I prefer to interview in person, but not everyone has quick access to a homeopath and over the years, I have found that communication over the Internet is good enough. So, I use what I have to reach patients under many different circumstances. Below are some answers to common questions.
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Q: Is the Internet a safe place to do homeopathy?
I would not do homeopathy with anyone except a homeopath who I do not know through a very trustworthy person. Trust is a major issue in any form of communication. The Internet without a way to check the reliability of both the patient and the homeopath would always be problematic.
Q: How do I communicate over the Internet?
Video interviewing over a high-speed connection is best.
Q: How do I communicate with families?
I like working with families, so I offer a 25% discount for additional
family members. We communicate through video internet services.
Q: How are appointments scheduled?
Appointments are made by email or phone.
Q: When are appointments scheduled?
Because of time zone differences in the USA, appointments need to be
scheduled in the late afternoon and early evening.
Q: What is the commitment of the patient?
Patients have a commitment to report their remedy outcome to me.
Usually, they need to talk to me over the phone or using video Internet services.
Q: Why do you emphasize talking to patients and their supporters live. Why not use email? Why is a conversation important?
Normally, the patient does not know what to watch out for, so they need to talk to me in person. That is, over the Internet using the video.
Short phone calls to report remedy outcomes are also possible. But
these are just short check-ups and I do not charge a fee for them.
Q: How and when do patients pay?
Patients pay before formal interviews through PayPal.