With Thérèse Cosgrove
Self-care, including balanced nourishment, is vital for health practitioners. This seminar combines an exploration of your own eating habits and relationship with food, with information on appropriate ways to support your digestive health and individual nutrition needs. During the seminar we will explore language, attitudes and behaviours towards eating. Thérèse will also review key nutrition concepts and clarify common areas of confusion. The benefits and potential pit-falls of different diets will be explored, and the use of therapeutic foods, supplements and fasting discussed. Examples of useful tests to assess nutrient status will be explained. The seminar will also allow you to identify maintaining causes in cases, and to understand the appropriate level of dietary advice for clients. As an option, participants are invited to keep a 2-3 day food diary to bring to the seminar.
Thérèse Cosgrove ISHom, MNTOI, BEng
Thérèse has been in clinical practice for nearly 20 years. She studied with the Irish School of Homeopathy and subsequently went on to complete a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy, alongside studies in Functional Medicine. She runs her practice in Athenry, Co. Galway, where she integrates homeopathy and nutritional therapy. She also teaches student clinics and post-graduate seminars. During her years in practice, Thérèse has become particularly interested in practitioner self-care and supporting our foundations of health
The course is open to students and practitioners of Homeopathy.
23rd/24th May 2020 Postponed until further notice
Venue: Our Lady’s Hospice Education and Research Centre
Harold’s Cross, D6W EV82
Cost of the 2 day seminar: €200 Early Bird, if a deposit of €120 is received before the 15th of April 2020. €220 after that date.
Cancellations in writing will be accepted up to 3 weeks prior to commencement of the course. After this date, no refund will be given. The Irish School of Homeopathy reserve the right to cancel the course if the minimum number of people do not apply which in this case is 15 people.