Roberta Vienneau


"The important thing is to strive towards a goal which is not immediately visible.  That goal is not the concern of the mind, but of the spirit."
(The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

I was always drawn to the study of mind and consciousness.  These interests lead to graduate degrees in Psychology (B.A.) and Education (M.A.). A further interest in the relationship between mind-consciousness and wellness resulted in practitioner diplomas in Spiritual Psychotherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, Bach Flower Elixirs, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and although these different naturopathic modalities continue to inform my practice today, my passion is Homeopathy.  

I received my homeopathic training at the Montreal Institute of Classical Homeopathy (MICH), under the instruction of Judyann McNamara, founder and physicist, and a teacher like no other.  My six years with the Institute proved to be the most enriching and rewarding years of my life, and I remain in touch with the leading edge of homeopathy today through continuing education, both as a member of the school's professional association (MICHPA), as well as through webinars and courses with various world-renowned homeopaths. 

I feel that I bring to the homeopathic encounter a profoundly poetic ear that is most sensitive to the language of soul, a language that speaks in symbols and archetypes that guide and direct our lives.  I also bring to the encounter a safe and non-judgmental space for exploration to occur.

My current research interest in homeopathy is in the field of Anthroposophical Medicine. 

I have been studying the healing arts since 2002, and have had a private practice since 2006.  Prior to that, I was a teacher of special needs children in a major Montreal school board, where I adapted and  developed individualized programs for my students.

Roberta Vienneau, HOM
Member, College of Homeopaths of Ontario