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Clare G Harvey

Book Editor, Author, Lecturer

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Clare is a talented author, entrepreneur and expert. Her expertise and experience lies in PR, customer relations, people management, negotiation and product development & she acts as a literary scout for the agency bringing in some initiative and inspirational authors.

In 1995 Clare wrote an Encyclopedia on Flowers Remedies drawing together and incorporating the healing qualities of over two thousand Flower Essences & Plants from around the world, which is now in its third updated edition as The practitioners Encyclopedia of Flower Essences This is been widely recognized as the authoritative work on the subject, and it won the Mind Body Spirit Gold Award and been translated and published worldwide. She then went on to write six more including the Principles of Vibrational Healing, The Healing Spirit of Plants.

Clare is internationally recognized as a world authority on Flower Essences and was originally trained by her grandfather, a Harley Street Osteopath & Acupuncturist, and her grandmother, being taught herself by Dr Edward Bach and Nora Weeks. Clare was a Flower Essence Consultant at The Hale Clinic in London, since the 1990s and now has her own private practice in Harley Street.

A teacher and lecturer is trained in eight different healing modalities from Shen Tao Acupressure to Sound & Subtle Energetic Healing and is often quoted in women’s magazines and press. She also often appears on TV & Radio.

Clare created the first International Flower Essence School for Practitioners, The International Federation for Vibrational Medicine in 1988 which runs Introductory and Professional Training courses. Clare originally started The International Flower Essence Repertoire and was instrumental in establishing it as the major UK distributor of Flower Essences in the UK & now runs her own online company flowersense.co.uk. Clare is passionate about health, well-being and education.

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