Pat Deacon first came to homeopathy in the early 1980's as a last
resort in the search for help with one of her son's severe allergies.
She was so amazed and impressed with the results that she decided to study
homeopathy herself. In 1990, Pat and her family moved to England and she
enrolled at Purton House School of Homeopathy in Buckinghamshire.
Upon graduation, she set up practices in Saffron Walden, Essex and in
Cambridge, and registered with the Society of Homeopaths (UK).
In 1999, Pat returned to Canada, where she lived in the Okanagan Valley and
practiced there and in Vancouver for 9 years.
Pat studied formally with Louis Klein FSHom, her main teacher, on the
Homeopathic Master Clinician (HMC) course.
While in Britain and in the years since, she has also attended seminars with
many other homeopathic teachers, notably with Jan Scholten and Ulrich Welte.
She regularly supervises other homeopaths,
and holds workshops for midwives on using homeopathy in their practices and
for homeopaths on treating women during pregnancy and birth.