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Effective January 2013:
Initial Appointment

Adult Consultation    $180
Child Consultation*   $120

*Child is 16 or under
Initial Consultation takes 2-3 hours

Follow Up/Re-Assessment
(in person or by phone)

Adult Consultation    $
Child Consultation    $60

Follow Up Consultation takes 30-60 min.

Acute Visit/Phone Consultation       $40

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Prior to an initial homeopathic assessment, new patients are asked to complete the Patient Intake Form.

The Intake form will be sent to you by email after booking an initial appointment or after phone consultation.

These forms are designed to help patients reflect on any and all issues of concern either mentally, emotionally or physically. Some patients also find it helpful to have someone else close to them provide input in the completion of these forms.

Completing this form can take half an hour or more and patients are asked to bring these forms to their initial consultation.

Please bring in copies of any laboratory results that you may have. This will help us better understand your health condition and create treatment plan.

  1. What will my first visit be like?
  2. What are follow-up visits like?
  3. Why are follow-up visits necessary if I'm doing better?
  4. How long will it take me to feel better?
  5. Why do you ask so many questions?
  6. How will I know that I am getting better?
  7. When will my treatment end?
  8. What if my treatment doesn't work?
  9. Will there be any setbacks during the course of my treatment?
  10. What is an aggravation?
  11. What is a return of old symptoms?
  12. What are homeopathic remedies made from?

What will my first visit be like?
Your first visit will last anywhere from 2-3 hours depending on the complexity of your case and include, a review of your medical history, physical exam, if necessary, and homeopathic intake. In some cases, a homeopathic remedy will be prescribed at the end of this visit. In most cases, further investigation of your case on our part is necessary. In this case, we will have you wait a few days, so we can study your case in depth.

What are follow-up visits like?
Typically, your first follow-up visit is 1-2 weeks after you start treatment.
This visit will be much shorter than the initial visit, usually 30 to 60 minutes.  At these visits, we will go over all the symptoms you told us about on the last visit to see if they are better, same, or worse.  This method allows us to determine how well you are responding to treatment or if we need to make adjustments to your treatment. Follow-up visits will continue every 1-3 weeks in the early stages of treatment, depending on the individual.  Some patients may require more frequent follow up than others. As you improve, you will see us less and less often until treatment is no longer needed.  In acute conditions, the first follow-up will occur the next day, usually by phone. In very severe cases, we may follow-up within a few hours.

Why are follow-up visits necessary if I'm doing better? Appropriate follow-up is an important ingredient for success. Even when you are feeling better, these visits give us valuable information that helps us keep your treatment on track.

How long will it take me to feel better? The speed at which people get better varies from person to person and from condition to condition. Most patients will begin to notice improvement in their chronic symptoms during the first few days of treatment, and sometimes faster. In acute illnesses, you will begin to feel better in as little as a few hours.
Why do you ask so many questions? Homeopathic treatment can only be successful if we understand you as a whole person. This means we must understand all of your symptoms, past and present, not just your chief complaint.  Also, we must understand what makes you different from other people with the same condition. There may be many remedies that can potentially treat your condition, but we must find the one that fits you as an individual in order to be successful.

How will I know that I am getting better?  For many people, improvement is very obvious because their symptoms begin to improve quickly. For others, the first signs of improvement are more subtle. These early signs may include:

  • General improvement in your mood
  • Greater sense of well-being
  • Feeling more calm and at ease
  • Improved energy and sleep

When will my treatment end? This is a very difficult question to answer because there are many factors that can affect the speed of your recovery, including:

  • the severity of your illness
  • how long you have been sick
  • your stress level
  • your attitude
  • how closely you stick to the treatment plan
  • complications that occur during treatment

For most mental health conditions, it takes approximately 2-4 years to reach a point where the disease has been put into “genetic remission” and you can stop treatment.  This length of time can be shorter in some people and longer in others.   It is important to remember that you will feel better and better throughout the time you are treated. If you end treatment too early, it is likely your symptoms will return. Once you have been symptom free for over a year, you can stop treatment and remain in good health indefinitely.  Achieving a lasting cure that takes time, feeling better happens much more quickly.

What if my treatment doesn't work? If you don't get better, despite our best efforts, we will look at a different approach to treatment.  If we feel we have done all we can to help you recover, we will refer you to someone else who can offer a different approach.  Our only goal is to see you get better and we will try to help you accomplish this in whatever way we can.

Will there be any setbacks during the course of my treatment? After seeing your symptoms improve for a time, you will eventually notice your symptoms beginning to return. This is called a relapse and is completely normal. We will make an adjustment to your homeopathic treatment and your symptoms will start to improve again. Usually, they will get even better than they were before the relapse. Your healing process will follow this same pattern over and over again, but the relapses will become less and less intense and further and further apart until they stop occurring entirely.

What is an aggravation? Some people taking a homeopathic remedy will notice that their symptoms get worse before they get better. We call this a homeopathic aggravation and consider it to be a very good sign. It means you are responding deeply to the treatment and can expect to see improvement shortly. 


  • Begin within the first 72 hours of taking the homeopathic remedy. A worsening of your symptoms after this time is less likely to be an aggravation.
  • Tend to be mild and to last no more than a few days. Infrequently, they can be more intense and last longer. If this is the case, you should call us.
  • Are much less common in acute diseases.
What is a return of old symptoms? Some people undergoing homeopathic treatment will experience the re-occurrence of a symptom they used to have in the past, but were not having when treatment started. This is a very good sign since it only occurs in people who are getting better and usually means the disease is curable.

What are homeopathic remedies made from? Homeopathic remedies are natural medicines made from plants, minerals, and some animal substances.  They are prepared in a very unique way so that the final product used in treatment is highly dilute and, therefore, very safe and non-toxic. Small sugar pellets are moistened with the medicine, then bottled.  The most common way to take a homeopathic remedy is to place a few of these pellets under the tongue and allow them to dissolve.