The Seven Emotions in Chinese medicine

Emotional Disorders are a main reason of developing a disease. The seven emotions refer to joy, anger, melancholy, worry, grief, fear and fright which is an ancient concept from Chinese Medicine psychology.
Tim Vukan · July 12, 2019

Overview:

Emotional Disorders are a main reason of developing a disease. The seven emotions refer to joy, anger, melancholy, worry, grief, fear and fright which is an ancient concept from Chinese Medicine psychology. It describes emotional imbalances and their connections to our inner organ functions. This course offers deep understanding about how emotions influence our human body and how disorders can be understood.

This Online Course includes:

Free Introduction Course – 5 minutes

Online Course – 71 minutes

Certificate: After you finished watching each lesson click “Mark Complete”, once all lessons are completed you can download the Certificate. You can find a download link on the main page of your purchased course.

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CPD Approved:

71 minutes of CPD (Acupuncture NZ)

Certificate:

by Wushan TCM – Chinese Medical Network in China

About Instructor

Tim Vukan

Tim Vukan, MMed, Master of Chinese medicine at (ZCMU) is one of the few foreigners who completed his more than 13 years of Chinese medicine education directly in China! He is a certified Chinese medicine practitioner who has been studying and practicing for more than ten years at Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou (China). He is now teaching Chinese medicine to Chinese and foreign students at ZCMU.

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