Comparative Homeopathic Psychology
- Modules 11
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Language English
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Module 1 : The Psychological Characteristics of the Lac Remedies- Part 1
Dr. Philip Bailey delves into the mentals of rare remedies like Lac humanum, Lac felinum and Lac leo, explaining the personality traits of each one them and throwing light on the comparative features of these remedies.
Module 2 : The Psychological Characteristics of the Lac Remedies- Part 2
The module talks about the mentals and unique personality traits of lac remedies like Lac equinum, Lac caninum, Lac bovinum and Lac delphinum. Dr. Philip Bailey compares the characteristics of each one of these remedies, making their study comprehensible and easy to remember for the students.
Module 3 : A Comparison of the mental characteristics of Carcinosinum, Sepia and Lac felinum
The constitutions of Carcinosinum, Sepia and Lac felinum are very common and very difficult to tell apart, since they resemble each other on the mental and physical levels. Each has issues regarding suppression of self expression, each has a very sensitive emotional nature, and each is highly intuitive.
Dr Bailey describes the psychological essences of Carcinosinum, Sepia and Lac felinum, and then goes on to compare and contrast the mental characteristics of these remedies, using case histories for illustration.
Module 4 : A Comparison of the mental features of Natrum and Aurum salts
Dr Bailey discusses the mental features of all the Aurum and Natrum salts, starting with the essence common to all Natrum cases and the essence common to all Aurum cases. He goes on to compare and contrast the mental features of the common salts of natrum and aurum in detail.
Module 5 : A Comparison of the mental features of Calcanea and Baryta salts
Dr Bailey gives a detailed analysis of the commonalities and differences regarding the mentals of Calcarea and Baryta remedies, and goes on to describe the psychological pictures of individual salts of Calcarea and Baryta remedies in detail, using case histories for illustration
Module 6 : A Comparison of the mental features of Stramonium, Platina, Hyoscyamus, Veratrum album, Anacardium and Kali bromatum
Stramonium, Platina, Hyoscyamus, Veratrum album, Anacardium and Kali bromatum are commonly used in psychotic cases. There is a lot of overlap in the mental features of these remedies. In this module, Dr Bailey helps the students to differentiate the mental features of each remedy, enabling them to feel confident in prescribing these remedies in psychotic cases.
Module 7 : A Comparison of the mental features of the Kali salts, the Ferrum salts and the Cuprum salts
Dr Bailey compares and contrasts the mental characteristics of the three families, starting with the essence of the Ferrum mentality, the essence of the Kali mentality and the essence of the Cuprum mentality. He then goes on to describe the mentals of each remedy in detail, using case histories for illustration.
Module 8 : A Comparison of the mental features of Medorrhinum, Thuja and Bromium
A comparative analysis of the peculiar mental traits of the patients of Medorrhinum, Thuja and Bromium has been thoroughly done by Dr. Philip Bailey. The module delves into the intricacies of the psychological make-up of each of the three sycotic remedies with the help of clinical case histories.
Module 9 : A Comparison of the Mental Features of Staphysagria and the Magnesium salts
Staphysagria and Magnesium remedies are characterised by a suppression of anger, a fear of abandonment and a need to please. There are many common psychological features amongst these remedies, and in this module Dr Bailey compares and contrasts the mental features of each remedy, so that the homeopath can differentiate them in clinical practice.
Module 10 : A Comparison of the psychological features of Argentum salts, Lycopodium and Silica
Lycopodium, Silica and Argentum remedies are well known for treating anticipatory anxiety. However most of the Argentum salts are not well known by homeopaths, and so Argentum nitricum, Silica and Lycopodium are overprescribed, leading to treatment failures. In this module Dr Bailey explains the similarities and differences between these remedies on the mental level, so that homeopaths can correctly identify them in their cases.
Module 11: An Elemental analysis of Constitution types
The four elements- air, earth, fire and water are used for describing the different qualities that make up the constitution of man. These correspond to the four humours introduced to the homeopaths by Galen – Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Choleraic and Melancholic.
This module goes deep into the description of the qualities of each one of these elements, relating them with the commonly used homeopathic remedies.
- Module 1 : The Psychological Characteristics of the Lac Remedies- Part 1
Homeopathy relies largely on the mentality and the mind symtoms of a patient to identify his constitution. Homeopathic psychology deals with understanding the personality of a patient which is as important as his physical traits in individualizing the case and finding the best suited similimum.
Psychological Materia Medica is extensively described, with special reference to case studies
comparison with similar remedies, clinical application, central issues, keynotes and the essence.
- Effective way to learn the subtleties of psychological Materia Medica
- Effective way to learn how to apply this knowledge clinically
- UG/PG students
Many practitioners have a good knowledge of the physical Material Medica of constitutional remedies, but only a sketchy understanding of the mental characteristics. This leads inevitably to poor prescribing, as there is such a lot of overlap between the physical symptoms and generals of different remedies. Only with a deep familiarity
with the mental characteristics of the remedies can constitutional prescribing become accurate and effective.