Your Online Homeopathy Consultation: Here's How it Works
First check your timezone against mine, by going to my online booking system.
When you set your time zone on the first page, the system will show you the available appointments in your time, so you can easily see whether my working hours will suit you.
If the time zones work, you can book a 30 minute introductory call with me, so you can tell me a little bit about your needs and find out if I can help.
Once we've had a chat and you are ready to book a full homeopathy consultation, I send you a link to my online booking system, where you can complete a short intake form and book and pay for your first appointment. The system will allow you to reschedule, if you need to, up to 24 hours before the appointment time, without charge.
We have our first online homeopathy consultation, after which I work on your case. Within a few days, I email you with your remedy prescription, which you can have filled by a homeopathic pharmacy nearest to you.
If you live in the Republic of Ireland, this step is even easier because I can supply your remedies too.
Once you have received your remedy, we arrange the date for your follow-up appointment, to check on progress and continue your treatment.
Video Calling Options
If you are new to video calling, it's going to be so much easier than you imagine!
You need a smartphone or else a computer with a camera and microphone (most modern computers and tablets have these built-in. Alternatively, you can buy a separate camera plus microphone to plug into your computer via the USB port). You'll also need an internet connection.
After that, you need to chose which video calling programme you want to use. You can download Skype for your computer or tablet here.
Skype and Zoom are the two most common programmes that I use.
If you'd prefer to use Zoom, I will email you a meeting link. The first time you use a Zoom link, you'll be prompted to download the app to your phone or computer (whichever you are using when you click on the link). Please allow at least 10 mins for this to be completed before our appointment time. For future calls, the app will already be on your phone or computer, so you'll just have to click on the link and then click "join meeting".
It's a great idea to use Skype or Zoom for our initial introductory chat, so you'll have ironed out any problems before our first full consult.