I am a mother, wife and grandmother (and homeopath of course) with a varied career background, chiefly consisting of work in the medical environment. Initially I qualified as a medical secretary (AMSPAR) and ultimately as a PA to a professor of primary care at Bristol University (NHS) who specialised in premenstrual tension and breast cancer.
On a personal note, I discovered the power of homeopathy nearly 30 years ago when I “sceptically” sought the help of a local homeopath for a debilitating condition I had suffered from for over 3 years. This proved to be a valuable turning point in my life as I regained full mobility within 6 months. Quite naturally, I sought to know more.
For 12 years I lived and worked in Cornwall but upon my husband’s retirement returned to my home village of Portbury in North Somerset. Whilst living in Cornwall I trained for 4 years with the Contemporary College of Homeopathy and graduated in 2008. As well as running my own practice, I co-ordinate a local homeopathic practitioner group and also act as supervisor and teacher at the Contemporary College.
I am a registered and insured member of the Society of Homeopaths and abide by their established Code of Ethics and Practice.