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Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology course 2017



This course is suitable for psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, and  people that are interested in understanding the importance of the connection between body, spirit and mind and how emotions and cognition manifest themselves in the body. In addition to detailed understanding about the anatomy, physiology and basic pathophysiology of the human body, we will explore how subjective experience and objective manifestation are two sides of the same coin.  
 
 The Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology course comprises 9 Fridays a year (48 hours in total).
This course will run during the day, usually starting at 10:00 am with 1 – 2 hours lunch break (exact time to be confirm). The price of this course is £738.
 
The course will be given by Dr Elya Steinberg. Dr Elya Steinberg, MD, is Co-Director of the Centre for Biodynamic Psychotherapy (London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy). She is a medical doctor, teacher and biodynamic psychotherapist. She is integrating body-psychotherapy, Gerda Boyesen methods and Bioenergy with conventional allopathic medicine and complementary medicine. She interweaves alternative and conventional approaches to allow a person to grow as a holistic complex.

 
 
The course in 2017 will start on February 24th.
 

Core curriculum in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology

1.      Basic concepts of Research, Anatomy, Embryology, Physiology, and Chemistry

2.      Understanding stress, startle reflex, homeostasis and allostasis

3.      Cells, tissues and functions: terminology and basic embryology

4.      The nervous system - structure, function and common pathology of the nervous system.

5.      The skeletal system - structure, function and common pathology.

6.      The skeletal system - the articulatory system, centre of gravity and basic assessment of posture

7.      The muscular system –structure, function, common pathology and basic assessment of    movement

8.      The respiratory system – structure, function, common pathology and basic assessment of breathing

9.      The digestive system –its structure, function, common pathology and Psycho-Peristalsis.

10.    The integumentary system – the skin, structure, function, common pathology and basic assesment

11.    The endocrine system – its structure, function and common pathology

12.   The cardio-vascular system

13.   The lymphatic system

14.  The urinary system – its structure, function and common pathology.

15.   The reproductive system – its structure, function and common pathology.

Assessment

Assessments will be based on two 20-30 minutes seminars/presentations. One seminar will take place during one of the Fridays and the second one will be at the end of the year. The seminars will be followed by discussions, debate and integration of the material.


2017 Course Dates:

Anatomy, physiology and Pathophysiology

APP course in 2017 (APP17) – Total of 48 hours

Friday

February

24th

10:00- 17:00

Day 1: 6 hours

Friday

March

17th

10:00-17:00

Day 2: 6 hours

Friday

April

7th

10:00-17:00

Day 3: 6 hours

Friday

May

19th

10:00-17:00

Day 4: 6 hours

Friday

June

16th

10:00-17:00

Day 5: 6 hours

Friday

September

15th

10:00-17:00

Day 6: 6 hours

Friday

October

20th

10:00-17:00

Day 7: 6 hours

Friday

November

24th

10:00-17:00

Day 8: 6 hours

  

How to apply

For more info please contact us or to apply for the course please download and fill in the APP Application form and return it to us.

LSBP t/a

Centre for Biodynamic Psychotherapy

Highgate Newtown Community Centre.  

25 Bertram Street 

London N19 5DQ

Tel: 020 7263 4290

Email: training@lsbp.org.uk    


 







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