Problem Solving is the best bit…

Problem Solving is the best bit…

Problem solving is one of the most enjoyable parts of being a homeopath.  Taking the case, looking at the symptoms, the aetiology, then working out which remedies will help clear the problem, whilst also considering any lifestyle changes and suggested dietary changes...

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What does it mean to be vulnerable?

What does it mean to be vulnerable?

As a fan of the books and Ted Talk by Brene Brown, I have been thinking about what vulnerability is quite a bit.  Being vulnerable and sharing how you deeply, truly feel or maybe taking an action on something that felt more than way out of your comfort zone is part of...

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Looking at Teen Mental Health from a fresh perspective.

Looking at Teen Mental Health from a fresh perspective.

I'll let you into a secret. I thought long and hard before deciding to leave teaching.  But I couldn't just walk away.  It was like coming out of a bad marriage, I wanted it to work for the sake of the children.  Like many (but sadly not enough) educational...

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The Homeopathic Twelve days of Christmas !

The Homeopathic Twelve days of Christmas !

On the first day of Christmas my Homeopath gave to me a tube of much needed Frost Cream. This amazing cream can be purchased by  NVS pharmacy and is an absolute godsend for chillblains and Raynaud's disease due to the arnica and rosemary content which boosts...

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Random acts of Kindness

Random acts of Kindness

What is the last thing you did out of kindness? Perhaps you gave your seat to someone on the tube or offered someone to go in front of you in the queue at the supermarket. Either way I bet it felt good. Completing acts of kindness really gives us a sense of...

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Running an inclusive practice

Running an inclusive practice

I love London life.  The buzz of it, the busy-ness, everything is fast-paced, in one minute, out the next, the culture, the ever-changing face of architecture and the history.  But what I love most is the people.  The diversity of cultures, languages, religions,...

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Homeopathy, a resilient character in this amazing memoir.

Homeopathy, a resilient character in this amazing memoir.

Last week a lovely surprise came through my letter box; a gift from my good friend Sarah,  Educated by Tara Westover.  I'd wanted to read this book since I'd read about it in an article, but life got busy and I'd never got round to it.  I'd heard the basic...

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My Inspiration

My Inspiration

Admin really isn't my favourite part of being a homeopath.  I love the people part - the stories, the connections, watching the healing happen.  However, this week as I sat down to do my rather overloaded pile of filing I had a moment of joy.  I added new...

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Healing Crisis – what is it and why does it happen?

Healing Crisis – what is it and why does it happen?

For many, the idea that Homeopathy may bring back old symptoms is a bit of a difficult pill to swallow.  Why would anyone want to revisit an ailment that is long gone, especially when the patient has visited about something completely different.  Let's...

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