About me

I have been a homeopath since I graduated from the School of Homeopathy in Devon, UK in 1998. I live and work near Tavistock, on the edge of beautiful Dartmoor.

I run a homeopathy practice offering online and face to face consultation, and I am a regular lecturer on the undergraduate programme at the School of Homeopathy, as well as overseeing the School’s clinical training as Clinical Supervisor. I continue to read widely and study to extend my knowledge and skills.

I live with my teenage daughter and two cats in the beautiful Walkham Valley. I am a keen photographer, gardener and naturalist, and love exploring the diversity of nature around us here in Devon.

I have used homeopathy as my primary source of healthcare for my whole adult life, and also for my daughter, and it has made a profound change in our level of health.

I believe in the innate intelligence, resilience and power of the human mind and body.

I am approachable and easy to talk to, and understand that everyone has a unique experience of illness – you are the expert on your own health problem.

I offer a safe space for you to feel heard, seen and supported in your journey back to health.


Education and experience

BA (Hons) Humanities (English Literature and Philosophy), Greenwich University 1985

Professional Diploma from The School of Homeopathy, graduated 1998

Registered Member of the Society of Homeopaths since 2000

Postgraduate Diploma from the Dynamis School for Advanced Homeopathic Studies, completed 2013

Lecturer, Tutor and Supervisor with the School of Homeopathy since 2003

Supervision training courses with Sea Change and Sheila Ryan, completed in 2003, 2006 and 2011

Member of the School of Homeopathy Supervisors’ Network since 2011

Clinical Supervisor and School of Homeopathy Core Team since 2018

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Homeopathy for Perimenopause

Perimenopause (meaning ‘around menopause’) describes the transition into menopause, which women naturally experience from their mid 40’s onwards, with some women beginning the transition a little earlier than this.   In the transition to menopause...

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Homeopathy for Headaches – Eleven Remedies

Headaches are one of the main conditions for which people seek homeopathic treatment.  Headaches take a wide variety of different forms, and each person experiences them differently.  The sensation of the pain will vary greatly, along with...

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Homeopathy for Managing Acute Pain – Twelve Remedies

Homeopathy can ease suffering quickly in situations of acute pain: where the problem has occurred recently, and has a clear cause.  Examples of situations that may be helped by homeopathy include traumatic injuries (blunt trauma, sprains, strains,...

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Healing helps us reconnect all the parts of ourselves and bring us back into balance and harmony. In health we are free to flourish and fulfil our natural potential.