3-day Video seminar
Dr.Rajan Sankaran on follow-up management
17th, 18th and 19th March 2017
About The Seminar
It is often said that it is easier to come to a remedy than managing the follow-ups. Most of the difficulties that arise in followup management include how and when to repeat a remedy, when to escalate the potency, when to change the remedy and so on. Questions like these [and many more] are always swirling in our minds.
Our science demands that we as homoeopaths develop a powerful rapport with our patients whereby they develop implicit trust in us and also in homoeopathy.
When mastered this art is the key to developing a successful and satisfying homoeopathic practice.
Dr. Rajan Sankaran presented a 3-day seminar in Munich in 2016 in which he showed various long term follow-ups from his 30 years of practice; some of them even as old as two decades!
The audience in this seminar, who were mostly senior practitioners, have been following Dr. Sankaran’s teachings for over 20 years and they highly appreciated the content from this specific seminar.
We believe that if the same informative seminar is replicated for our Indian colleagues, it would make a significant difference in their practice as well.
Dr Sankaran will be present on 18th March from 8:00am to 9:00am and on 19th March from 4:00pm to 5:00pm for personal interaction and to address your questions.
THIS LECTURE SERIES HOPES TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
1. How to see a patient beyond their disease, to be able to see him for who he is and connect to him at a deeper level?
2. How to manage critical situations faced by the patient (health or personal lives) as a homeopath, friend, philosopher and guide?
3. When to repeat the remedy, when to change the potency, when to change the remedy, when to review?
4. What makes a patient develop supreme faith in a homoeopath that the generations following them seek homeopathic treatment?
5. What makes a patient have faith in homoeopathy so they stay by the system?
6. How to effectively guide and encourage the patient to adopt essential changes in their lifestyle including diet, exercise, meditation, yoga, etc?
Timings: 9:00am to 5:00pm all days, except on 18th from 8:00am to 5:00pm