Selina Hatherley RSHom Homeopathy & food intolerance testing in Abingdon, Thame and Wallingford

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SidebySide at Grenfell

Since the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017, Homeopaths Support have been running clinics to help the survivors and witnesses, in the area.
All therapists are volunteers from all over the UK, and working side by side with their different disciplines, are offering support to the men, women and children affected.

Working at a local community centre, and children’s project Kids on the Green, we are seeing some amazing results from homeopathy, cranial sacral therapy, reflexology, acupuncture, plus other complementary therapies.
All our remedies, treatment couches, and equipment have been generously donated by colleagues, homeopathic pharmacies and members of the public.

Homeopaths Support has since evolved to become SidebySide, a regular community service - working side by side with other complementary therapists, and side by side with the community.

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Thank you if you have donated your time or your money to help us help Grenfell - If you would like to make a donation for supplies or to volunteer, please contact me

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Gluten free - not as healthy as you think

You might think gluten-free is healthy but it can contain SEVEN times the fat.

Dr Miriam Stoppard has written an article stating that “there is nothing good about going gluten free” and that “no one should be on a gluten free diet unless they’re allergic, intolerant or have a rare autoimmune disease that attacks the body”. You may disagree with this and see plenty of clients who have benefited from cutting out gluten. It does however raise the important issue of the general public thinking that a gluten free product means a healthy product. We need to put pressure on gluten free food manufacturers to make their products healthier so perhaps this is a case of any publicity being good publicity!

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Students and practitioners

Supervision is a necessary part of training, and an important part of ongoing practitioner development. I was lucky enough to have excellent supervision during my training, and still do now I am in practice. This positive experience has made me feel passionately that good supervision should not be down to luck, but something that every practitioner of homeopathy should be entitled to.

My supervision experience includes:

  • Supervision workshops with Jane Wood RSHom and Caroline Schuck RSHom
  • Supervision of students and qualified practitioners
  • Mentoring distance learning students
  • Supervision of Society of Homeopaths' newly registered members with CPD programme
  • Supervision of students working with mental health, drug and alcohol dependency problems

    To discuss supervision as a student, for Society of Homeopaths registration, or as a practitioner please call me

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