Healing Internalized Oppression with East Asian Medicine CEU
2.5 NCCAOM-Approved PDA points (AOM-OM)
1 Video, (1 hour 7 minutes runtime)
Healing Internalized Oppression with East Asian Medicine
Internalized oppression is rarely something that our clients come in complaining about—and yet it may be a significant part of the clinical picture. Our approach to the manifestations of internalized oppression—Liver qi constraint, blood heat, possibly full heat and internal wind—will be more safe and effective if we understand the mechanics of internalized oppression in East Asian medical terms. This course covers herbal and acupuncture responses to healing internalized oppression, as well as some personal practices that can aid the client at home.