Mental health symposium to explore role homeopaths can play in tackling ‘crisis’

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    [post_content] => Practitioners will explore the different approaches they take to meet the needs of people with mental and emotional health issues at a Society of Homeopaths symposium later this year.

The event, for homeopaths and physicians following other disciplines, takes place at the Resource for London, Holloway Road on November 17.

It aims to provide insights and advice on how homeopathy can be deployed to help deal with the rising incidence of mental health problems at a time when NHS services are under intense pressure - an argument highlighted in the 2017 report, Untapped Resources, published jointly by the Royal Society for Public Health and the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) exploring the contribution that PSA-accredited registers' practitioners, such as Society members, could make to addressing a range of public health crises.

Speakers include:
  • Selina Hatherley, RSHom, who will share her experience of using a ‘holistic toolbox’ in an integrated approach to healthcare.
  • Sue Craven, RSHom, will give an overview of her work with homeless and vulnerable people.
  • Bob Blair will talk about how Rajan Sankaran’s Sensation Method can be used to find a remedy that resonates with patients at every level of suffering.
  • Nicola Vanlint will consider safeguarding issues for both client and practitioner and discuss the value of clear contracting and regular supervision.
  • Tessa Jordan, RSHom, will discuss her understanding of the links between homeopathy and Dr Bach’s system of healing with flower remedies.
“Both in their daily practice and in a variety of special projects, homeopaths are making a significant but often unrecognised contribution to the mental and emotional wellbeing of their patients,” said Sue Crump, Chair of the Society's Public Affairs Committee. “This symposium provides an opportunity to explore different ways of working, including collaboration with practitioners of other therapies.” For details of how to book, click here [post_title] => Mental health symposium to explore role homeopaths can play in tackling 'crisis' [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => mental-health-symposium-to-explore-role-homeopaths-can-play-in-tackling-crisis [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-07-31 17:27:09 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-07-31 16:27:09 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://homeopathy.uk.w3pcloud.com/?p=14955 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )

Practitioners will explore the different approaches they take to meet the needs of people with mental and emotional health issues at a Society of Homeopaths symposium later this year.

The event, for homeopaths and physicians following other disciplines, takes place at the Resource for London, Holloway Road on November 17.

It aims to provide insights and advice on how homeopathy can be deployed to help deal with the rising incidence of mental health problems at a time when NHS services are under intense pressure – an argument highlighted in the 2017 report, Untapped Resources, published jointly by the Royal Society for Public Health and the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) exploring the contribution that PSA-accredited registers’ practitioners, such as Society members, could make to addressing a range of public health crises.

Speakers include:

  • Selina Hatherley, RSHom, who will share her experience of using a ‘holistic toolbox’ in an integrated approach to healthcare.
  • Sue Craven, RSHom, will give an overview of her work with homeless and vulnerable people.
  • Bob Blair will talk about how Rajan Sankaran’s Sensation Method can be used to find a remedy that resonates with patients at every level of suffering.
  • Nicola Vanlint will consider safeguarding issues for both client and practitioner and discuss the value of clear contracting and regular supervision.
  • Tessa Jordan, RSHom, will discuss her understanding of the links between homeopathy and Dr Bach’s system of healing with flower remedies.

“Both in their daily practice and in a variety of special projects, homeopaths are making a significant but often unrecognised contribution to the mental and emotional wellbeing of their patients,” said Sue Crump, Chair of the Society’s Public Affairs Committee.

“This symposium provides an opportunity to explore different ways of working, including collaboration with practitioners of other therapies.”

For details of how to book, click here

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