For our seventeenth webinar Barbara Fougere, BSc BVMS (Hons), BHSc, MODT, MHSc (Herb Med), CVA (IVAS), CVBM, CVCP, CMAVA,will lecture on Medicinal Mushrooms in Veterinary Practice. Only $70 for VBMA Members!
Medicinal Mushrooms in Veterinary Practice: mechanisms, research and practical applications.
Every dog magazine says don’t feed dogs mushrooms! Mushrooms are a huge kingdom and yes amanita mushrooms should be off the edible list, but what about medicinal mushrooms? Join Dr Barbara Fougere in an exploration of seven fungi and their practical application in practice, their actions, indications and safety. Discover fungi that enhance senior pet wellbeing; that support cancer and that support patients with renal and liver disease. And if you studied microbiology…you know the principles already so we will review easy cultivation of mushrooms to grow your own.
Once you’ve registered, please send any questions you may have for Dr. Fougere about Medicinal Mushrooms via email to email@example.com. Dr. Fougere will answer submitted questions during the webinar presentation.
ABOUT DR. FOUGERE:
Dr Barbara Fougere graduated from Murdoch in 1986. Her integrative practice is in Sydney Australia and she teaches for the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies and lectures on integrative medicine all over the world. She is the current Chair of the American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine and board member of the Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association. She has been a veterinary herbalist and acupuncturist for more than 20 years, has authored textbooks on herbal medicine and in her spare time enjoys her permaculture garden, herbs, silver-smithing, and menagerie of animals.
When our practices are changing and there is uncertainty all around, feeling overloaded and stressed is inevitable. We are challenged to use every resource we can amass in order to stay resilient and sharp in order to serve our clients.
Empirical psychology has begun to conceptualize resilience, applying models which are based explicitly on the idea of healthy or adaptive development in the face of stressful influences.
In this workshop you will be introduced to the BASIC-Ph, a model which is based explicitly on the idea of healthy or adaptive development in the face of stressful influences.
A power point presentation of the theoretical material will precede the hands-on experiential part of the workshop. Please prepare a notebook, colored 11X14 sheet of heavy paper, and a white 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper. Have on hand a glue stick, crayons, markers, pencil and pen. We will be using our cell phone cameras to photograph the process. Bring your curiosity and openness to have meaningful enjoyment.
There will be a short presentation on adaptogenic herbs for resilience by Dr. Rona Sherebrin immediately preceding the workshop.
ABOUT HANNAH SHEREBRIN:
Hannah Sherebrin is a Registered Art Therapist with the American Art Therapy Association (ATR-BC 91-044), Ontario Art Therapy Association (OATR-12), Canadian Art Therapy Association (RCATA) and the Israeli Arts Therapies Association (Y.A.T.-Supervisor-188). She completed her Master Certificate degree in 1990 at the University of Western Ontario, and received the social services of London Ontario distinguished medal of service award in 1996, and the Lifetime Professional Achievement and service Award in 2018 from the Israeli Arts Therapies Association.
On May 16th, 2019 Dr. Janice Huntingford presented an incredibly informative webinar on the use of herbs in post-surgical rehab and recovery environments for the VBMA. VBMA Members who missed this continuing education opportunity may purchase a recording for $70, non-member cost is $115.00. Order below.
Webinar Recording: USE OF HERBAL MEDICINE ALONGSIDE CONVENTIONAL CANCER TREATMENT
USE OF HERBAL MEDICINE ALONGSIDE CONVENTIONAL CANCER TREATMENT webinar from December 12th 2019. You'll be emailed a link to view a recording of this webinar within three business days of placing your order.