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London College of Naturopathic Medicine

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1. Diploma Course
2. Naturopathy Workshops
3. Naturopathic nutrition course for therapists

Explore the potential of Naturopathy with the

London College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Science.

The next 3-year, part-time diploma course starts in early 2007. A limited number of places are to be offered to practitioners with at least 2 years' clinical experience.

Are you fascinated by natural medicine and passionate about learning? Do you want a greater depth of knowledge and range of skills to bring to your practice?

If you are interested in applying for future courses and would like more information, please contact LCNM on 0121 458 2990.


Food: The First Natural Medicine


A Naturopathic Nutrition Course for Therapists - see further down this page for details of course at Birmingham, Oxford and Southampton

Events at LCNM Spring 2007


10am-5pm. 45 (unless otherwise stated)
for other booking conditions, please see end of the workshop section



STOP PRESS  DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED.

Metabolic Typing. Roderick Lane ND
Roderick Lane is the author of The Adam and Eve Diet and will be enlightening us about metabolic typing. This pioneering eating plan targets your individual evolutionary type. Each of us belongs to one of 5 body types - the Hunter-Gatherer, the Pioneer, the Pathfinder, the Farmer-Gardener or the Dancer. This governs your physique and determines which way of eating is best for you.

Hypoglycaemia. Roderick Lane ND
Roderick Lane informs us about this common condition and how to deal with it. Hypoglycaemia produces a vast array of symptoms and plays a part in conditions such as asthma, hayfever, eczema, sinus problems, headaches / migraines, addiction, PMS, fatigue, depression, diabetes, under-achievement in children etc. Its correction is vital for health.

Open Forums. John Stirling ND. Free of charge

Bring all your burning questions on current topics of nutrition and naturopathic practice.

Differential Diagnosis in Naturopathic Practice. John Stirling ND.
Info to follow  please contact LCNM for further details.

Cancer; a Second Opinion Part I. John Stirling ND. Free of charge.
An update on the first ever lecture John provided for LCNM. John  the founder of BioCare - is a biologist with a background in immunotherapy. He will tell us why conventional cancer treatment has such a dismal record. He is passionate about the subject, compassionate and greatly experienced in helping people with cancer.

Cancer; a Second Opinion Part II. John Stirling ND. Free of charge.
Including nutritional protection against cancer. A guide to the lifestyle that could reduce your risk of cancer. Why a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is important. Discussing carotenoids, flavanoids, phenols, essential oils etc.



To book your place on workshops please forward a cheque to LCNM together with your name, address and contact number, at least three weeks prior to the workshop.

Please book even if workshop is free of charge.

Bring along your receipt for workshop entry.

Please have the courtesy to let us know if you change your mind re attendance.

No refunds for cancellations made within 2 weeks of the workshop date.

In the event that LCNM shall deem it necessary to cancel a seminar, all pre-paid registration fees will be reimbursed.

LCNM shall not be liable for reimbursing the loss of travel or accommodation arrangements made by individual delegates.

If attending workshops please bring a packed lunch that requires no refrigeration or preparation.


If you can't make a workshop, then do come and experience the benefits of naturopathic body adjustment and constitutional hydrotherapy at the LCNM Clinic. We also offer training in these modalities. Please call for details of either

Food: The First Natural Medicine
A Naturopathic Nutrition Course for Therapists


Dates and venues for 2007 Sharyn Singer N.D.



Naturopathic Nutrition for Therapists LCNM Birmingham


Aims of the Course
To provide qualified practitioners who have not trained in nutrition with a further understanding of the role food and diet play in health. This will enable them the opportunity to integrate it into their therapy to benefit their clients and themselves.

Course Structure
The course will consist of 5 modules to be held monthly over a 5 monthly period. Each module will be 7 hours in length with appropriate breaks.

Topics to be covered over the five modules include:
Introduction to course: summary of topics to be covered, requirements

Introduction
Food: definition, production, history
Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fats
Vitamins, Minerals, Trace minerals, Essential fats
Foods as stressors and depletors
Blood sugar balancing
Biochemical individuality: what body type are you
Superstar foods
Energetics of foods; overview of Chinese and Ayuvedic approaches
Stomach/Spleen, Liver/Gall Bladder, Kidneys/Bladder, Lungs/Large Intestines, Heart
Food reactions: Allergies, Intolerances
Digestion and Liver: foods that support
Immunity
Adrenal and Thyroid glands: foods that support
Hormone imbalances: menstrual problems, menopause, fertility, pregnancy
Food and Mood
Seasonal, local foods, resources
Free foods from nature
Putting it all together in practice

At each module comprehensive handouts will be given. Tastings will be included. Lunches will be shared, with students asked to contribute a dish starting from Module 2 based on food for particular seasons or systems to be discussed prior. A reading list will be provided and other book suggestions given throughout the course.

Assessment:
Attendance is required at all modules.
On-going class participation.
A written final exam*
Students will be asked to write 2 case studies and present one at the final exam.*
A written essay on any subject of interest relevant to the course to be submitted and presented at the final exam.*
*The exam, case studies and essay may be optional for those who choose not to receive a certificate.

Dates: All modules will be held from 10:00 am to 5:00pm
Wed March 7, 2007
Wed April 4 , 2007
Wed May 2 , 2007
Wed May 2, 2007
Wed. July 11, 2007

Fee: £350.00

Venue:
LCNM Clinic
Lakeside, 180 Lifford Lane
King's Norton
Birmingham B30 3NU
Tel. 0121 458 2990


Wed March 28, 2007
Wed April 25, 2007
Wed May 23 , 2007
Wed June 20, 2007
Wed July 18, 2007


Venue: The Oxford School of Reflexology
Wheatley, Oxford

Fee: £350.00

Sharyn Singer graduated from the London College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Science in 1996. She has since qualified in Kinesiology and studied Iridology and Herbal medicine.

She has private practices in Birmingham, Oxford, Bloxham and Moreton in Marsh and is a co-director and tutor at the London College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Science (LCNM).

For inquiries please contact Sharyn Singer on 01608 664 757

To reserve a place on the course please send full payment with details as shown below by February 19, 2007 to:
Sharyn Singer ND
Far Longdon Bungalow
Shipston on Stour
Warwickshire, CV36 4PL


Name:
Address:
Email:
Telephone:
Type of Therapy you practise:



I wish to attend  Food the First Natural Medicine: Naturopathic Nutrition for Therapists:
Oxford  Birmingham

Cheques payable to Sharyn Singer, maps of venues to be posted prior to beginning of course.


There is also a course running in Southampton at Bradgate Manor:


At each module comprehensive handouts will be given. Tastings will be included. Lunches will be provided on Weekend 1 with students asked to contribute a dish

On Weekend 2 based on foods for a particular season or system to be discussed beforehand. A reading list will be provided and other book suggestions given throughout the course.

Dates:

Each day will start at 10:00 am and finish at 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday March 24 and 25, 2007
Saturday and Sunday April 21 and 22, 2007


Venue:
Bradgate Manor
Southampton

Cost:
£350.00
www.bradgatemanor.net
For inquiries please contact Sharyn Singer on 01608 664 757

To reserve a place on the course, please send 350 payable to Sharyn Singer by March 1st to the address below, with your name, address, telephone number and stating that it is for Food the First Natural Medicine: Naturopathic Nutrition for Therapists in Southampton on March 24, 25 and April 21, 22 2007. Please also let Sharyn know the type of therapy you practise.

Sharyn Singer
Far Longdon Bungalow
Shipston on Stour
Warwickshire,
CV36 4PL

 

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