Webinar Couplet - Ken D'Aran: The Plight of Homoeopathy Today - Reasserting our Foundations According to Samuel Hahnemann

Webinar Couplet - Ken D'Aran: The Plight of Homoeopathy Today - Reasserting our Foundations According to Samuel Hahnemann

Join Ken D’Aran in this webinar series focussing on the importance of reinstating the teaching of correct foundations, principles and application in homoeopathy. 

Using the primary texts of Hahnemann and Bönninghausen, Ken aims to clarify such important terminology and definitions such as:  is it correct to say, homeopathy treats the person, not the disease?  What is an acute miasm?  What is a chronic miasm?  He will also address potency, dosage and management of acute and chronic presentations according to these primary texts, backed with case examples from personal practice.

The second webinar will take an in-depth look at Bönninghausen’s repertory, utilising the modernised edition published by George Dimitriadis. 

Ken’s aim is that by the end of this series we will be in a better position to self-learn from the primary sources and to be more resilient and aware of the “danger of spin doctors”.

 

2 sessions - 4 CPD points

Registration now open here!

- AHA Professional members:  $60
- AHA General members:  $90
- AHA Student members:  $60
- Non-AHA members:  $120

 

Dates & Times:

Wednesdays, 7 & 14 August 2019

ACT, NSW, Qld, Tas, Vic: 5pm-7pm AEST
SA, NT: 4.30pm-6.30pm
WA: 3pm-5pm

Registrations close at midnight on Monday 5 August.

 

About the Presenter:

Ken D’Aran has been in practice for 38 years and has lectured for many years at several Colleges in Sydney. He was a founding member of The Society of Classical Homoeopathy, followed by the Homoeopathic Association of NSW, where he was President until it merged with the AHA and he became its National Vice President.  Ken was also a founding member of the Australian Register of Homoeopaths. 

In 2002 he was granted a Distinguished Service Award by the AHA.

Since 2005 Ken has attended regular study groups with George Dimitriadis at the Hahnemann Institute Sydney, adapting his practice (almost) entirely to utilising The Bönninghausen Repertory (TBR), recreated by Dimitriadis from Bönninghausen’s original Therapeutic Pocket Book, ‘primary source’ data and translations.  Ken uses primary materia medicas (proving data) for the selection of remedies and has adopted Hahnemann’s teachings regarding liquid, repeated doses in chronic diseases.

Event Properties

Event Date 07-08-2019 5:00 pm
Event End Date 14-08-2019 7:00 pm
Capacity Unlimited
Individual Price Member discounts apply
Location Online Webinar

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