Homeopathy has been an important part of my life for more than 20 years since it helped me with chronic and debilitating health problems in my early 30s. Despite trying many allopathic treatments my symptoms got worse until I could no longer work full-time as an academic and thought that I would have to accept that I would never be well. A friend suggested homeopathy, which I’d never heard of, and I thought it was worth giving it a try. Within a few months, my main symptoms had got much better and 10 months later I was back to health and able to resume full time work and life.
Being helped so much by homeopathy sparked a deep interest in the subject that has stayed with me over the last 25 years. I studied informally and practiced first aid homeopathy on friends, family and pets (!) whilst building a career as an academic writer and researcher in the field of social psychology. Seeing and experiencing for myself such positive results from homeopathy made such an impact on me that I eventually decided to train to be a classical homeopath at the School of Homeopathy in Stroud.
I am a Registered Member of the Society of Homeopaths and attend regular study groups and seminars, incorporating latest developments into my practice.