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Practitioner Diploma in Sequential Heilkunst Treatment (DSH)

DHHP and DSH compared
DHHP 4 years Mod 01-6 Philosophy and Principles - Level I DSH 3 years
Mod 07-10 Philosophy and Principles - Level II and Mod 11-12 Philosophy and Principles - Level III
Mod 13 Dynamic Regimen
Mod 14-19 Materia Medica
Mod 20-21 Case Taking Methods and Analysis/Management
Mod 25 Running a Successful Business
Mod 48 Latest Therapeutic Advances
Mod 34-38 Clinical Internship only Mod35 required
Mod 22-24 Pharmacology / Pharmacognosy / Drug-Herb Nutrient Interactions  
Mod 26 Anatomy/Dynamic Physiology/Cellular Pathology
Mod 40 Dynamic Philosophy
Mod 41 Dynamic Blood Analysis - Introduction
Mod 44 Introduction to Animal Heilkunst 44 and 45
Mod 47 - 50 Individual Advanced Modules

This diploma program provides a comprehensive foundation for the treatment of complex cases using a sequential approach to the removal of various shocks and traumas in a person’s lifetime and the comprehensive treatment of chronic miasms (often referred to as sequential homeopathy), as well as the treatment of deeper states of disease involving what is known as the chthonic realm and the ideogenic realm, plus training in dynamic regimen and how to handle acute cases using first-aid and homeopathic prescribing.

This is an ideal program for those wishing to start practicing as soon as possible, while still gaining training in using a highly effective and comprehensive approach that gets at the core of complex and chronic cases. While developing a practice, you will also be able to work on gaining further knowledge and expertise regarding additional aspects of Heilkunst treatment in a manner that meets your schedule.

Graduates of the DSH can opt later to take various additional courses to enrich their understanding if they wish, and can also continue on to fulfill the additional requirements for the DHHP (all course study for the DSH) is fully credited to the DHHP, though an additional clinical internship (additional 5 cases) is required, as well as additional treatment requirements for the student.