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                                          Seminar 31st March 2019

1, Emotion-base Disorder
– Five Elements Acupuncture & TCM Herbal Treatment Protocols
 Present by Tony Reid
In this three-hour presentation, a set of unique acupuncture protocols, based on the Five Elements, together with herbal formulas based on Yu (Stagnation) Syndrome will be discussed in detail. In addition, we will explore and ‘cherry pick’ the early Western approaches of Freud, Adler and Jung, together with the insights that once infused the psychology of TCM, from Daoism, Buddhism and Confucianism.

•How to understand your patients’ emotional problems within our social context, incorporating the Western understanding of the neuroses, together with a classical TCM approach.
•The specific pathways, along which emotion-based injury develops as the condition worsens over time, affecting the zang-fu, qi, blood and body-fluids.
•How to select suitable acupuncture points for each type of emotion-based disorder, according to the Five Elements.
•Effective treatment strategies using prepared Chinese herbal formulas, according to the stages of Yu (Stagnation) Syndrome.
•How to approach the psychological dimension of practitioner-patient interaction in dealing with a patient’s emotional life.

2, How to use Prepared Chinese Herbal Medicines, according to TCM Pattern Diagnosis
– Clinical Applications of Well-Known Classical Formulas
Present by Shu Wang (TCM Practitioner, Sydney)

– Replacing raw herbs with prepared Chinese medicines – the theoretical and practical issues. Shu Wang will discuss the important issues regarding how to use the prepared Chinese herbal medicines.
– Applying syndrome-pattern differentiation (bian zheng), using prepared Chinese herbal medicines – techniques to achieve effective treatments and quick results.
– Detailed examples of clinical applications using prepared Chinese herbal medicines, together with case history studies
中成药的方证用药法———以方名证实录 悉尼 王树

Shu Wang Trained in both Western and Chinese medicine, Shu Wang is a renowned clinician with over 47 years’ experience. He has worked in China for over 20 years and has been practising in his private clinic in Sydney for the last 26 years. Shu Wang is editor-in-chief for the Journal of Health and Chinese Medicine, as well as for the Australian Journal of Chinese Medicine and Materia Medical. Since 2000, he has been regularly contributing articles to Chinese medicine journals as well as delivering professional seminars to Chinese medicine practitioners throughout Australia.

Where: Calamvale Hotel Suites and Conference Centre, 678 Compton Rd,                           Calamvale QLD 4116
 When: Sunday 31st March, 2019 9:00AM-4:00PM
Cost:    -Practitioners $180  -AACMA, FCMA, ANTA, ATMS Members $160                          -Students $90
$10 discount for early bird registration booked & paid before 08 March.2019

6 AACMA CPD points allocated Handouts & Lunch provide Free Parking

To Register: Call Nellie He 07 3852 2288 or Email to: [email protected]

  • 1. Tony Reid & Shu Wang

    Topic: Emotional Disorder & Treating difficult conditions using Chinese Medicine

    Time: 9:30am-4:00pm

    Venu: Calamvale Hotel Suites and Conference Centre, 678 Compton Rd, Calamvale QLD 4116

    Date: Sunday 31th March, 2018

  • 2. Dr Yifan Yang

    Topic: Yin Yang and Five Elements and their clinical practice

    Time: 9:00am-1:00pm

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    Date: Sunday 02nd July, 2018

  • 3. Dr Yifan Yan

    Topic: Combination of Cupping, Acupuncture and Lamp

    Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm

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    Date: Sunday 25th August 2018

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