I have been practicing and teaching homeopathy for the last twenty four years.
In 1998, along with two colleagues, I founded the Centre for Homeopathic Education (CHE) in London. We were motivated by our desire to continue the legacy of the great homeopaths who trained us, and we felt there wasn’t yet a homeopathic training course which offered its students an in-depth understanding of both Classical and Practical modern approaches to homeopathy.
We wanted to make homeopathy accessible to all, by offering short courses for complete beginners ranging to longer term Licentiate practitioner degree level courses for those who would like to become professional homeopaths.
I am passionate about facilitating a community for homeopaths and those who are interested in homeopathy. We do this by regularly organising seminars, conferences, Webinars and postgraduate training courses, and we have an active community on Facebook.
I am particularly proud of our Licentiate practitioner programme, which has created a benchmark for homeopathic education not only in the UK, but also around the world. By offering a focused training in homeopathy at a higher education level we can produce graduates who not only thrive in practice but are equipped to lead their profession.
Homeopathy now stands alongside all the other major complementary therapies – Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine –as a world recognised profession.