Classical Homeopathy: First Aid
What you'll learn
- This course is about what Classical Homeopathy contributes to the recovery and rapid healing of common First Aid situations, things that occur every day, in your home and in your world. Everything you learn in this course is applicable to adults, kids and animals.
This course will introduce you to Classical Homeopathy through teaching you First Aid, the homeopathic way.
Homeopathy is a 300 year old medical system that is the second-most utilized method of health treatment globally. While it has a well-established philosophy, it is often perceived as mysterious and unapproachable. This course will demonstrate the effectiveness and ease with which you can treat all family members, including those with fur, using the basic tools of classical homeopathy.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for everyone!
Becoming a homeopath was the culmination of many years of life experience, education and human observation.
I am a Hahnemannian classical homeopath. In my 14 years of practice, I have been privileged to help facilitate the healing of chronic physical and mental disease in my patients. There is no other medical art that I have found that provides the same depth of whole healing that homeopathy does in the hands of a true classical practitioner
I was the Registrar at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine and taught and supervised students of homeopathy for 8 years before moving on to private practice and research.
My own personal journey continues toward completion of study in grief and bereavement studies, CBT, Hypnosis, Reiki and NLP.
My education has been eclectic, ranging from the formal study of nursing to English Literature and Eastern Religions (Bachelor degree) to psychotherapy (MA program) to a 3 year program in Holistic Nutrition. I have had careers that reflect my endless curiosity of, and (com)passion for, people: carpenter, personal chef, travel agent and guide, salesperson, university administrator, explorer, and practical advisor.
Besides my private practice, I volunteer at Kensington Hospice in Resident and Family care, and I am part of a research team at University Health Network investigating auto-immune arthritis.
My philosophy: we are whole beings that consist of 4 bodies (spiritual, physical, emotional and mental).
My calling is to help you to find balance in all bodies, all working together in harmony, so that you can live your best life!