Gregory Peechatt is a Classical Homeopath, Child Psychologist and professional Naturaopath. He is a practitioner of Homeopathy for more than three decades. His initial training in Homeopathy was in India. Later he got trained in U.S. and finally his post graduate training at the British Institute of Homeopathy in UK. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology with his research thesis titled “Guilt Feeling in relation to Psycho-Neurosis – An analytical/empirical Study”.
Dr. Peechatt’s additonal qualification in Psychology helps him in selecting the right homeopathic remedy for successfully treating many of his clients whose physical problems are often founded on psycho-social and/or neuro-biological issues. Deep knowledge of psychology is essential for any successful homeopathic practitioner as Homeopathic Medicine is primarily bio-energetic in nature and as such it strongly emphasizes mind-body relationship. Dr. Peechatt’s research thesis for his DHM degree from the British Institute was “Homeopathic Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)”.
Dr. Peechatt held a full time job as a School Psychologist for over 25 years. He also has a Master’s degree in Indian Philosopohy and a Bachellor’s degree in Divinity. He has taught Philosophy and Psychology in colleges and universities. Lately he presents many workshops on Homeopathy, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, etc. to educators, parents, support groups, general public etc. In his private practice, in Rochester, NY, he successfully integrates classical and modern Homeopathy with Naturopathy, computerized and otherwise assessments, psychological counseling, Acupuncture points stimulation etc. to lead his clients of all ages to increased quality of life and vibrant health.
His long time experience in working with students and research in alternative treatments of the psycho-morbid conditions of youngsters, has given him the reputation of helping ‘hard to handle students’ due to condtions like severe inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, oppositional defiant behaviors, autistic disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar/unipolar conditions, chronic headaches, insomnia, low self esteem, eating disorders etc.