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Postgraduate Course - 2016 / 2017

We are delighted to invite you to participate in a Post Graduate Course offered by The Welsh School of Homeopathy.

After the great success of last few years, it is back by popular demand!

It will be facilitated together by our two core teachers -
Linda Gwillim and Bill Rumble.

This will take place at the School in Carmarthen and comprise of four two-day seminars (Thursdays/Fridays) 10-5pm to be held on:

  • January 26/27 2017
  • February 23/24
  • April 6/7
  • May 11/12

The total cost of the course will be £600 with a £50 discount for early booking.

There will be a limited number of places available for the course, which will be open to all interested homeopaths - so we would encourage you to book early.

Revitalise and Enliven Your Practice

“The physician sees, hears, and notices through the remaining senses what is altered or unusual about the patient”.

Aphorism 84

During the course, our focus will be on the process rather than the content.

We will be practising incorporating our own signals through seeing, hearing, feeling and sensing - this will be done through group work and creative exercises. In other words, exploring what we do naturally but often ignore!

Participants will also be fully encouraged to bring along their cases and experiences to act as material from which to expand this process.

Linda and Bill aim to co-facilitate this course which will hopefully encourage lively debate and a sharing of the different styles and dynamics brought to our individual homeopathic practices. Between them they have a wealth of practice experience!

Please feel free to contact them if you have any questions related to the course.

  • Bill - 01792 468937
  • Linda - 01654 700304

If you would like to join this Post Graduate course then please download & complete the application form below.

We really hope to see you there!

Payment Details:

  • £600 - as a later booking

(Please phone Linda if you would prefer to pay in 4 x £150 instalments.)

Please make your cheque payable to: Notts Square Clinic Ltd. and send your cheque to:

Linda Gwillim
Covent House
Maengwyn Street
Machynlleth
SY20 8EB

Booking Form

For further information contact:

Petra Wood
School Administrator
1 Springfield Cottages
Springfield Road
Carmarthen
SA31 1EA
Telephone: 01267 237520

Continuing Professional Development 2016-2017

The Welsh School of Homeopathy is hosting a series of special Continuing Professional Development events and invites you to participate. These one-day Peer CPD seminars will be held from 10.00 to 17.30 at our premises in Carmarthen.

These events will provide an opportunity to experience and explore in depth the Tao of Homeopathy as practised by some of the most accomplished and well-known practitioners.

Dr Jonathan Hardy

14th/15th January 2017

Jonathon Hardy

Jonathan studied Zoology at Oxford University and obtained an honours degree in 1978. He then studied medicine at Southampton University and qualified in 1984. He became a member of the Faculty of Homoeopathy in 1988 and since then has worked full time in Homoeopathy in Hampshire.

Jonathan is an experienced and popular teacher.

Insect Remedies

In this seminar we will study this fascinating and important group of remedies.

Insects are often under prescribed - often when another bird or animal remedy is used, it should actually be an insect. It is an ‘unfashionable’ group of remedies!!

We will see cases of Locust, Mosquito, House Fly, Cockroach, Butterflies, Beetles and Bees.

We will learn the differences between remedies from the different families within this vast group.

Cases will be on video, edited for clarity.

We will have to manifest the insect theme of industriousness and hard work to cover it all but it will be fun!!!

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Treating Complex Cases: A Triad Approach
with Hilary Fairclough RSHom

Friday March 10th 2017

Hilary Fairclough

Hilary Fairclough was a nurse and nurse lecturer, specialising in community and palliative care, before qualifying as a Homoeopath in 1995. She is a co-founder of the Maun Homoeopathy Project, a charity based in Botswana. She received an Outstanding Achievement award from the Society for this work in 2010. She practices in London/Brighton and is now a director of the Society. She has recently had her first book published, ‘The Triad Method: Treating complex cases from grassroots to clinic.

Treating Complex Cases: A Triad Approach

The challenge of treating people with complex cases is increasingly present in our homoeopathic practices. From advanced pathology and medical suppression to multiple stresses and maintaining causes, it is often hard to find a prescribing strategy that covers all aspects of the case.

When practicing in Botswana, at the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis, Hilary developed a way to prescribe for the complex cases of pathology, trauma and drug toxicity. In this CPD day she will discuss and demonstrate how the Triad Method of prescribing can be applied to complex cases you may have in your own practice through the identification of the different layers of disturbance.

Using case examples to illustrate this, the day will be practical and interactive - so please bring along your cases too.

If you are looking for an effective way to approach complex cases that is rooted in real experience, then this day is for you!

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Peer CPD Seminar - Cases

Friday March 24th 2017

The Welsh School of Homeopathy is hosting a series of special Continuing Professional Development events and invites you to participate. These one-day Peer CPD seminars will be held from 10.00 to 17.30 at our premises in Carmarthen.

This event will provide an opportunity to hear people from our own community of peers talking about their Homoeopathic cases.

The cost for these seminars is £25 and includes refreshments but not lunch. If you would like to join us in this special event then please complete the attached application form.

We welcome other potential speakers to come forward so if you would like to lead one of these sessions in the future, please contact Linda on 01654 700304.

‘Cases Day’

This is an opportunity for you to bring your cases to share:

This can be cases where you have used an interesting remedy, cases of deep pathology, cases with case management issues, cases where you have struggled to find a remedy or a methodology or are just stuck with, cases where you have had an amazing success and you would like to share it etc.

So this is a brilliant opportunity to both give and receive peer supervision. If you have no such cases but would still be interested in joining us then please do come along - the more the merrier!

The last time we ran this day it was a great success but we need you to provide the ‘juicy material’ to make this an informative day for all attending.

P.S. When you book please indicate if you have a case to bring.

Download Booking Form

See also Post Graduate course

For further information contact:

Petra Wood
School Administrator
1 Springfield Cottages
Springfield Road
Carmarthen
SA31 1EA
Telephone: 01267 237520

Exploring the Field

29th June to 2nd July, 2017.

Exploring the Field

In 2017 at Exploring the Field we will be working with the element of Fire.

Exploring the Field began life in 1996 as a summer school for students of the Welsh School of Homoeopathy. Its purpose was to provide an alternative to “head based learning” and to create a real and lasting sense of community. These summer schools were based around the West African rituals taught by Malidoma Some. In 2003 Exploring the Field opened itself up to anyone who was interested in participating in 4 days of music, dance, environmental art, ritual and community.

Ritual belongs somewhere between theatre and play and lends itself to spontaneous creativity. Each year we celebrate an element of the West African cosmology. These elements are effective because the emphasis is on community rather than individuality and participation rather than passive receiving of the experience.

Bill Rumble is a homoeopath and teacher who has always been excited by the role of ritual, art and music in the fields of health and community. He has been a co-developer of Exploring the Field since 2003.

Linda Gwillim is a homoeopath and teacher. She is fascinated by the ritual process and loves to facilitate the space for others to experience this. Singing is her passion and she leads both community choirs and small acapella groups.

Boyd Erlam is a community music facilitator of wide experience. His workshops are inclusive, playful and engaging. Boyd developed a love of the music of West Africa after being inspired by its ability to bring people together in community and celebration.

Exploring the Field will take place at Penquoit Centre in Pembrokeshire, a 300 acre organic farm with woodland, water and wide open space. Cost to be announced.

For more information please contact Bill on 01792 468937, Linda on 01654 700304 or email linda.gwillim@talk21.com