Hallo! I first fell in love with Homeopathy in the 1980s, when a friend suggested I see a Homeopath to help me cope with some turbulent emotional events. Not only did it help; my understanding of health and illness changed, and I became free from dependence on conventional medicine. I took my last antibiotic in1986. I went on to train in London and Devon, graduating from the School of Homeopathy in 1995, and starting in practice in London, then Hertfordshire. I continue to grow and learn as a Homeopath to this day; in fact I’m famous for being “always on a course”!
I have worked successfully with many many people around digestive symptoms, and with the emergence of new scientific knowledge, I’ve become passionate about enhancing the microbiome to restore gut health. It’s particularly rewarding for me to work with children, who respond so speedily to Homeopathy, and quickly learn to ask for the remedies they need.
I grew up by a river, surrounded by wide open spaces, and have always loved living outside as much as possible. For a few years my home was a narrowboat on an English canal, and for the last ten years I’ve spent time in the summer camping at music festivals with a Homeopathic charity, caring for festival-goers with everything from sunburn to over-indulgence. I love outdoor swimming, foraging, fermenting, walking ancient trails, and dancing round the kitchen. (I knit beautiful socks too.)
Homeopathy is not only endlessly fascinating; it has supported me in good health for decades, and given me confidence to treat myself and my family naturally, no matter what the symptoms are. I also enjoy sharing my knowledge and skills, aiming to empower you to make Homeopathy part of your day-to-day life.
I am a Registered Classical Homepath based in Hertfordshire, England, where I see patients locally, and across the world via video call. I’m really looking forward to meeting you!