Hello everyone. I’m a professional homeopath who trained at the School of Homeopathy in Stroud and hold their Practitioner Advanced Diploma in Homeopathy (UK). I opened my practice in 2017 and have a growing list of clients who I treat in person or online using Skype or Zoom. As part of my clinical practice I also offer homeopathy training to doulas, breastfeeding counsellors, mothers-to-be and their birth partners. My homeopathic consultations are never rushed or hurried. They allow a patient plenty of time to discuss their physical symptoms and anything else that is troubling them. Every remedy is tailor made to the specific requirements of an individual patient. Although physical symptoms are important, a homeopath will also need to know how their patient thinks and feels, how they react to stress, how they respond to other people, and how they relate to their environment. Their homeopathic remedy will be selected on the basis of this overall symptom picture.
Homeopathy is a safe, gentle and effective form of healthcare that has been in use for almost 200 years. Unlike conventional medicine, homeopathic remedies act as a trigger or catalyst that stimulate the body’s natural ability to resist infection, fight off illness, and heal itself. When a remedy is well chosen, one dose may be all that is needed to initiate a healing response and start the natural healing process. All homeopathic remedies are non-toxic and non-addictive with no harmful side effects. They can be given to people who are elderly or frail and to patients who have been diagnosed with a life threatening or terminal illness. Worldwide, millions of people use homeopathy to treat a wide range of physical symptoms, emotional problems, and mental health issues. However, homeopathy can also be used at the same time as conventional medicine. This is perfectly safe as homeopathic remedies will not affect the action of prescription drugs. In many cases homeopathy can form part of an integrated approach to healthcare that is often very successful.
Homeopathy is a holistic therapy that treats the whole person rather than their physical condition or medical diagnosis. Although these are very important, homeopathy believes that every person is unique with physical, mental and emotional characteristics that are all interrelated or connected. How a patient thinks and feels; how they respond to other people and their environment; how they behave under stress; these and many other issues will all be explored during a homeopathic consultation.
For those receiving palliative care, homeopathy can bring a deep sense of relaxation and help relieve the physical pain or mental trauma often associated with a life threatening or terminal illness. It can help the patient come to terms with the inevitable outcome of their illness; make peace with their loved ones; and approach death in a calm and tranquil manner. Where needed, homeopathy can also offer great comfort and support to the friends and relatives of a palliative care patient. Before death, it can help them cope with feelings of intense fear, anxiety or dread and any other issues that may be troubling them. When their loved one has passed, it can ease their sense of grief and loss and help them move gently through the bereavement process.
Trained at the School of Homeopathy in Stroud. Hold their Practitioner Advanced Diploma in Homeopathy (UK). Full professional insurance cover.
Live and work in Ledbury, Herefordshire. Personal consultations at local therapy centres with home visits by arrangement. Online homeopathy treatment using Skype or Zoom for those who cannot travel or live elsewhere in the UK.
Homeopathy training courses for doulas, breastfeeding counsellors, mothers-to-be and their partners. One-to-one homeopathic care and support for women during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.
Acute or constitutional treatment for patients with a life threatening or terminal illness and their friends or relatives. Please ask for details.
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