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Recording of Webinar: Naturopathic Philosophy

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Where: Online

CPE: 1.5 CPE points

Webinar Recording: Registering for this event will give you access to the webinar recording. 

Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

The Principles of Naturopathy: A Philosophical Discussion

Most clinicians are exposed to the principles of Naturopathy in the very early stages of their formal education, however there seems to be little emphasis put on the importance of these principles thereafter and are often quickly forgotten about. Alarmingly, there are also a number of fields that fall under the umbrella of Naturopathy or Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), where students are never once exposed to these principles during their training.

It’s important for CAM practitioners not to forget about these principles, because they are after all, what makes Naturopathy such an effective and powerful healing modality. Our profession runs the risk of becoming “green pharmacists”, especially if we continue to lose touch with these principles in an effort to be completely aligned with the orthodox “evidence-based medicine” model.

This webinar aims to;

  1. Review the Naturopathic principles and their importance in clinical practice
  2. Re-connect practitioners with the traditional understanding of human health and disease
  3. Help practitioners re-align with the fundamental underpinnings of Naturopathy
  4. Provide some practical strategies around how to re-introduce traditional knowledge in to modern day clinical practice

Daniel Roytas

Mr. Daniel Roytas is a Naturopath, Nutritionist and Remedial Massage Therapist with over 10 years clinical and educational experience. 

He is the Senior Lecturer of Nutritional Medicine at Torrens University and regularly presents for a number of professional associations. He is a published author, public speaker and passionate about educating and empowering clinicians, so that they can achieve optimal health outcomes for their patients.

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