Anita Happs RsHom, PCH, CEASE Therapist
41 Market Place
+44(0)1344 867411 / +44(0)1491 540080
My name is Anita Happs and having graduated from the Purton House School of Homeopathy and the Jeremy Sherr Dynamis school, I followed this with a Nutritional advisor qualification. Recently I have become a CEASE therapist which stands for Complete Elimination of Autistic Spectrum Expression. This treatment is a step by step detox of all causative factors (vaccines, regular medication, environmental toxic exposures, effects of illness, etc.) with the homeopathically prepared substances that caused the autism.
Homeopathy is a complete, gentle and holistic system of medicine based on a very clear principle of nature - "like cures like" - a substance which can produce symptoms of illness in a healthy individual can cure similar symptoms in an sick person. For example if you drink too much coffee you will no doubt feel very restless and have problems sleeping - the Homeopathic remedy Coffea, made from coffee, is one of many Homeopathic remedies for restless, wakeful nights.
For recurrent symptom such as chronic headaches, recurrent mouth or stomach ulcers, eczema, arthritis, depression, anxiety and many more conditions - this is the expression of an underlying cause, an imbalance which the body is not able to redress on its own. Homeopathic treatment will stimulate the body's own ability to heal itself and the first signs of a return to health are often the patient’s own words: “I feel much better in myself”.
Homeopathic treatment of children also form part of my practice and is any area I particularly enjoy.
Training, qualifications & experience
Purton House School of Homeopathy (2003)
The Dynamis School for advanced Homeopathic Studies (2006)
Complementary Health Education Diploma in Nutritional Advice (2008)
CEASE Therapist Course (2011)
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41 Market Place
Henley on Thames
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