I believe Homeopathy is even more important in the 21st century than ever before. Most of us are living with some sort of stress in our lives - be it physical through air and noise pollution or degraded food, mentally through overwork (or being out of work), the emotional stresses of relationships and family life or the fear of war or terrorist action. And more ...
Our immune systems and the innate healing capability of our bodies are being attacked on all fronts, leaving us often feeling tired and prone to minor illnesses just when we want to be on top form.
Many of us are taking our own steps to counteract this global assault: eating wholesome food, reducing stimulants like coffee and alcohol, drinking more water, exercising regularly. Some are also looking at their personal and spiritual growth, being true to themselves, and changing career or pursuing a life style that uses their skills and gifts to improve their lives and those of others.
Homeopathy can support this process of self-development in a deep and powerful way, as well as treating people suffering with major conditions and the minor ailments which seem to be affecting us more regularly.
I see patients of all ages - men, women and children. Some have specific symptoms and diagnosed conditions whilst others come with a general feeling of malaise and lack of energy. Still others feel that they are out of balance in some way, or have a sense that they are not living to their true potential.
I qualified as a Homeopath in 1998, graduating from the College of Homeopathy in London. In October 2002, I became a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths.
Every year I study with Professor George Vithoulkas, one of the world's leading homeopaths, at the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Alonissos, Greece. In 2008 I completed Professor Vithoulkas' 3-year Diploma Course and examination.