Face Reading for Acupuncturists
Your patients most likely tell you stories about their lives that are long-standing narratives. Too often, these stagnant patterns contribute to their sub-health state, physical, emotional, and/or spiritual.
Through simple face reading techniques, you can shift the narrative to fill your patients with hope and possibilities. Whether you discover that your patient needs to find an outlet for creative expression, or signs that over caring for others needs to shift to time for themselves, reading the face opens topics of discussion that can move your patients from being stuck to a place of growth.
In this Qiological Live session, you will explore the intersection of western and eastern mental health concepts and how they show on the face. From this understanding of how the face tells an emotional, experiential story, you will dive into ways to use this information for more effective patient communication and transformation.
Upon completion of the Qiological Live session, participants will be able to:
- Describe the similarities and differences between western and eastern concepts of mental health
- Discuss how being able to apply simple face reading techniques can inform your work with patients to bolster their mental health
- Feel comfortable using the three zones of the face to understand patient decision-making and communication styles
- Explore at least five face-reading strategies that help shift patients from a deficit- to asset-based approach to their health
You'll have lifetime access to the recording of this course
Faces divulge where people have come from and where they’re going.
People can change the outcome of their futures by understanding the barriers and opportunities revealed by their face.
Your Instructor For This Class
Dr. Juli Kramer earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction and Counseling Psychology. She holds a diploma in Chinese Medicine Nutritional Therapy and multiple certificates in Chinese medicine and face reading.
Dr. Kramer is also a certified qigong instructor. Chinese medicine was not something she set out to study and teach from a young age. In fact, she discovered its incredible healing and wellness benefits later in life when she needed them most. Even more transformational, when Dr. Kramer lived in Shanghai from 2016-2018, she found herself immersed in a culture that lived and breathed Chinese medicine principles all around her. And now she dedicates her time and energy to spread the concepts and tools of these healing practices to others.