Having graduated from Durham University in 1991, I trained and then worked as a solicitor in London.
I discovered the wonders of homeopathy when I was pregnant with my first child and suffered badly from eczema. That led me on my path to becoming a homeopath.
After four years of theory and clinical training, I graduated from The South East College of Homeopathy (SECH) in 2004 and ran a successful practice from home as well as working together with an osteopath at a local clinic.
I studied for an advanced diploma from Orion Homeopathic Training and a certificate in basic counselling skills. I also lectured at SECH.
After a break to study for a Masters degree, I reopened my practice and welcome patients of all ages.
Additionally, I am training to become a Nutritional Therapist at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition with a view to offering my patients the best advice I can on health and well-being. I plan to offer both homeopathy and nutritional advice side by side in the future.
I live on the edge of the Ashdown Forest with my husband, three grown up children, dogs and chickens.
I am a registered member of The Alliance of Homeopaths (ARH) and insured with Balens through the block scheme for members of The ARH.