In this single 2-hour online session,
held Wednesday September 6; 4:30-6:30pm US Pacific Time (UTC-7), and available as a self-paced course via streaming video afterwards,
we'll investigate a "small," poorly-described, relatively neglected remedy (Will refers to these as "Rodney Dangerfield remedies," as they don't get much respect), after identifying this as the Silillimum to a case we consider. We'll look closely at the strategies employed in case analysis to pluck this out of a field of much better-known remedies, and will explore strategies for accessing information about "small" remedies, including knowledge of the most effective resources for reading about these.
We'll closely investigate the remedy Cypripedium pubescens (Cypripedium parviflorum var. pubescens, the yellow lady slipper of northern North America), developing a "map" of this remedy from a study of its description in our literature, and reflecting on a couple of cases in which it proved curative; and will extend our investigation to the discussion of the study, and identification in casework, of "small" remedies in general, bringing a few of these into focus.
One 2-hour online session, via Live interactive webinar, Wednesday Sepember 5; 4:30-6:30pm US Pacific Time (UTC-7). See the FAQs page on my site if you have questions re how these courses work, technical requirements &c. Participants will have access to all course materials, including streaming video of the live session posted after it airs, for 6 months following registration.
Following your registration via PayPal (using either a PayPal account, or a credit/debit card transaction processed by PayPal (you do not need a PayPal account to do this) you'll be directed to the course support page, where you'll find a link to register with our webinar service provider for the Live Session.
- Teacher: Will Taylor