The Homeopathic Consultation
My aim, as a homeopath, is to match a homeopathic medicine to your unique symptoms at the deepest possible level.
The initial consultation can last up to one and a half hours. I gather information about your presenting complaint, and also take a detailed medical and personal history. Emotional and environmental stresses are often an important consideration.
I may not give you a homeopathic medicine at the time of consultation if I need time to reflect on your case. You can collect the medicine at a later date or I can mail it to you.
Follow up consultations, to assess progress and decide on further treatment, usually last around one hour and occur at four to six week intervals.
If you are bringing a young child, especially one who has a lot of energy, it can work best if you bring another adult with you. After I have assessed and interacted with the child, the other carer can take the child for a walk, while we have a chance to discuss their condition in more detail.
Consultations are via secure online platform and in person on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Friday and Saturdays. Choose the format which best suits your needs.
I practice from Artarmon on Wednesdays, Thursdays,
Fridays and Saturday. Other times available by arrangement.
1/30 Elizabeth St
Artarmon NSW 2064
For appointments please click the link below or call me on 0413 010 050.
There is 1 hour parking on Elizabeth St and for longer periods on Tindale St and Cameron Ave, and a 3-hour carpark on the corner of Cameron Ave and Burra Rd.
The clinic is minutes from Artarmon train station.
Initial Consultation (90 minutes) $180.00
Follow Up Consultation (60 minutes) $120.00
Acute/Short Consultation (15 minutes) $45.00
Each homeopathic medicine $18.00
Concession available for children, students and pensioners
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Code of Conduct
Homeopathic practitioners in NSW are regulated by the Code of Conduct for Unregistered Health Practitioners.
(A non-registered practitioner is any person who provides a health service, who is not registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW))