I first became interested in Homeopathy while working for Weleda (UK) Ltd in their herb room during my teens. At that time there was no recognised Homeopathy college in the UK and I had to wait until 1979 before I was able to begin my training at the College of Homeopathy, London. I finally completed the course in 1985 and was awarded my Licentiate in 1989. After two decades of practice I attended the Centre for Homeopathic Education at Regents College (Middlesex University) and converted my Licence to a BSc in Homeopathy (2008).
I am registered with the Society of Homeopaths, which allows me to use the letters RSHom after my name. The Society’s register of homeopaths is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. I take part in regular CPD in order to keep my skills updated; I am fully insured through the society and required to adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and professional conduct.
I've worked in clinics in Brighton, Lewes and Uckfield over the years, as well as at home, and was also involved with the Dolphin House Children's Clinic (New Road, Brighton) for more than ten years. Having set up a homeopathy outreach project in Whitehawk in 2008 I then became involved in outreach clinics on behalf of Dolphin House in the outlying areas of Whitehawk, Moulsecomb and Hollingdean. I have a strong commitment to making homeopathy widely available in communities, and not simply a lifestyle choice.
I have also taught homeopathy at colleges in the UK (Chichester and Essex) and abroad in Romania (1992-2002) and Lebanon (1999 to 2012).
Teaching homeopathy in Lebanon