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Homeopathy Supervision

Post-Graduate Case Supervision

with Thérèse Cosgrove Lic.I.S.H., ISHom

Continuing supervision after graduation is an essential part of furthering your skills and building your practice. Case supervision is a key area where qualified homeopaths often require support, particularly in the first few years of practice.

Thérèse provides one-to-one supervision sessions, giving an in-depth analysis of your case, with advice on prescriptions and case managment.  This can be particularly useful for cases that are ‘stuck’ or are not responding as expected to treatment.  It can also be of great benefit if you are treating a new pathology.  The sessions can be booked on an individual needs basis.


“The sessions always bring me past my limitations as a novice. I gain clarity and confidence from the sessions.  I also get a deeper understanding of health and disease, and disease processes. One of the most important things for me though is knowing that if I get a serious case that has many complications I know I can call a homeopath that I can trust to lead me in the right direction. Each case that I have brought for supervision has always ended up with positive results. I highly recommend supervision with Therese.

Laoise O’Flaherty


“Therese has been my supervisor for several years now. I am thankful for her expert help.  Therese puts a great deal of work and effort into my cases.  At times I have felt frustrated with my cases and when I sit with Therese she talks me through it and brings me back to the fundamentals of homeopathy and from there the case unfolds. I feel inspired after a session with Therese. I have always received first class tuition from Therese, she knows homeopathy inside out and can also impart that knowledge to others.”

Marian Gannon


“I take supervision with Therese and would highly recommend her to anyone starting out in practice.  Her role as a supervisor should be highly credited as she explains everything simply and clearly.  I have gained a huge amount of knowledge through supervision.”

Catherine Holland