During this symposium, presenters will discuss the different approaches they have developed to meet the needs of people arriving with a variety of mental and emotional health issues.
Selina Hatherley, RSHom, will draw on her experience of using a ‘holistic toolbox’ in the clinics at Grenfell and in private practice.
Sue Craven, RSHom, will discuss her approach to practice when working at a resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people.
Bob Blair, LCH, PCH, will demonstrate use of the Sensation Method in the case of a woman with panic attacks and chronic depression.
Tessa Jordan, RSHom, will suggest ways in which Bach flower remedies can complement homeopathic treatment.
This event is intended both for homeopaths and for practitioners of other disciplines.
Vegetarian lunch and refreshments included.
All applications should be received 3 weeks prior to the event in order to ensure a place.
We reserve the right to cancel any workshop if we do not have a minimum number of bookings.
We need to ensure that we have sufficient participants for events to be viable before we confirm them, usually 3 weeks before the date of the workshop. If you need to cancel because of exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to issue a voucher to be used for a future event: requests for vouchers must be made in writing.