Margaret Roy set up the Scottish College of Homoeopathy in 1985 and was its Director until 2015. She is the author of many important textbooks, and a noted speaker on homoeopathy.
Scottish Margaret was the College's Educational Director throughout its existence.
After graduating from Strathclyde University, she studied Education and Psychology at Glasgow, London and Open Universities.
She is a former advisor to the Society of Homoeopaths on Education and Politics, representing the Society on the Council Of Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
It was after this that she set up the Scottish College of Homoeopathy in Glasgow.
Her special responsibilities at the college were Year Three Homoeopathic Pathology and Clinical Supervisor.
Margaret was an advisor to the Institute of Complementary Medicine and one of the examiners on their register of Classical Homoeopaths.
Two of Margaret's books are basic texts used in several colleges here and abroad. To order, see below.
Margaret was also a practising psychotherapist trained at the Karuna Institute using Buddhist psychology, which is similar to Homoeopathy in recognising the innate health of the being, Brilliant Sanity.
As such she was accredited with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy - UKCP. She has also studied Psychoanalytical theory and child development at the Scottish Institute of Human Relations.
In her past she spent six years working with emotionally disturbed children. Homoeopathically, her interest was working with families and studying generations of health.
In recognition of her contribution to homoeopathy in Scotland, in 2013 she was awarded the Fellowship of the Scottish Association of Professional Homoeopaths.
Margaret is now also a fully qualified teacher of Qi Gong, which she teaches in Biggar.
Margaret studies geology and walks all over the place! She continues to lecture and speak on homoeopathy. On this site she has contributed a page on the Disease Process.
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