Entry requirements

Only students who have successfully completed the STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course, Stage I: Groundwork are eligible to enter stage II of this program: ‘Case Studies’.

The STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course Stage I: Groundwork is a pre-requisite for this course. This is offered in an online format, with lectures and workshops delivered weekly over a period of 20 weeks.
More information is available here.

Overview

The STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course, Stage I: Groundwork provides training in most of the methods typically applied in the practice of medical-astrology – but that does not mean that you will feel confident in applying them to other people’s charts as soon as you complete that course. You will have practiced the use of horary, decumbiture, and electional, so these tools should feel fairly comfortable to you; however, the use of medical-astrology techniques in natal work, and the historical connection of astrology to herbalism, are likely to retain elements of confusion until more experience is gained in their practical application. This course is designed to expand your chart experience and consolidate your understanding of the principles through an in-depth exploration of a series of case studies, to allow you to gain confidence in your application of this material within your own chart work.

Because this course involves substantial personal work with each student, you must commit to active engagement with the course material if you wish to register. This means:

  • You must have received your certificate for the STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course, Stage I: Groundwork (aka: STAMP1).
  • You must commit to attending at least 80% of the sessions live. (Every effort will be made to shift starting times for different teams to work in different time zones around the world).
  • You commit to participating in the course assignments. Before you can attend the course, you must provide six charts you will use yourself in the course exercises, to include: 2 horaries, 2 electional exercises, and 2 natal examples, which must be accompanied by decumbitures.
  • For your benefit, you should have your course notes from STAMP1 well organized, because you will be constantly referring to the methods taught there, and in Lee Lehmans' textbook Traditional Medical Astrology.

Syllabus

The format of this course is quite different than that presented in STAMP1. Lecturing will be minimal, but group discussion is key. We begin with an exploration of everyone’s horaries, and proceed as follows:

  1. Students submit their horaries/decumbitures to our teaching portal, providing a copy of the chart and an assessment of the most important astrological details, the judgement, and the outcome/result of the situation. (These are presented as exercises, not mystery charts).
  2. A second student is appointed to review/critique the horary.
  3. The instructor for the session will then review both presentations, and add additional comments. The class will discuss this as a consultation, and the issues that it raises, along with answering any questions from the presenter or the other students.

The same type of structure is applied to the electional and natal modules of this course. The forum discussion will focus on examining the issues raised by the examples.

As the weeks proceed, students will also be given additional resources in the astrology of herbs, and tasked with some electional assignments relating to picking appropriate times for their use.

Download the full Prospectus of the Medical-Astrology Program.

Tutors

This course is written and administrated by J. Lee Lehman PhD, who is the main course presenter. For more about Lee's background click the link below.

Lee may be joined by several guest presenters who have expertise in medical astrology, including:

  • William Morris, PhD, DOAM, (Acupuncturist)
  • Anita Kolisch, MD (Medical Doctor)
  • Mercedes Stewart, RN, (Acupuncturist)
  • Nicky Allison, Naturopath, (Hypnotherapist)

In her four decade development as an astrologer, practical application has been a persistent hallmark which has defined Lee Lehman. Lee has a Ph.D. in Botany from Rutgers University. She is author of The Ultimate Asteroid Book (1988), Essential Dignities (1989), The Book of Rulerships (1992), Classical Astrology for Modern Living (1996), The Martial Art of Horary Astrology (2002), Astrology of Sustainability (2011), Traditional Medical Astrology (2011), Classical Solar Returns (2012), The Magic of Electional Astrology (2014), and a translation from the French of Papus’ Astrology for Initiates, available for purchase here. Lee is the former Academic Dean of Kepler College, and has taught regularly at the Midwest School of Astrology and Avalon School of Astrology, as well as serving as a faculty member of the STA and Principal of the STA Medical Program. Lee has trained students in horary, medical and electional astrology all over the world, in both live and online formats.

An early adherent of the current neo-classical movement in astrology, Lee’s focus has been to speak the method of classical astrology in modern language, and to help encourage people to learn how to apply ancient knowledge in modern systems. Her Perennial Herbal takes ancient astrological herbalism onto the web.

Lee was the recipient of the 1995 Marc Edmund Jones Award, and the 2008 UAC Marion March Regulus Award in the category of astrological education.

Policies, Requirements and Recommendations


  • This course is only avilable to graduates of the STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course, Stage I: Groundwork.
  • This is an English language delivery of the course so it essential that students have a fluent understanding of the English language.
  • The course materials should be accessible on all modern computers. It is assumed that students have access to a printer, and it is necessary to have stable internet access, as all coursework is done online through the STA Course Portal. Students are required to download a free video conference program, Zoom, to enable interactive online sessions with the tutors and fellow students.
  • Places held by a deposit must be paid in full before the agreed deadline. If the full payment is not completed by the advertised deadline we reserve the right to offer the placement to someone else. In the unlikely event that the course is cancelled or postponed, STA will refund all course fees but will not be liable for any other additional costs personally incurred by participants.
  • If a student pays for the course and then changes his or her mind for any reason, a cancellation will be arranged and the refund of any payment is provided within 30 days of that payment. No refunds are allowed after this 30-day period or after the delivery of any formal course material has commenced. Deposits paid to secure and hold a registration are non-refundable and non-transferable after the 30 day ‘cooling off’ period has expired.

Cost

The cost of this course is $475 US dollars. Details of start up dates and enrolment forms are provided directly by Lee Lehman to students of the STA Practitioners Level Medical-Astrology Course, Stage I: Groundwork.

For further details or any enquiries, email Lee Lehman at lee@sta.co or submit the following enquiry form.



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