methods to determine how an individual has been affected by   emotional trauma:

• Five Element Diagnosis

• Facial Diagnosis

• Channel Palpation

• Pulse and Tongue Diagnosis

• Spirit level Diagnosis

Detailed explanation of   channel theory and acupuncture point selection.

• Same moving resonance channel pairing

• Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches

• Eight extraordinary channels

• Five transport points, source, cleft, and collateral point   designations

CT Holman teaches internationally, authored the textbook Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine and has been published in several medical journals. With over 20 years practicing Chinese medicine, he operates a busy general family practice in Oregon, USA. He trained in both the USA and China with several leading teachers in the field. To bring shamanic qigong and drum healing to the public, he recorded and produced a CD titled Resonating Vitality-Chinese Medicine Drum Treatments and wrote the textbook Shamanism in Chinese Medicine (released July 2020).

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