Extraordinary Meridians!

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

13-15 September 2019
De Vere Staverton Estate,
Northamptonshire

CT Holman

Workshop title

Treating emotional trauma with Chinese medicine

Workshop times

Saturday 10.00-13.00

Workshop description

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.

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

Speaker biography

CT specialises in treating emotional trauma and wrote the text-book Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine published by Singing Dragon, which incorporates multiple diagnostics and modalities. He is the director of development for the Lotus Institute of Lillian Pearl Bridges. CT practises Chinese medicine in Salem, Oregon. His full-time clinic was founded in 2001. He studied in China (1999, 2001, and 2003) and has extensive postgraduate education with several leading teachers in the field.

CT has taught in Sweden, Germany, Mexico, Denmark, and the US and has appeared on many summits, webinars, and podcasts. He recorded the CD, Resonating Vitality – Chinese Medicine Drum Treatments, has been published in the Journal of Chinese Medicine, and helped edit and contribute to the text-book, Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine. For more information: www.redwoodspring.com

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