I trained at the Centre for Homeopathic Education, graduating with a Licentiate in Classical and Practical Homeopathy. My training was both academic and clinical, and I have broad experience of working with people from all walks of life, with a wide range of physical and emotional health problems.
I have used homeopathy for most of my adult life, and as is often the case, discovered it when my own illness was not helped by conventional medicine. Homeopathy transformed my health, but more importantly it gave me a whole new lens through which to view the world. I had discovered a tool to help people become the very best of themselves, and I knew I wanted to be the one to guide and witness that process. What a privilege it is to now work as a homeopath full time, supporting others on that journey.
As well as being a homeopath I am also a mum to two young children. I am keen for my practice to be relevant to my wonderful local community in Tottenham, so naturally much of my work is addressing common childhood illness and developmental issues, as well as hormonal issues in women. I offer specialist support throughout pregnancy and during childbirth, a time when many women use homeopathy for themselves and their growing babies.
Of course, the range of health problems that my patients present with is wide, and ranges from minor acute illness to auto-immune disease, long term chronic conditions and emotional difficulties. I have a particular interest in adult mental health, and offer discounts for those who would like to work with me on a longer-term basis.
I offer a safe, private, confidential space for my patients, where I listen without judgement and prescribe with care.
I am a Londoner by birth, and proud of the diverse and welcoming community in which I live. I have a degree in English Literature and read avidly. My homeopathic library is available for loan to any patients who would like to learn more! Before becoming a homeopath I worked in the charity sector for 15 years, working with a wide range of UK and International organisations. It was great, but I love what I do now with endless passion, and am committed to constantly expanding my knowledge and experience.