Farah Gron holds the credentials CCH (Certified Classical Homeopath) and RSHom (NA) (Registered with the North American Society of Homeopaths). She began studying homeopathy in 1996 with internationally distinguished homeopath Dr. Luc De Schepper and continued her studies with him until 2012. She started her practice in 2000, and in the spring of 2009 Dr. De Schepper selected Farah to be his successor to continue the care of his clients following his retirement. Farah founded New Life Homeopathy, a classical homeopathy practice, in that same year as she added Dr. De Schepper’s clients to her existing practice.
Farah earned a B.A. from Brandeis University, a Certificate in Homeopathy and subsequently completed a three year advanced study with the Renaissance School of Classical Homeopathy. She is the only practitioner to have completed a two year internship with Dr. De Schepper.
Farah is experienced in helping promote general health and bringing restored health to a wide array of clients including adults and children. She has gained special skills in the care of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disorders such as PDD-NOS and learning problems. Farah has been trained in CEASE and uses a combination of her method and other trainings such as CEASE to work with children on the spectrum in a gentle and effective way. She uses the water dosing method instead of dry dosing so she can have the most flexibility to adjust each dose for each child’s level of responsiveness and sensitivity.
Homeopathy can bring and maintain the highest level of health and personal fulfillment possible for each person. Farah is committed to creating a strong partnership with each client for this highly individualized approach. All clients are welcome to stay in contact if needed between follow-up appointments to ensure a successful outcome.
Farah lives with her husband and her two children in Newton, MA. She is an organic vegetable gardener and enjoys collecting plants that are used as homeopathic remedies.
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