Homeopathy is a huge part of my life and I love to share it with others. I treat all emotional and physical ailments (from anxiety to eczema) and have special interests in women’s health and depression. Homeopathy treats the root cause of a problem which separates it to conventional medicine which – generally – only treats the symptoms of a disease.
I came to homeopathy in my early twenties when I had a stomach problem; I was referred to a consultant who confirmed I had a prolapse and would need surgery. I was young and didn’t want to undergo the operation so started looking for an alternative and came across homeopathy. After seeing a local homeopath I was prescribed a remedy to take over the month before the next appointment. I was a little sceptical but thought if it had cured my asthma years before, it must be worth giving it a go. I was amazed! After just one prescription my symptoms reduced by 75%, I had more energy and generally felt much better. Homeopathy completely changed my life so I decided to train and become a homeopath – enabling me to share this wonderful treatment with others.
After four years I successfully completed my training at The Centre for Homeopathic Education, Regents Park College, London and graduated with a BSc (Hons) and LCHE (licentiate).