1. Which accomplishment/event/moment are you most proud of in your career as a Homeopath? 

Graduating from the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine was a special moment. I had a sense of accomplishment and felt honored to be sharing this event with like-minded colleagues. I am very proud to  practice homeopathy in my family clinical practice and to share my education, skills and experience with my patients and students of homeopathy.

2. What 3 aspects of your Homeopathic education contributed the most to your success?

I find that I am an experiential learner. Attending class and having the opportunity to interact with professors and students was very helpful for my learning. I also found the student clinic experience invaluable because I could observe real live cases being taken. Having to take on patients myself while I was being supervised gave me the confidence to practice the skills that I learned in class and clinic.

3. Share with us a recent and successful case treated with Homeopathic Medicine. 

There is so much involved in treating patients; especially the therapeutic relationship and case taking. We have such a wealth of homeopathic remedies that can truly help people. I treat a variety of people in my family practice and most of them find the homeopathic experience a transformational one. Cure is a process and sometimes it is hard work, but I find that if people are truly committed to the process, then homeopathy can do some amazing things. This is why I have such a passion for it.  It is important to have a good ‘grounding’ in homeopathy and I am happy to say, I was able to learn the necessary skills and attributes at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine.