Sue Boyle Homeopathy
Helping Kids Thrive
Homeopathy is not well known in the United States at this time and there is a lot of misinformation out there on the web and in print to confuse people.
In order to decide if it is a good fit for you I offer a free half an hour session to discuss your or a family member's health problems, what you want the next six months to be like in terms of health, what has worked and not worked for you and what the cost of continuing on is. How much longer are you willing to deal with these problems? What are you wanting instead? Life without these problems would look like what? How committed are you to get this resolved? We will explore these and other questions so you may decide if homeopathy is right for you.
Office consultations take between one and a half to two hours in order to be as complete as possible. Symptoms being experienced as well as the health history of both the client and their family are explored. Past vaccinations, illnesses, significant events in life as well as current symptoms are important to a homeopath. A clear understanding of you as a person will allow a correct selection of the remedy needed. Besides remedy selection, there may be dietary or lifestyle changes suggested.
Anywhere from three to six weeks later, a follow-up interview is scheduled to evaluate the remedy's action, to answer any questions or concerns that have come up or to fine tune the treatment. Follow up interviews will take about thirty to forty-five minutes and will reduce in frequency the healthier you become. Questions that arise before the follow up appointment can be answered between 11:00 to 12:00 a.m. PST or 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. PST Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the remainder of the week questions are answered at 10:00 a.m. PST. Emergency calls are answered promptly every day. Frequent or lengthy calls may be charged.
Phone consultations are available, especially since many people have difficulty finding a homeopath within driving distance of their homes or may experience difficulty getting out of their homes due to disabilities. Since physical exams are not necessary to a homeopathic interview, a phone consultation can be as effective as an office visit. A Zoom.us (web-based platform) appointment is also available.