March 10th, 2022 at 5-6pm PST
Jamie Oskin, ND, DHANP will be leading this Homœopathic Mentor. He will start the discussion by presenting a case to demonstrate how to successfully manage a case that contains both dynamic and non-dynamic elements. The dynamic portions of the case were treated with Homœopathy and the nondynamic portion of the case was treated with hygiene and lifestyle medicine. We will review the theory from the Organon wherein Hahnemann gives instructions for how to manage cases that require homœopathic and non-homœopathic treatments. This Homœopathic Mentor will serve as a sample and review for anyone wishing to apply for their DHANP credentials because the application requires at least one case submission that demonstrates this real-world concept, that practitioners utilize on a regular basis in clinical practice.
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Dr. Jamie Oskin is a highly trained naturopathic physician with an expertise in homœopathy. Dr. Oskin has a history of achievement in his field. After graduating with High Honors from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM) in Tempe, Arizona, Dr. Oskin completed a one-year residency in a general family practice and then a second-year specialty residency with a focus in homœopathy at the Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is currently sees patients in private practice at Arizona Natural Health Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Oskin is a national speaker on the homœopathic treatment of ADHD and Autism, and his work has been published in Homeopathy Today, the American Journal of Homœopathic Medicine, Naturopathic Doctor News and Review, the American Homœopath, and Chiropractic Economics (download Dr. Oskin’s articles here). Additionally, Dr. Oskin plays an active role in education as an adjunct faculty member in the homœopathy department at SCNM.
Dr. Oskin is a member of the National Center for Homœopathy, the American Institute of Homœopathy, and the Homœopathic Pharmacopœia Convention of the United States. He enjoys cooking, hiking, art, music, reading, and spending time with his family and friends in his spare time.