Bringing Voice to Children who don’t Speak - The Homeopathic Treatment of Autism
with Pierre Fontaine, RSHom (NA), CCH
Does your child have autism? As a parent, you have more answers than you may realize. Join Pierre Fontaine as he touches upon the solutions for reversing autism with homeopathy.
Pierre Fontaine, RSHom (NA), CCH has had a thriving homeopathic practice in New York City, specializing in autism, for 25 years. The parents who seek his services for their children on the autism spectrum refer to him as the Autism Whisperer, and for good reason: Pierre has over 1,000 autism cases which have been largely improved or completely reversed. During this course, Pierre will share his specific methods of case taking and case analysis. He’ll also offer insights into the curative remedies he’s used, including some newly proven ones. He’ll provide details about the various types of autism, all of which have been on the rise over the past 10 years.
One bleak recent statistic from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) is that 1 in 44 children are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The tragedy of this epidemic stretches beyond debilitated lives and into economic hardship. The Autism Speaks organization reported that the cost of caring for Americans with autism had reached $268 billion in 2015 and was predicted to rise to $461 billion by 2025 – unless we can turn this epidemic around.
We all know the telltale signs of an autistic child – the hand flapping, the lack of eye contact, and the limited speech being some of the most common – but did you know that many of these symptoms are an expression of pain? Pierre will explain how autism is a pain-filled phenomenon, and how the key to healing it is in fully understanding the child’s experience of that pain.
To succeed with a homeopathic remedy, one must also understand the restricted repetitive behaviors (RRBs). For instance, if a child wants to watch a spinning wheel for hours at a time, one must find out why. Without this information, and if one prescribes only on the typical autistic symptomology, “we are left with cases we can’t solve.”
Pierre’s case-taking method brings voice to children who can’t speak, which he’ll explain in detail during this course. With multiple case examples, he’ll show how this method, that he terms “surrogacy,” has broken through the limitations of known autism treatments and given his patients remarkable results.