The NHS is in crisis and more and more people are looking for alternative help with acutes. Homeopaths running acute practices are busier than ever and our colleagues in the homeopathic pharmacies have also seen a big rise in the number of enquiries from the public seeking help with acute conditions.
Now is the time for us to champion the benefits of homeopathy, help people in real need and alleviate the pressure on the NHS.
In association with the Society of Homeopaths, Marcus Christo FSHom will show you how you can successfully treat acutes and build a thriving practice.
Marcus will walk you through how to identify the acute complaint and explore the remedies and rubrics needed in order to prescribe efficiently and successfully.
This workshop is for established practitioners who want to refresh their knowledge of acutes or add acutes to their practice. It will also benefit any student homeopath* whose ambition is to grow a busy practice.
Reserve your place and equip yourself with the skills and confidence you need to tackle acutes.
Please note that as this is an interactive workshop, it will not be recorded.
Marcus has over 33 year’s experience in treating acute complaints and runs the UK’s most successful acutes drop-in clinic, The Homoeopathic Clinic (Travelling Homoeopaths Collective https://thc.org.uk/) providing a drop-in clinic and information service at outdoor events including Glastonbury.
Marcus has been teaching how to treat acutes and acute therapeutics for over 28 years. He graduated from the College of Homœopathy in June 1990 founding the Travelling Homœopaths Collective (THC ) in the same year. In 1994 he became a Member of the College of Homoeopathy and a Registered member of the Society of Homeopaths.
Marcus is a regular speaker at conferences for the Society of Homeopaths and the Homeopathic Medical Association. He has also lectured at South Downs College, Welsh School of Homoeopathy, Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, RSH UK and The Trinity Health Hub.
Marcus practices in Damerham and Ringwood and in 2004 was awarded a Fellowship of the Society of Homeopaths.
* As a background understanding is required, we recommend that students have completed at least year one of a homeopathy course. Save money on your ticket by joining us. If you are not a Society student member, find out more about membership.
The Society has the right to change the workshop programme.