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Using HFA in the Clinic – A Practitioners Perspective

Last modified on December 6th, 2012

Using HFA in the Clinic – A Practitioners Perspective

HFA has been a watershed experience for both myself and my clinic. In over 15 years of practice the last 5 years using HFA have been by far the most rewarding. It has been an incredible privilege to have been close enough to watch the development of this system. I have watched over the years as HFA has been honed to produce consistent success in a clinical situation and finally lead to the awe inspiring understanding outlined in “Soul & Survival”. And the results I have achieved clinically have matched this process. I would not even consider practicing clinically any other way now. I was asked to give a couple of cases for this article and I looked at my pile of active or recently active cases – most of them would have qualified for the article. Yes! I am consistently getting good – no, I think I can say very, very good results. I have watched as the students trained using this method – which by the way was demonstrated on a weekly basis in the open clinic run by VCCH – do wonderfully good work almost from the beginning of taking cases. Anyone who attended that clinic on a regular basis, as I did, could not but be impressed by the consistently good results achieved. I have to admire both Grant and Louise who had the courage to regularly put themselves and their results on the line in such an open forum. I thank them for allowing an outsider ( yes! – yellow – read “Soul & Survival”) to sit amongst the VCCH students to become the practitioner I am today – and getting better!!! It is well worth the little bit of work to develop the observational skills necessary to use this system and its deep understanding to help as many people as possible.

Robyn Williams
Dip Hom. Aroh, Dip PE HDTS (PE)
Melbourne, Australia

Even though I have been an integral part of the development of HFA (I am fortunate to be married to its inventor) I wanted to share too what a difference it has made to my clinical work. My practice is not large (editing, teaching, answering queries, promotion and a large family doesn’t leave much time for patients) but I like to keep my hand in and feel an obligation to help those who come to me for homoeopathic help.

My success rate has been extremely good since I have been involved with using facial analysis together with classical homoeopathy (single remedy, totality of symptoms). Such a difference from the old days when I would try ten times harder to find the “right” remedy but only get moderate results and occasionally good or very good results.

In the last week, of the eleven patients who came for follow up appointments only, two of the eleven weren’t especially successful.

One girl on her 2nd visit – only a minor change for a short time on the remedy – new remedy chosen.*

A long term patient no improvement recently – history of 80% improvement but lately symptoms have returned and no change on chosen remedies – new remedy chosen.

These two results are not particularly good and I chose different remedies (in the same miasm) for both patients.

Of the other nine patients, all were extremely happy with their results – in three cases they were amazed with the response within just one month (all are on 30C daily of a remedy that matches their miasm – using facial analysis to determine – and totality of symptoms – no essence prescriptions – repertorising to choose).

These results range from very good to excellent. It feels wonderful to be able to achieve this success rate. HFA means I know where to look for the best remedy – the process is easy and I feel confident in my ability to find successful remedies quickly – my biggest clinical problem now becomes how few visits these patients will need to make in the coming months!

Louise Barton
Dip Hom Prof Memb AHA, AROH regd
Melbourne, Australia

*Just heard this patient is doing well on 3rd remedy chosen – also her step brother, a new patient with panic attacks – first remedy chosen two weeks ago.

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Robyn Williams

Robyn Williams
Dip Hom. Aroh, Dip PE HDTS (PE)
Melbourne, Australia

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