My introduction to homeopathy was by means of a personal trial. I made an appointment with a Faculty registered homeopath (at the time I felt safer seeing a 'proper' doctor) to see if homeopathy could help my painful knees and joints. Happily, within a month, all pain had gone. This began my venture in to the world of homeopathy. While running an interior design and soft furnishing business, I trained as a homeopath, graduating after 4 years from The College of Practical Homeopathy – Midlands (now The Homeopathy College). That was in 2005. I am registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths, which binds members to a professional Code of Ethics and Practice.
Now retired, I run a Clinic from my home on a Friday and home visits are by arrangement. Please see the Clinic & Charges page then either Book Online or use the Contact form.
I am married and have five grown-up children and eight grandchildren. In addition to my musical interests (I play the piano and historically the violin), the human body and how it works has always intrigued me. I have a special interest in nutrition and its relationship to health and trained for 2 years for the Practitioner Diploma in Nutritional Healing.