Discussion with THA I Homeopathic Facial Analysis Course I Grant Bentley & Louise Bentley

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Homeopathic Facial Analysis, popularly known as HFA is an incredible method of reaching the right homeopathic remedy by analyzing the facial features of a patient who walks into the clinic and integrating the same into the miasmatic diagnosis of that patient. The method has been devised and developed by an Australian couple, Louise and Grant Bentley, who are both qualified homeopaths, close to thirty years into medical practice.

Today, Grant and Louise Bentley, in Discussion with THA, highlight the technique of using Homeopathic Facial Analysis in everyday medical practice and delve into the theoretical details of the methodology Homeopathic Facial Analysis, covering the linear steps to take when analyzing a patient’s face- how to allocate, measure and incorporate this analysis of facial features with the totality of symptoms presented by the patient. The amalgam of the presenting complaints, the facial features and the miasm of the patient brings out the most similar homeopathic remedy in the quickest and easiest possible manner, plus the results are accurate. Homeopathic Facial Analysis simplifies the cumbersome process of repertorization by reducing the apparently similar medicines to a handy few.

The method has been verified time and again by homeopathic practitioners world over and the feedback on results has been incredible.

Enroll in the full program to explore more on Homeopathic Facial Analysis by clicking this link: https://www.thehomeopathicacademy.com/#our_courses

Authored & Explained by:

  1. Grant Bentley (ND Dip Hom Grad Dip Psych. Th reg AROH, ATMS) Principal – Victorian College of Classical Homeopathy – Homeopathic Facial Analysis (HFA) Research
  2.  Louise Bentley (Dip Hom reg AROH) Training Manager – Victorian College of Classical Homeopathy – Homeopathic Facial Analysis (HFA) Research (1999 to present)

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