Bach Flower Courses For Homeopaths

As a Homeopath herself, Tessa has seen how well the Bach flower remedies can be integrated into a Homeopathic practice and so developed a course specifically to introduce the remedies to other homeopaths and student homeopaths. This 3 day course is approved by the Bach Centre and accredited with a certificate on completion. The course is the equivalent of the standard BIEP Level 1 and 2 courses, so after following this Bach Flowers for Homeopaths Course you will be eligible to go straight to the Level 3, Practitioners course if you aim to be registered with the Bach Centre as a Bach Practitioner.

Whether you are a practising homeopath looking to expand the service you offer your patients or a student wanting to support family and friends in a safe and effective way, this course can add an extra dimension to your practice. Tessa will cover all the remedies and how to integrate them into a homeopathic practice. These are intensive training days with case studies, supportive interaction and realistic exercises.

Day 1 covers the 38 remedies; Dr Bach's philosophy; comparisons with Homeopathic philosophy; dosage; preparation; when to use Bach remedies in a Homeopathic case; Dr Bach's crisis mix and the cream preparation.

For some courses there is a gap between days one and two to give you the chance to consolidate what you have learned before going further.

Day 2 covers type and mood remedies; remedy comparisons and subtle indications; finding solutions to emotional blocks to cure; personal development; more philosophy and opportunities to expand the use of the 'mentals' rubrics.

Day 3 uses case examples, filmed cases and participants' own cases to clarify and extend the use of the Bach remedies in a Homeopathic practice.

Tessa has been given permission by the Bach Centre to offer this course in California and is currently investigating possibilities. If you can help her or if you are keen to organise the course elsewhere in the world, do contact her to discuss what can be worked out.

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