I became involved in homeopathic medicine after our second son was diagnosed with severe autism at the age of 2 in 1999. Due to his allergic reactions to any conventional medicine, (as well as a severe intolerance to certain foods), I investigated the possibility of homeopathic medicine to help him with his physical and behavioural problems.
I was astounded at the results of homeopathic treatment for our son and subsequently for my family. This encouraged me to qualify as a professional classical homeopath myself!
So I trained for four years at the award winning British School of Homeopathy, the first two years were spent at the Bath Spa University and the last two years at Exeter in Devon.
I am now a fully registered, insured member of the Society of Homeopaths. They are the largest governing body in the UK for professional homeopaths and to become a member and to stay a member, I have undertaken to always practice within their strict code of ethics and continue my practice development in order to serve my patients to the best of my ability.
I noticed after a few years of clinical work in Oxfordshire, that many patients needed nutritional support/suggestions and in many cases, I found myself unable to separate good health from good diet choices. So I decided to study to become a registered Nutritional Therapist in order to become qualified in this area. have considerable experience in the huge improvements that are possible once dietary and lifestyle alterations are considered in order to enhance general health and wellbeing across all ages.
I also have a background in Psychology and much personal and professional experience in the areas of diabetes, autism, grief and trauma, hormonal issues and adrenal exhaustion...
I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of my work and feel very privileged to be a Practitioner in this field.