New CPD films share homeopaths’ insights and unique approaches to practice

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    [post_content] => A series of short films featuring practitioners sharing their unique approaches to homeopathy has been produced for the Society of Homeopaths website.

The videos, commissioned specifically by the Society to help members expand their professional development,  highlight a wide range of popular topics, drawn from homeopaths' experiences in the UK and internationally.

They include:
  • Dawn Keyse who discusses her eclectic approach to practice and talks in particular about her focus on nutrition and incorporating naturopathy (natural therapies) into her practice.
  • Illana Dannheisser and Grazia Gatti on their use of the sensation method and case-taking and approaches to using it in day-to-day practice as featured in their own homeopathy programme Evolving Sensation: Bridging the Map and the Patient.
  • Hilary Fairclough, director of the Maun Project, who describes how she developed the Triad method of dividing cases into three clear layers.
  • Andrew Ward who explores Classical Homeopathy and its principles, as defined by founder Dr Samuel Hahnemann and developed by Professor George Vithoulkas. Andrew has worked with Prof Vithoulkas in Greece for eight years and teaches the Vithoulkas approach in the UK
All of the contributors are practising homeopaths with decades of experience of working with patients. The films are available to members only in the Methodologies section of the My Development area of the website, which brings together learning material on common CPD topics, ideas of what to study further and suggestions for developing services for patients in key areas of practice. Pamela Stevens, Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager, said hearing directly from people who had achieved a high level of expertise in homeopathy offered members fresh perspectives on their own practice and professional development. "Each film is about six or seven minutes long and contains detailed insight about each individual's work and specific approaches to homeopathy. We know that hearing the experiences and insights of practitioners is what our members especially value and these are all people very well-known in the field who have many years of knowledge to draw on but who are still working and developing their practice." More films will be added to the site later this year. [post_title] => New CPD films share homeopaths' insights and unique approaches to practice [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => new-films-share-experts-insights-and-unique-approaches-to-homeopathy [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-03-26 13:14:12 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-03-26 13:14:12 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://homeopathy-soh.org/?p=13518 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )

A series of short films featuring practitioners sharing their unique approaches to homeopathy has been produced for the Society of Homeopaths website.

The videos, commissioned specifically by the Society to help members expand their professional development,  highlight a wide range of popular topics, drawn from homeopaths’ experiences in the UK and internationally.

They include:

  • Dawn Keyse who discusses her eclectic approach to practice and talks in particular about her focus on nutrition and incorporating naturopathy (natural therapies) into her practice.
  • Illana Dannheisser and Grazia Gatti on their use of the sensation method and case-taking and approaches to using it in day-to-day practice as featured in their own homeopathy programme Evolving Sensation: Bridging the Map and the Patient.
  • Hilary Fairclough, director of the Maun Project, who describes how she developed the Triad method of dividing cases into three clear layers.
  • Andrew Ward who explores Classical Homeopathy and its principles, as defined by founder Dr Samuel Hahnemann and developed by Professor George Vithoulkas. Andrew has worked with Prof Vithoulkas in Greece for eight years and teaches the Vithoulkas approach in the UK

All of the contributors are practising homeopaths with decades of experience of working with patients.

The films are available to members only in the Methodologies section of the My Development area of the website, which brings together learning material on common CPD topics, ideas of what to study further and suggestions for developing services for patients in key areas of practice.

Pamela Stevens, Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager, said hearing directly from people who had achieved a high level of expertise in homeopathy offered members fresh perspectives on their own practice and professional development.

“Each film is about six or seven minutes long and contains detailed insight about each individual’s work and specific approaches to homeopathy. We know that hearing the experiences and insights of practitioners is what our members especially value and these are all people very well-known in the field who have many years of knowledge to draw on but who are still working and developing their practice.”

More films will be added to the site later this year.

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