I have been using homeopathy on myself, the family and on our pets for over 35 years. Recently I have had homeopathic treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis and menopause symptoms, which I have found to be very helpful.
I am passionate about helping people with their health and wellbeing, and have personally observed the huge benefits that homeopathy can bring. In order to operate at a professional level, I embarked on a training programme over a 4-year period at The School of Homeopathy, graduating in 2019. I am now fully qualified and recognised as a Homeopathic Practitioner.
I am a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths and practice under the guidance of their strict Code of Ethics and Practice. I am fully qualified, comprehensively insured and the Society register is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
Homeopathy has been established for over 200 years. It is used by some 300 million people worldwide, with 100 million people in Europe and 6 million in the UK using it for their everyday healthcare.
This system of medicine is safe, gentle and effective, and uses dilute remedies to stimulate your body’s ability to heal itself. This is unlike conventional medicine and drugs, which treat the symptoms alone, often with unwanted side effects.
Homeopathy was founded by the German physician and chemist; Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) and has been used ever since, becoming one of the most popular forms of complementary or alternative medicine in the world today.
Homeopathy is a "holistic" medicine which means that it aims to treat the whole person rather than only his or her symptoms. Homeopathy can complement and work perfectly well alongside conventional drugs, although it is always advisable to let your GP know you are using homeopathy to support your health and wellbeing.
People come to me for all sorts of symptoms, feelings, anxieties and emotions. Here are a few examples: