The Chinese Medicine Centre, an international collaboration between Western Sydney University (WSU) and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM), will be hosting six live web-based workshops throughout 2022 -
This interactive, online workshop aims to broaden and deepen participants appreciation for the rich information communicated through inter-relational processes, critical to successful Chinese medicine health care practice but which are often lost with a focus on the disease, and not seeing the person in context of their lived experiences. The workshop initially introduces concepts of complexity and systems thinking with group discussion facilitated by the presenter, before participants experiment through conversation breakouts. Whether a novice or an experienced practitioner, the workshop attempts to cultivate a different and deeper appreciative understanding of our patients in context of their lived experiences.
Presenter: Dr Sean Walsh
Sean is qualified in Chinese medicine, transdisciplinary practices and warm data processes. He has over 20 years’ clinical experience and has taught extensively to various disciplinary groups in universities, most recently at Western Sydney University (WSU). He is also a senior researcher at the WSU Chinese Medicine Centre. He has a particular interest in ethics and supporting people to flourish. His current interests extend to exploring Chinese medicine as a systems approach for individual and community health, wellbeing and flourishing, and the inter-relationship between applied positive psychology and Chinese medicine health care practices.
Date: 16th August (Tue)
Time: 2 hours Sydney 17:00-19:00
CPD: 2 points
Fee: *Early Bird Offer until 2nd August *$20 off the listed prices
Non Students $70; Students $30; WSU and BUCM alumni $20 (Not applicable for Early Bird); WSU Staff FREE; WSU and BUCM students FREE
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