treats the totality of the whole person rather than focusing on a diseased part. The medications are made from natural substances (releasing an energetic vibration - not herbal medicine) prepared according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. the Law of Similars, or "like cures like," is utilized to determine which remedy can best stimulate one's vital force or natural healing process
is a form of psychotherapy that works with the personality and honors that we are all spiritual beings as well.
Issues may include things like:
A next step
Subpersonality or imagery work
Seeking the higher self
Integration of the personality with spiritual purpose and love
Holistic healing and wellness:
will include finding balance between the various roles one has with their family, work, exercise, relaxation, reflective inner life, outer social life, or in service to others. When we are not limited by health problems or symptoms (whether that is a state of mind or a chronic ulcer) we can more fully express our creativity, passion for life or our highest purpose in being on this planet.
My practice takes an integral approach to healing the whole person, and in addition to Homeopathy, incorporates other complimentary areas of treatment and medicine, including: Psychosynthesis, Nutritional Support, Vibrational Essences, Addiction and Codependency.
After completing my medical and psychiatric training, I felt I needed to continue the expansion of my own consciousness, and this included searching for more expansive views of health and healing. I wanted to include complementary medicine options that were safe, effective and cleared the path toward inner freedom, from which one could pursue life in a more meaningful and loving way.
Training in psychosynthesis, homeopathy, nutritional support, energetic essences, and treatment of addiction later served to complement and round out my medical education, providing me with valuable tools to use in an integral approach to wellness.
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