Evelyn Liddell & Dr Anne Gooding


Evelyn Liddell: “I have been a registered pharmacist since 1989. My first involvement with homeopathy was in a west-end pharmacy in Glasgow – where I really needed to understand how to respond to homeopathic queries. I then gained the LFHom at The Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital in March 1998. Followed by Diploma in Homeopathy for Pharmacists at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital 2004. Since then I gained MFH(Pharm) again in Glasgow in August 2011. I love to introduce homeopathy to open-minded individuals, in a very practical way. I currently work with Weleda UK Ltd and prescribe both homeopathic and anthroposophic medicines, according to the needs of the individual.”


gooding-a-sharpenedAnne Gooding graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree in 1990. She has worked with David Reaney Associates since 1992, gaining a wealth of experience in all aspects of General Dental Practice.Anne has always had a keen interest in Complementary Therapies and in 2002 she turned her attention to incorporating Holistic Therapies into her Dental Practice.

She studied Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Nutrition, Jikiden Reiki, Thought Field Therapy, and travelled to Dublin, London and Europe for training in Holistic Dentistry. Through her experience with Holistic Therapies she has the unique ability to view the person as a whole and treat anxious patients with compassion and understanding. She is a Mercury-free, Biocompatible Dentist, who incorporates Zirconia all ceramic restorations, into her daily Practice.

Anne is a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, The British Dental Acupuncture Society, the British Dental Homeopathic Association and the Faculty of Homeopathy, having received a Diploma in Dental Homeopathy with Distinction, following 3 years of study at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital.

Anne regularly teaches Holistic Therapies outside her Dentistry and is involved with Peer Review Groups, sharing her wealth of knowledge with other like minded Dentists and Holistic Therapists.

Session chaired by:

kayne-lDr Lee Kayne graduated in Pharmacy from the University of Aston and worked at the Royal London Hospital before undertaking a PhD in Molecular Biology and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Nottingham, and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. Lee then returned to his native Glasgow, taking over from his father Steven as chief pharmacist of Freeman’s Homeopathic Pharmacy.

Lee is the Chairman of the Scottish Homeopathic Research & Educational Trust, and is involved in both orthodox and homeopathic education as an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde. He is also Pharmacy Dean of the Faculty of Homeopathy. Lee writes and lectures extensively worldwide and is the co-author of Homeopathic Prescribing: A Pocket Companion (2007), a project commissioned by the Royal Pharmaceutical
Society in London.

In 2008, Lee and Steven established Saltire Books, an independent publisher for the complementary medicine community. Their broad portfolio includes works by Frans Vermeulen, Linda Johnston, Jeremy Sherr and David Lilley.

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Session details:

Friday 4 November – Parallel Session B
Time: 14:30
Room: Grand 4 & 5
Acute prescribing

Congress 2016

Centred on the theme, Homeopathy: Healthy Patients, Healthy Practice, delegates enjoyed presentations, seminars and workshops delivered by leading homeopaths from the UK and around the globe. Topics for discussion included the first UK presentation by Swiss Paediatrician Dr Heiner Frei, who introduced his very successful approach to treatment of children with ADHD; Dr Jonathan Hardy's video cases of patients with severe addictions markedly helped by Homeopathy; Dr Julie Geraghty introduction of the new Gemstone remedies like Amethyst, Diamond and Emerald (also very useful in addiction) and Dr Elizabeth Thompson on the usefulness of the hydrocarbon remedies in treating patients with cancer.


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