We are delighted that well-known homeopath and author, Richard Pitt CCH, is coming to visit and lecture in January. Richard is travelling from his home in Kenya to the UK, and will be teaching in Salisbury on Sunday 15 January offering two sessions. He is the author of 4 homeopathic books, including The Natural Medicine Guide for Travel and Home and Comparative Materia Medica – Integrating New and Old Remedies. Richard is also Editor of the California Homeopath, a journal of the California Homeopathic Medical Society.
In the morning session Richard will hare his knowledge of homeopathy in many acute and travel conditions. Richard discusses tropical conditions such as malaria, typhoid and dengue. He will also show how to take acute cases in challenging situations, and with many examples of acute prescribing in rural African clinics. In the afternoon he will discuss Comparative Materia Medica, looking at miasms and nosodes.
Richard originally trained in the UK at the College of Homeopathy, Tiverton, between 1981-1984 and also studied in Greece and India. He practised in the UK until 1988, when he moved to the USA and spent the next 20 years working there. He was Director of the Pacific Academy of Homeopathy in San Francisco for 12 years, a founding board member and President of the Council for Homeopathic Certification, serving on the board for 17 years, a member of the California Homeopathic Medical Society and the California Health Freedom Coalition, which passed seminal health freedom bill in California.
Richard is Educational Director of the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine, and is working on a 5 year project to integrate homeopathy into the healthcare system in Kenya. He has also lived in Malawi and Ghana, working on homeopathic projects.
To book – follow the link and scroll to choose your events. There is a discount for booking both sessions so why not make a full day of it, enjoying beautiful Salisbury or our homeopathic community during your lunch break.