Greg Cope

Greg first became interested in natural healing when conventional medicine was unable to offer a solution to his unwell grandmother. After finding healing for himself, he went on to become a student of natural medicine. Initially he studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, and then was lead towards the study of Homeopathy due to his interest in treating children, emotional disorders and complicated cases. After completing 5 years of full time study, Greg graduated being awarded the prize for Clinical Excellence in Practice.

Greg Cope

Greg has been practicing in the natural healing field since 2003 in a busy clinical practice. In addition to his work as a clinician, Greg has worked in numerous other roles in the industry. He has been a Lecturer for the Australian Institue of Applied Sciences in their natural medicine school, and is now a permanent Lecturer for Endeavour College of Natural Health, the leading two natural medicine colleges in Queensland. He has also been a guest lecturer at numerous other natural medicine colleges across Australia.

Greg has been an active member of the committee for the Australian Homeopathic Association since 2004, and is currently serving his third year at the Vice President for the Queensland branch and National President. In this role Greg has been active in the promotion of high quality education for Homeopathic practitioners.

As a contributor to the Synthesis project, Greg has been involved in international homeopathic research and has particularly enjoyed the opportunity to travel overseas and work with some of the world's leading homeopaths on developing and integrating the latest research in clinical practice. Locally Greg has acted as a trainer on homeopathic methodology and regularly trains practitioners replica watches across Australia and New Zealand in clinical methods.

Greg is a licensed professional member of the Australian Register of Homeopaths, Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Assocation, and the Australian Homeopathic Assocation.

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