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TCM Psychology with Richard Kwan


INT-709 | TCM Psychology

DATE: Wednesday, January 3 - March 6, 2024

TIME: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

COURSE HOURS: 30 hrs

DELIVERY METHOD: Online

PRE-REQUISITES: TCM-105, ACU-203 or R.TCMP

INSTRUCTOR: Richard Kwan, R. Ac, R. TCMP

NON OCTCM STUDENT COST: $490 CAD


*Cancellations on or before two week prior to the course start date will result in a $50 + HST cancellation fee. Student cancellations made less than two weeks prior will not receive a refund.


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is experiential and interactive in format, providing an opportunity for students to be challenged by first recognizing, then developing competency in their personal strengths and professional limitations in responding to emotional and psychological phenomena that are likely to be encountered in their practice as a TCM practitioner. Students are exposed to a range of psychological and philosophical theories and practices (both Eastern and Western) so that they may develop an understanding of the broad range and scope of psychotherapy. Students will learn to better manage patients suffering from mental emotional conditions as well as being a more grounded and rooted practitioner when handling difficult conditions.





INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHY:

Richard Kwan, R. Ac, R. TCMP

Richard Kwan completed the 4-year Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) program at the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TSTCM). In 2008, he started Simple Cures - a Chinese Medicine centre and has been in private practice in The Beaches and Vaughan ever since. His practice integrates systems of Chinese medicine including Chinese, Japanese, Five Elements, Alchemy, Tung and Tan Style Acupuncture. He has extensive experience in chronic pain management, infertility, gynecological disorders, stress, anxiety, insomnia, digestive disorders, skin disorders, asthma and allergies. His treatments involves minimal needles based on Acupuncture Meridian Systems with the emphasis on Spirit cultivation through QiGong, harmony of seven emotions and Five Elements. Furthermore, he has a strong commitment to TaiChi and QiGong, which he has practiced for over 20 years.



For more information contact admissions@octcm.com /416-901-8818.





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