Many patients ask themselves: How do I find a good Bach flower therapist? Bach flower therapy original after Dr. Edward Bach how do I recognize a good therapist questions you but sometimes the practitioner, origin of the Bach flowers at all, which means Bach’s message where it says whether he was ever in the Bachcentre in England. Of course all this does not also a guarantee for a good Bach flower therapist, ultimately, the key word is confidence ‘. And the old personal recommendation, which lead us to the right therapist. Unfortunately the inscription ‘Bach flower remedies’ on the plate of practice of a practitioner or doctor guaranteed not a Bach flower remedies knowledgeable in terms of Edward Bach’s us still long.
That would be too easy, what is really most regrettable. My recommendation: 1 every reputable Bach flower therapist performs a detailed survey (history), so an extensive conversation. Gavin Baker has much experience in this field. In the initial treatment as well as the follow-up appointments. No ‘cards’ become the medical history or stock bottles’ of different flowers as a selection criterion used. Also muscle testing is not decisive for the selection of a flower essence. The conversation determines the selection of the appropriate essence and no other method.
2. the individual flowers discusses the patient closely. The practitioner assumes the function of explanation and differentiation of the flowers and the first introduces the appropriate flowers for a reflection. The patient makes the decision then itself not the dentist. Here, a common approach is paramount; the practitioner has not, to determine or to prescribe. Finally, the patient knows also itself the best. In this context, I refer also to the value-neutral observers (see point 5). 3. healing promises are generally not granted. 4. There are max 7 flowers for a ‘ bottle ‘ selected. Nora Weeks (the Assistant of Bach’s) quotes: be brave and take only one! (be brave and choise one) 5. the practitioner evaluates neither the opinion of the patient to be still moral behavior. He has become responsible, value-neutral and open-minded behaviour. Ideological improvement, spiritual requirements or even conversions have nothing common with a Bach flower therapist in the sense of Bach’s, but. Pack your things and leave as quickly as possible this terrain, you should encounter such a therapist. 6. a serious practitioner explains the healing modality of the Bach flower remedies and thus the boundaries of the Bach floral treatment. 7. the practitioner takes his time for ‘You’ and your concerns will be taken seriously. 8. There are registered Bach flower therapist in England. Trained therapists who enjoy a high standard of quality are specially in the Bach Centre (that is the output / place of origin of the Bach flowers; the last residence of Bach’s; here is the Bach Foundation). These practitioner undertake after the original work in the sense of Bach’s and only receive this qualification, when you join the ‘code of practice’. Recognize you can such therapists to the logo and the protected title (BFRP Bach) Foundation REGISTERED PRACTITIONER). Only registered members may use this logo and must undertake the ‘code of practice’ every year again or extend. Contact: Naturopath and BFRP (Bach Foundation REGISTERED PRACTITIONER) Ute Rosenberg Knau Naturopath and (BFRP) Bach Foundation REGISTERED PRACTITONER forest 1 22393 Hamburg Tel 040-21990457