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School of Homeopathy First Aid Courses

01 October 2009 at 13:02

First Aid Courses
These short 4 day courses provide an insight into the philosophical background as well as the basic methodology of first-aid and acute prescribing in homeopathy, so that you can use it in everyday situations at home, on the sports field, at work and on holiday – for yourself, your family and friends! First aid homeopathy is used to help treat many first aid situations, from childhood fevers, teething troubles, attacks of sickness, ear infections, coughs, flu, diarrhoea etc.

Learn how to use quick and effective homeopathic methods to ease first aid symptoms.  No prior knowledge of homeopathy or medicine required.  The information provided can be used in addition to standard first-aid and accident procedures.

The course is aimed at those who have little or no prior knowledge of homeopathy and its application. We take you through it step-by-step to help you gain the basic understanding that you can apply in everyday situations.  Once you have completed this course, you should be able quickly to assess whether and how you can treat particular symptoms yourself, or whether you should seek professional help.

You will be taught an in-depth understanding of 28 Materia Medica remedies. The course is instructed via colourful PowerPoint presentations, with lively class discussions, DVDs and individual/group case analysis. This is a wonderful courses to take if you are genuinely interested in taking care of yourself and your loved ones or if you are thinking of studying homeopathy at a professional level sometime in the future. Those who choose to complete the two written assignments (300 - 500 words) and three case assessments and who successfully pass the tutor-marked assessments, will receive a First Aid Homeopathic Credit from the School of Homeopathy (Please note that there will be an extra fee for completing this certification process).

The First Aid Courses are run by tutors from the School of Homeopathy. They are only currently available in the UK and America. If you would like to study First Aid Homeopathy but are not able to make these events then you can enjoy the course via home study with the School’s Homeopathy First Aid Course & Remedy Kit.

For more information about these events or to book them please contact the event organiser direct, as follows:

Jenny Grist · UK
Jenny’s interest in homeopathy began in 1987 with much experimentation on her own farm animals and other friends. Jenny studied at The School of Homeopathy, graduating in 2002, and also completed the Dynamis School of Advanced Homeopathy. She runs a thriving rural practice in the green depths of Mid Devon, but regularly takes herself away to teach Homeopathy at ‘Wellie’ Level. Jenny enjoys the magic of matching spirit to substance. Jenny is a much loved and regular teacher on the School of Homeopathy Advanced Practitioners Diploma course in the UK.

Jo Magner · UK
Jo became aware of homeopathy as a child when her younger sister was treated homeopathically for her very severe eczema. The remedy used made a substantial difference and the family continued to use homeopathy at home. Jo started the homeopathy correspondence course at the School of Homeopathy whilst living abroad and then moved to attendance on her return to the UK. Jo now has a thriving practice in Bath treating patients with a variety of conditions. She also regularly mentors work for the School of Homeopathy correspondence course. Having had the benefit of an excellent tutor whilst she studied on the correspondence course, Jo is delighted to be able to offer help and support to those students embarking on the correspondence course today.

Polly Noakes · UK
Polly trained as a homeopath because she wanted to work with people in a holistic way. Polly studied at The School of Homeopathy for four years - a fully accredited course run by Misha Norland, an internationally respected homeopath and founder member of the Society of Homeopaths.  Polly says “Alongside my homeopathic training -  as part of the course, I studied anatomy, physiology, pathology and disease. I was lucky enough to grow up with  homeopathy (my mother was an advocate of it)  and likewise so have my children. Seventeen years ago, when my son's severe ear infections failed to resolve it was homeopathy that finally helped it - and his stutter went too!” Polly has lived in the New Forest, Ringwood for over 10 years and it has very much become her home and community. She is registered with the Society of Homeopaths and is also a Member of the Academic Faculty of the School of Homeopathy,  mentoring/marking students work.

Sally Tamplin · USA

Sally graduated from The School of Homeopathy in 2002.  She has been resident in the USA for approximately thirteen years. She lives in Western Springs, Illinois with her husband Cliff. In October 2007 she completed three years of advanced study with Jeremy Sherr at the Dynamis School of Advanced Homeopathy. Sally has also spent time studying with Jacob Mirman, Sujata Owens, Rajan Sankaran, Jan Scholten and Farokh Master.  She is a member of The National Center for Homeopathy and The Minnesota Homeopathic Association where she has also served as The Executive Director. For the past four years Sally and Dr Jacob Mirman have developed the Minnesota Homeopathic Association Influenza project and she is the co–author of the informative web site Sally loves to teach. She started out life as a school teacher and has a degree and teaching certificate from Sussex University. She is also a Registered Bach Flower Essence Practitioner and a Certified Australian Bush Essence Teacher.


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