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How Clinical Homeopathy Can Help

Three Saturdays: April 2, 9, & 16, 2005

10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

April 2: Richard Farr, D.Hom. will present an overview of the practices and principles of clinical homeopathy vis a vis the treatment of people with cancer and autoimmune diseases. He will then focus upon the uses of clinical homeopathy in benefiting the health of persons with Chronic Fatigue, Diabetes, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (Lupus), presenting a step-by-step strategy of finding and testing which remedies may be helpful.

April 9: Mr. Farr will discuss clinical homeopathic treatments and protocols for enhancing the health of persons with Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, and Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

April 16: Mr. Farr covers clinical homeopathic approaches to benefiting the health of persons with AIDS and Cancer.

Much of the information presented in these seminars is derived from archives of old homeopathic medical journals of the early 20th century, such as Pacific Coast Homeopathic Journal, Eclectic Medical Journal, Transactions of the American Institute of Homeopathy, and translations of later modern 20th Century French articles on the field of clinical homeopathy. This information is not available from other schools or study programs currently offering homeopathic education.

By 1900, the majority of the homeopathic world accepted pathology in the selection of remedies, and these practitioners became known as the physiopathological, clinical, modern, or French schools of homeopathy. The proponents of these schools -- like James Compton Burnett, a prominent British physician, and Eli Jones, an eminent Chicago physician -- practiced clinical homeopathy with great recovery rates. Jones claimed that 80% of his cancer patients were totally cured with homeopathy.

Clinical homeopaths believed that functional symptoms were the most important symptoms in remedy selection, but they also contended that for a medicinal agent or toxin to take effect, it had to: 1. Have an elective affinity (chemotaxis) for certain tissues and organs. 2. Be connected to the seat of the illness. 3. Have sensations, modalities, and concommitants or reflex effects. Pathology can tell us a great deal about this affinity not only to organs and diseases but also to levels of pathology.

About Richard L. Farr, D.Hom.

Mr. Farr has been a Homeopathic Health Consultant in the Los Angeles area since 1982. He is author of several monographs and over 30 articles on homeopathy (Homeopathy Today, Townsend Letter for Doctors). Mr. Farr is a member of the American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists and organizer of the Committee for a free Materia Medica. For many years, Mr. Farr was a consultant to Dolisos, one of the world’s largest producers of homeopathic products. Mr. Farr has been a lecturer in Homeopathy, Herbology, Bioenergetics, and Homeotherapeutics at the American University of Complementary Medicine since 1996.

For 20 years, Mr. Farr studied Eclectic and Clinical Materia Medica, Medical Radiesthesia, Radionics, and other experimental healing modules and techniques. Mr. Farr was able to find and recreate largely forgotten and lost information. Some of the courses, which American University of Complementary Medicine offers, such as Homeotherapeutics and Bioenergetics, were made available by Mr. Farr’s years of study and research in these areas.

Mr. Farr was able to collect and put together the scattered information about Clinical and Eclectic homeopathy from different sources and archives. He will present invaluable information at this seminar.

Fee Schedule:

Postmarked by 3/25/05-----------Postmarked after 3/25/05

Homeopaths/Other Non-AUCM students

Three days $350----------- $375

Two days $260----------- $290

One day $150----------- $170

AUCM Certificate Students

Three days $225----------- $225

Two days $150----------- $150

One day $75----------- $75

AUCM Degree Students:

Three days $322.50----------- $322.50

Two days $215----------- $215

One day $107.50----------- $107.50

Make checks, credit card payments, or Money Orders

payable to “AUCM” & mail with completed form to:

American University of Complementary Medicine

11543 Olympic Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90064

TEL: (310) 914-4116, FAX: (310) 479-3376

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing,

Provider Number: CEP-13128

For 19.5 Contact Hours (6.5 per day)

To Register:

Make check payable to AUCM and mail to:

American University of Complementary Medicine
11543 Olympic Blwd.,
West Los Angeles, CA 90064

Call AUCM at 310-914-4116 with your credit card information.

Note: On the check please write your telephone number, the date(s) you are planning to attend and the title(s) of the seminar(s).

Seminar Location:

American University of Complementary Medicine
11543 Olympic Blvd.
West Los Angeles, CA 90064

Directions to AUCM

From the Freeway 10 west take exit Bundy north, turn right onto Olympic, turn left onto Colby. Street parking is available on Colby, Olympic or Butler.

Hotel Accomodations:

Best Western in Westwood. Telephone: 310-477-9066; Rates are: $94 for 1 bed, $114 for 2 beds suite.

Best Western in Santa Monica. Telephone: 310-829-9100; The Rates are: $109 for 1 or 2 people.

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