When you are seeking quality homeopathic treatment, it is important to ensure that the person, or people you seek out are either fully qualified and insured or, if they are students, that they are, indeed supervised and covered by the insurance of the particular College that they are studying with. It is your right as a patient to enquire into this.
The Duty of Care upon practitioners who are homeopaths is held at a very high standard by the various homeopathic and other associations throughout the world. It is very important that as a prospective patient you thoroughly check the credentials, qualifications or supervision of any person offering homeopathic treatment or advice. There are so many shonky self styled healers today who claim to know what is the correct advice to give to any patient at any time and, unfortunately, the world of the internet which includes all forms of social media, is loaded both with such people. The “all care and no responsibility” attitude of such people is downright dishonest and dangerous.
On the other hand, the internet also provides fortunate access to those practitioners who are indeed both qualified and thoroughly experienced and who can, indeed provide, quality health care and all that such care encompasses. To be honest, would you choose a surgeon who had never before performed an operation nor held a scalpel? Of course, you wouldn’t. The same applies to choosing a homeopath or other alternative therapist or healer.
Those who choose well trained and highly experienced practitioners are able to testify to the wonderful results that they achieve.
If you are seeking advice, it is always best to obtain it from those who are both qualified and have long experience in the field.