DR. JAYESH SHAH MD (HOM.)
Dr. Jayesh Shah has been a lecturer in Classical Homoeopathy since 1981.
His love for teaching has established a deep network of ties with practitioners in Hamburg,
Freiburg, Zurich, Leuk, Geneva, Brussels, Vancouver, Toronto, Minnesota,
Hawaii, San Francisco, Boston and London.
More recent seminars include lectures in Romania, Serbia, Brazil, Russia and the Czech Republic.
Dr. Jayesh also contributes in promoting wellness through meditation-based interactive seminars popularly known as the Journey Workshops. Apart from India, Journey workshops have been conducted in Switzerland, Germany, Serbia, Romania and USA.
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The clinical practice is based out of Mumbai and continues to be a source of inspiration for his patients, colleagues and staff.
He is a senior lecturer, physician and mentor at multiple teaching institutes for Homoeopathy across 19 countries.
DR. RAJUL SHAH (LCEH)
Dr. Rajul Shah is a consultant Homoeopath since 1981.
She works with children, adolescents and parents to foster health within the family unit.
She conducts workshops in the 'Emotion Release Techniques' for doctors,
educators and home-makers to strengthen participation in treatment among patients.
She works with Redikall Healing framework to minimise labelling and to focus on
consistent outcomes, especially in chronic disorders.
DR. SHRADHDHA SHAH (BHMS)
MASTERS' IN MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (LONDON)
Dr. Shradhdha Shah is an alumnus of UCL (University College London)
with past affiliations with the Stuart Lowe Trust (London), UCL (London), ICHHS (Paris),
and the Uniwersytet Adama Mickiwicza (Poland) for qualitative research methods.
She is a consultant in Homoeopathy (2007 - until present) for long-term health conditions, with
a collaboration with Heilsa (Bangalore), Chaarana Special Needs Centre (Bangalore), D-Down's Trust and Shradhdha Cures (Mumbai).
Workshops in Preventive Health for patients:
Mumbai | Pondichery | London | Hamburg | Paris | Poznan | Baroda | Bangalore
Dr. Shradhdha Shah has been associated with BlinkNow, UCL, Yuva Parivartan, Save the Children India, Don Bosco, A.B Mahila Parishad, Each One Teach One, the Tattva Health Foundation, the Saplings' School for Appropriate Learning, the Kala Ghoda Arts' Festival, and the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, Pratham among others in developing programs for patient groups.
Methodology for workshops: Guided visualisation, sharing of case vignettes, DMT techniques for immersion in therapeutic material.
She is currently working on an integrative approach in healthcare facilities. This embraces the benefits of guided meditation-based techniques in patient-care. This helps each family assume ownership in recovery and reduces morbidity in long-standing disorders.
Her first publication has been nominated for the Yuva Sahitya National Award 2018.
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