Homeopathy for Kids
- Are you questioning the use of medications for your little ones?
- Are you frightened by the side effects of those medications?
- Would you rather not go throughlike to avoid the frustration of taking them your children to urgent care for acute situations that could be dealt with at home?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then homeopathy could be a good choice for your family.
Homeopathic remedies can help your child’s digestive issues, emotional issues, learning issues, and immune system problems. I will work with you to give your child the most wide-ranging opportunities for their long-term growth and happiness.
Half of my clients are children, from newborns to teenagers, and I love working with them.
When you start homeopathic remedies at a young age, your children will be much healthier throughout their lives than they might have been otherwise. Homeopathy can give you peace of mind that you are effectively treating (and preventing) the illnesses of childhood without the harmful side effects of western medicine.
Homeopathy is one of the few systems of medicine that has the power to take away problematic inherited symptoms and conditions, such as eczema, allergies, asthma, migraines and digestive issues. Learning and emotional issues can be addressed beautifully with homeopathy as well. It is a medical system that works quickly and effectively to cure colds and flus while it boosts your kids’ immune systems so that they experience acute illnesses less often.
As the mother of three daughters, I understand the responsibility we have as parents for the health and well-being of our children as they grow into adulthood. I am grateful that my daughters have blossomed into beautiful, strong, creative young women with the help of homeopathy.
Homeopathy will help your children grow up healthy and strong.
Kids Love My Homeopathy Office
I've set my office up so that young children are comfortable and have plenty to do while we talk for an hour or two. I have baskets full of toys, a shelf full of books, art supplies and soft balls. I request that parents bring snacks and drinks for their children, in case they’re hungry.
Most kids are quite happy to play while I ask questions of them and their parents. While they are playing, I’m observing the ways they interact with me and their parents and siblings, what parts of the conversation interest them, and whether they want to sit quietly and read or play more actively with toys. This is important information for me in terms of choosingas I determine your child’s a remedy.
I also take details about your how the mom’s pregnancy and your child’s birth were, what they your child was were like as an infants and toddlers, whether he or she was in the “normal” range for milestones, how your child relates to friends and, if they’re in preschool or school, how she or he manages the social and academic expectations.
Working with Older Kids
When I meet with older children and teens, I usually spend some time with them individually, and then spend some time just with their parents. This gives both parents and children can then give me information in a more comfortable atmosphere. the opportunity to speak freely and confidentially about the issues that are important to each.