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Osteopathie im Kranialen Bereich

Osteopathie im Kranialen Bereich

Der SCCO-Weg: Modul 2

Small group work on osteopath's shoulder

Dieser 5-tägige Kurs wurde ursprünglich von Dr. W. G. Sutherland, dem Begründer der kraniellen Osteopathie, entwickelt. Der Kurs ist so angelegt, dass er mehrfach absolviert werden kann und soll. Mit den wachsenden Erfahrungen und Fähigkeiten vertieft sich dabei das Verständnis der Kursinhalte.

Dieser Kurs baut auf bereits vorhandenen Kenntnissen der osteopathischen Prinzipien auf. Wir erforschen, wie man den Ausdruck der unwillkürlichen Bewegung diagnostisch nutzen kann, dass sich verschiedene Körperstrukturen und Funktionsebenen (Faszien, RSM, kranielle Knochen, Sakrum, ZNS und Liquor) beim Palpieren unterschiedlich anfühlen und welche klinische Relevanz dies hat.

Wir vertiefen unser Verständnis der Potency als Vermittlerin der Selbstkorrekturkräfte im Körper; insbesondere studieren wir die Prinzipien der Behandlung mit Balanced Tension, aber auch weiterer Behandlungsprinzipien der Tide wie CV4 und Fluid Drive.

Durch das Tutor-Schüler-Verhältnis von 1:4 ist bei den praktischen Übungen eine intensive individuelle Betreuung in einem sicheren Rahmen gewährleistet. Jeder Kurstag bietet ausreichend Zeit für Austausch in der Kleingruppe, und mit den Tutorinnen und Tutoren. Dies ermöglicht individuelles Feedback und eine kontinuierliche Einschätzung des persönlichen Lernfortschritts.

Das Lehrerkollegium des SCCO besteht aus Tutorinnen und Tutoren, die sowohl im Unterrichten als auch in der Arbeit mit dem unwillkürlichen Mechanismus sehr viel Erfahrung haben.

Scholarships, Bursaries & onward support

Find out whether you can benefit from one of our scholarships or bursaries and what support is available for your onward studies.

KURSGRUNDLAGEN
Teilnahme: Modul 1 oder vorheriges Schädeltraining
Ort: Bernried / Proitze
Gebühr: €1.850,00 (Unterkunft/Verpflegung)
Dauer: 5 Tage
CPD: 40 Std
Frequenz: Januar und Juni
Kursleiter: Peter Jacob Lamersdorf/Dianna Harvey/Claudia Gabriel

From the Course Directors

From the Course Directors

Dianna Harvey and Tajinder Deoora talk about Module 2: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field

Recorded during lockdown.

Osteopathy in the Cranial Field [M2] Course Directors, Dianna Harvey and Taj Deoora, discuss what you can expect when you come to a Module 2 course.

Dianna Harvey & Taj Deoora, Course Directors of Module 2: Osteopathy In The Cranial Field…

Module 2 is an opportunity to experience a learner-centred exploration of cranial work. The 1:4 Tutor:Student ratio gives students in depth feedback from models and from a different tutor every day.* Osteopathy in the cranial field is a different approach, treating the whole person and their life history, where we listen, we tune in to the tissues and work with them to support the body’s own self-healing mechanisms. We will be providing some pre-course study videos to help you to learn how the cranial bones fit together, so that the course can focus more on diagnosis and treatment.

* If this is permitted by government COVID restrictions

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Forthcoming opportunities to take Module 2: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field

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Was unsere Studenten sagen

“Loved it, one of the best courses I’ve been on!”

“Excellent course for all levels of cranial understanding.”

“I have never before seen such a dedicated group of tutors and lecturers. The tutors and lecturers knowledge and skill base was superb. It was a privilege to have the opportunity to work under guidance of 5 different tutors.”

“Fantastic tutors, great individual attention. So much experience brought to one place.”

“Lovely atmosphere and supportive environment. All my tutors were amazing, very patient.”

“The course way exceeded expectations, It was expertly run and delivered, the content expertly married structure/function and principles and the tutors were fantastic. All the tutors I worked with and listened to were highly skilled and knowledgeable yet friendly, supportive and empowering. Really impressed.”

“Very supportive yet room to breathe in the learning process.”

CPD Scheme

CPD Scheme

How this course maps to the GOsC CPD Scheme

No. LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of this course you should be able to:
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING
To achieve the learning outcome you must demonstrate the ability to:
1 Immediately use treatment approaches in  practice relating to the mobility of the cranial bones, the reciprocal tension of the membranes, the motility of the CNS, the fluctuation of the CSF and the involuntary motion of the sacrum between the ilia. Select from a diverse range of osteopathic techniques relating to the five phenomena in a range of settings in order to attain better treatment outcomes. Critically defend decisions, backed by research-based evidence as appropriate
2 Evaluate and map complex and conflicting evidence encountered during the evaluation of one’s patient, working confidently and independently. Provide a reasoned treatment and management plan for a patient that is based on osteopathic evaluation of the individual and responsive to the patient’s needs, values and expectations. Confidently and autonomously provide osteopathic care for a diverse range of patients that is underpinned by a range of cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills; Take full responsibility for managing all aspects of their care, centered on their needs as a person and your duty of care as a professional.
3 Communicate osteopathic evaluation and the proposed treatment and management plans to patients (and other stakeholders if appropriate) so that they are equipped to make informed decisions about their care. Flexibly adapt communication skills to ensure patients and other stakeholders are appropriately informed about all aspects of their care.
4 Apply and reflect on a variety of specialised cranial approaches to osteopathic practice, informed by one’s learning experiences both taught and observed. Competently provide effective osteopathic care using cranial techniques. Reflect on the impact of one’s experiences on development as an osteopath.
Type of Learning Learning Activity NLH*
Scheduled Learning Hours Lectures 15
Practical classes 15
Workshops 5
Scheduled online activities
Guided Learning Directed reading & research
Reflective portfolio development
Peer assisted learning
Independent Learning Unguided reading from defined reading list
Assessment preparation
Tutor defined project / Dissertation activity
Autonomous Learning Reading from non-specific sources
Reflection on clinical experiences 5
Placement Clinical observations
TOTAL 40

* Notional Learning Hours

OPS Theme OPS Mapping
1 2 3 4
Communication & Patient Partnership
Knowledge, Skill & Performance
Safety & Quality in Practice
Professionalism
CPD Standards
CPD activities are relevant to the full range of osteopathic practice See above mapping exercise
Objective activities have contributed to practice Peer review/Observation
Case-based discussion activity
Seek to ensure that CPD activities benefit patients Communication/Consent activity
Maintain CPD documentation Certificate of attendance/Overview document provided to student