First Aid for Baby
The Homeopathy First Aid for Baby Course & Remedy Kit
- Study of homeopathic philosophy and methods
- Study of acute and first aid treatments for pregnancy, birth and baby
- Pregnancy, birth and baby use of homeopathic medicines
- Self-assessment questions and cases
- Tutor assessment and certificate
- DVD of lectures on homeopathy and remedies
- Three booklets of homeopathic philosophy and medicines
- Voucher for additional homeopathic study
- Voucher for additional remedies and pharmacy
- 30g tube of Calendular cream
- 36 homeopathic remedies in 30c and 200c potency
Here is a quick overview of each of the main sections, greater detail is given below.
Part 1 Introduction
This gives you a brief overview of homeopathy, its history and its development.
Part 2 Homeopathic principles
This explains the basic principles of classical homeopathy, so that you can understand the philosophy underpinning its application and what healing outcomes to expect.
Part 3 First steps to using homeopathy
We introduce a commonly used remedy for you to start using straight away, prior to undertaking your main study.
Part 4 Case receiving and prescribing guidelines
This gives you guidelines on receiving the case, assessing symptoms and finding the most appropriate remedy (prescribing).
Parts 5, 6, 7 and 8
Here we look at the different conditions and problems which can crop up in Pregnancy, during Labour, after the birth and in the new born baby during those first few weeks of life and how to find appropriate homeopathic remedies. To help you learn more about homeopathy and casework, we have included sample cases at the end of each Part.
Part 9 Self Assessed Cases
Here, under the heading for the appropriate part (5-8) are some self-assessment questions, so you can have a go yourself and check your understanding with our answer at the course ‘Answers’ section. You can either work through these at the end of each Part, or you can wait until you have completed all the Parts 5 – 8 and then do them all together as you prefer.
This section holds all the answers to the self-assessment questions and cases and should not be looked at until you have attempted the questions yourself first.
Once you have worked through the course, having completed all the self-assessment questions, watched the DVD and read the books, you will be ready to tackle the assignments. These are optional.
The DVD provides a important part of the learning. It is divided into nine sections to fit with the nine parts of the course. The movie chapters follow most of the course sections, so you can watch the relevant chapter on the DVD as you work your way through the course.
Homeopathy for Mother and Baby, by Miranda Castro
Here you will find a wealth of self help information as well as detailed information on a large number of remedies appropriate to this stage of life. There will be frequent references to this book during the course and it will be an invaluable reference for prescribing.
Get Well Soon, by Misha Norland and students of the School of Homeopathy
This little gem of a book is perfect for getting started in homeopathy and as a quick reference guide to acute and first aid homeopathy. It is fantastic for helping you deal with accidents and common ailments at home quickly, safely and effectively. It will become your main reference for prescribing and should be kept with the remedy kit.
Homeopathy, A Rational Choice in Medicine, by Mo Morrish
This book will help you learn more about homeopathy and how it stacks up against modern mainstream western medicine. It helps to dispel some of the myths surrounding homeopathy, enabling you to make more informed decisions about healthcare.
The fee for assessment and certification is included in the price of the course. Successful completion leads to the The School of Health and the School of Homeopathy's ‘Homeopathy First Aid’ certificate.
Course remedy kit
The Remedy Kit contains 36 homeopathic medicines in 30 and 200c potency and one 30g tube of Calendula Cream. The names below are first given in the abbreviated form and then in full. By the end of the course you will be familiar with all the remedies:
Antimonium tartaricum 30c
Arsenicum album 200c
Bellis perennis 200c
Calcarea carbonica 30c
Carbo vegetabilis 200c
Chinchona officinalis 200c
Kali carbonica 200c
Kali phosphoricum 200c
Magnesium Phos 30c
Natrum muraticum 30c
Nux vomica 30c
Calendula 30g Cream
Great savings! The pack comes with a School of Homeopathy voucher worth £75.00 and can be redeemed against further study and a Helios voucher worth £15.00 that can be redeemed against remedy orders so you can keep your kit topped up.
Full course content
Welcome & Guidelines
1.1 The history of homeopathy
1.2 Hahnemann and the first principles
1.3 Glossary of commonly used terms in homeopathy
2.1 A homeopathic view of health
2.2 Levels of being within totality
2.3 Acute and chronic disease
2.4 Self-healing and the vital force
2.5 Exciting causes
2.6 Law of similars
2.10 Minimum dose
2.11 Single dose
2.13 Other ways of finding information
2.14 Direction of cure
2.15 A final note
3.1 First steps – using Belladonna homeopathically
4.1 Acute case analysis
4.2 Symptom categorisations
4.3 Receiving the chronic case - an overview
4.4 Receiving the acute case
4.5 Acute case examples
4.6 Taking the remedy
4.7 Dosage and repetition
4.8 What changes can be expected after taking the remedy?
4.9 What about aggravations?
4.10 The appearance of ‘new’ symptoms during treatment
4.11 When is the remedy changed?
4.12 Is homeopathy safe? Are there side-effects?
4.13 Cautionary guidelines
5.2 Pregnancy - Digestion
5.3 Pregnancy - Aches and Pains
Symphisis pubis pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
5.4 Pregnancy – Urinary problems
5.5 Pregnancy - Anaemia, faintness, dizziness
5.6 Pregnancy - Varicose veins and Haemorrhoids (Piles)
5.7 Pregnancy - Sleep problems
5.8 Pregnancy – Cholestasis
5.9 Pregnancy - Hypertension, oedema, pre-eclampsia
5.10 Pregnancy - Vaginal discharge and itching
5.11 Pregnancy - Bleeding and Miscarriage
5.12 Pregnancy - Unusual position of baby such as breech, transverse etc
6.2 Birth - Premature Labour
6.3 Birth - Delayed labour – late for dates
6.4 Birth - Prolonged pre-labour or false labour
6.5 Birth - Contractions
6.6 Birth - Failure to progress, slow labour, difficult contractions
6.7 Birth - Rapid labour
6.8 Birth - Trembling
6.9 Birth - Vomiting in labour
6.10 Birth - Third stage
Post Partum Haemorrhage
6.11 Birth - Drugs – side effects
7.2 Puerperium - After pains and sub-involution
7.3 Puerperium - Bruising and tissue trauma
After effects of catheters, urinary problems
7.4 Puerperium - Caesarian section
7.5 Puerperium - Other problems
Post Partum Infection
7.6 Puerperium - Breast feeding
Sore and cracked nipples
Supply problems – not enough or too much milk
7.7 Puerperium - Post natal blues
8.1 New Born Baby
8.2 New Born Baby - post delivery
8.3 New Born Baby - Sleeplessness and Crying
8.4 New Born Baby – Digestive Problems
8.5 New Born Baby - Neonatal jaundice
8.6 New Born Baby - Eye discharges
8.7 New Born Baby – Thrush & nappy rash
9.1 Self Assessment
Three remedies in-depth
Self-assessment questions A-M