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In Jonathan’s practice, mammals are the most commonly seen sub-group in the animal kingdom. In this webinar, we will use mostly video and some paper cases to illustrate general mammal themes, specific characteristics of mammal sub-groups, and the unique features of a number of remedies.

The remedies studied will come from a variety of sub-groups, including primates, dogs, wild cats, ursids, rodents, and ungulates.

About Dr Jonathan Hardy

Jonathan has been in full-time practice as a Homeopathic doctor since 1986. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy and serves as the Independent Practitioners’ Representative on the Faculty Council. He is the Wessex Regional Tutor for the Faculty of Homeopathy, organizing postgraduate training in Homeopathy for doctors in the region. Jonathan is asked to give seminars on various aspects of Homeopathic practice throughout the UK and Europe. He is particularly interested in using the new methods of kingdom and family analysis and sensation material in combination with the established use of repertory, provings, and materia medica. This integrated approach can lead to greater confidence and accuracy in prescribing.


Date: Saturday 30 October 2021

Time: 10 am – 4.30 pm

Online: Zoom (you will receive booking information and any handouts 48-hrs before the event)


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