Homeopathy for Moms (and Dads) Introductory Class


Mothers and fathers are the first line of care for most children’s health issues. It is up to parents to decide when to call the doctor, and what to do at home. Homeopathy is well suited to home care as it is safe, easy to use, inexpensive, and environmentally sound. It is used extensively in Europe and India, where it is practiced by MDs. Clinical trials have shown homeopathy to be very effective in treating a wide range of conditions. Children respond quickly to homeopathic care even with difficult to treat conditions such as tracheal malacia, RSV, allergies, nightmares, and behavior issues (though these should be treated by a professional homeopath.

In this class you will learn the basic principles of homeopathy: what it is, how it works, and how you can safely treat many of your family’s short-term health problems such as bee stings, fevers, colds, coughs, headaches, bruises, indigestion, poison-ivy, and more with the use of inexpensive homeopathic remedies. You will also learn when such conditions should be referred to a pediatrician or other health care professional.

Saturday, February 21st 12-4 pm $40

Thetford Center, Vermont (see directions page)

To sign up or for more information call (802) 785-2503

About the Instructor:

Nationally Certified Homeopath Didi Pershouse, CCH, LAc. has provided gentle and affordable health care for over 15 years. She is co-author of the latest homeopathy textbook: Vital Expression: A Manual on Homeopathic Casetaking (Inner Health Publications), editor of several other textbooks, and was editor of the preparatory course for the National Exam in Homeopathy. She is the founder of The Center for Sustainable Medicine, and the Two Rivers Clinic in Thetford Center where she practices homeopathy, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling. She has traveled and taught extensively in the field of alternative medicine.

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