Saturday Conference & Annual General Meeting
plus Post-Conference Seminar
April 28 & 29, 2012
WCHS Conference Poster 2012The 9th annual WCHS Conference was held on the weekend of April 28 - 29, at the Arbutus Club in Vancouver. The conference theme, Homeopathy for the Best Start in Life, reflected this year's Homeopathy Awareness Month in Canada theme of Homeopathy from Conception to Birth & Beyond.
Keynote speaker for both days was Carole Summer, RCSHom, CCH a former registered midwife and now classical homeopath from Kaslo, BC. Her Saturday presentation, entitled Making Dreams Come True; How Homeopathy can address the challenges of conception in the 21st century, explored issues of infertility and conception in the homeopathic context. With cultural attitudes that make normal pregnancy and natural childbirth a rare event, Carole discussed how homeopaths can guide women and their families to healthy outcomes.
At the Post-Conference seminar the following day, Carole spoke on the homeopathic process of preparing women for motherhood and their children for a healthy life.
Other featured speakers at the Saturday conference:
El Cecchetto, former WCHS director and current Canadian representative with the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC), who discussed recent developments that can affect both current and prospective certified homeopaths.
Representatives from Side by Side Homeopathy provided an update of new activities and challenges involving this important local volunteer project.
Manon Bolliger introduced the basics of Bowen technique and explained how it complements homeopathic treatment during pregnancy and attracts new patients to your client base.
Ram Saini returned to review Jan Scholten's insights into the Periodic Table, specifically the Carbon series that include early development issues of separation and identity.
The afternoon concluded with the Annual General Meeting (AGM) during which the Board reported on activities during the past year and the financial situation ending December 31, 2011. All Board members agreed to stand again for office and, there being no other nominations from the floor, the new Board of Directors was re-elected.