Penny Stirling, DSH, RSHom

Penny Stirling

Penny started her practice in 1988 after graduating from the School of Homeopathy. She has worked with the School in many roles since 1998, as tutor, mentor, teacher and supervision assessor on the home study programme. In 2011 she joined the School’s Core Team and also took up the role of Clinical Supervisor on the School’s attendance course. Penny runs the clinical supervision programme and the annual workshops for clinical supervisors. Her original supervision training was with Sheila Ryan, who has also been her mentor in stepping into this role.  She recently (2014) completed the CSTD diploma in supervision.  She enjoys working with students as they step into their clinical practice and sees good supervision as being the key to developing a professional identity and achieving a balanced, successful and sustainable practice. Read more about Penny on her website: www.stirlinghomeopathy.com

Homeopathy is simple. All you have to do in your consultation is perceive something from nature in your patient. You can hear it in their story, see it in their actions, and sometimes you witness it appearing in the space between you and them. That is the remedy they need, and if it is the right one, wonderful things can occur after you give it. This extraordinary phenomena is something a homeopath can witness every day. Homeopathy not only connects you to your patient, but to nature too.
Homeopathy is simple. All you have to do in your consultation is perceive something from nature in your patient. You can hear it in their story, see it in their actions, and sometimes you witness it appearing in the space between you and them. That is the remedy they need, and if it is the right one, wonderful things can occur after you give it. This extraordinary phenomena is something a homeopath can witness every day. Homeopathy not only connects you to your patient, but to nature too.

Geoff Johnson, Teacher