I trained at The College of Homeopathy, London graduating in 1991 and then registered with The Society of Homeopaths
My interest in homeopathy began when my husband, who had been ill for two years with no improvement from conventional medicine, visited a homeopath and had an amazing recovery. I attended a first aid course and gave remedies to my family and friends with great results and then decided to join the four year professional college course. After qualifying I worked at The College of Homeopathy Clinic where we trained students in homeopathic clinical practice and assessed them in their final year. I also taught first aid homeopathy courses at evening class and ran small tutorial groups.
I welcome all ages, male and female into my clinic and have had the joy of seeing many people benefit in many different ways. Homeopathy is safe and gentle and has no side effects.
I practice from the Complementary Health Centre, Lee on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Mainly, my spare time is spent restoring the barge I live on and a small wooden boat that we sail. I keep fit by attending a Pilates class, cycling and walking with friends and my Lurcher dog. I enjoy listening to live music and singing and have sung in several choirs