11/03/2017 - 09:00 to 12/03/2017 - 17:00
Presented by: 
Martin Costigan
Addington Haven, 19 Church Square Addington Christchurch

Do you struggle with case management? This 2 day case management intensive, focusing on various aspects of the case management dynamic within the clinical setting, will benefit homeopathic practitioners and students alike.


Many homeopaths struggle to develop a clear approach to case taking and repertorisation, the result often being a simile for the case, not the simillimum. Even if the simillimum is found from the initial consultation, where do you go from there?  This is the area of case management where uncertainty creeps in, most mistakes are made, and the case lost. To journey with a patient to completion of cure is exhilarating and a great sense of achievement because it involves all a practitioner’s skills and the whole ‘tool kit’ of homeopathic principles.


To view and download the Seminar brochure and book to attend the seminar go to

This seminar  will be the first in an ongoing annual series.

Suggested Prerequisite Reading: Achieving and Maintaining the Simillimum, by Dr Luc De Schepper

Topics that will be covered

Day 1

  • Effective case taking and repertorisation using Kent’s hierachy of symptoms
  • The second prescription
  • The Core Delusion, what it is and how to identify it in the clinic
  • Dream analysis in homeopathy

Day 2

  • The Original Wound: timeline in case taking
  • Live Case Taking
  • Case Analysis
  • Lachesis vs Nat mur: kissing cousins!

Attendees are invited to bring a plate for a shared lunch on both days. This will provide everyone with a relaxed opportunity to socialise and share time together. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Tea and coffee making facilities will be also.

 Fees NZ$280 Practitioners $250 Students for the weekendIf attending for one day only  price is half the weekend fee.