About me

 In 1986, tired of yet another prescription of antibiotics for my chronic sinusitis, my mum took me to a homeopath who at last was able to help me. I was eleven years old and this was my first encounter with homeopathy. I have been inspired by its gentle but powerful effects ever since.

 

As a teenager, I treated myself for exam-stress and hangovers. During pregnancy, I used remedies to support my changing body. And today as a mother, homeopathy enhances the health and vitality of my three children.

Before training as a homeopath, I worked as a communications specialist for several high-profile charities, campaigning for human rights, peace and the environment. Underpinning all this is a love of nature, a belief in humanity and a commitment to a more natural and ethical approach to life. And it is this same ethos that has turned my attentions to homeopathy. I am passionate about supporting people who are striving for a healthier and more harmonious life.

After four years of rigorous training, I qualified from the School of Homeopathy as an Advanced Practitioner and am now registered and insured with the Society of Homeopaths. In addition to running a busy practice in Lewes, I also volunteer as a Trustee for Homeopathy in the Sussex Community, an organisation that offers low-cost homeopathic support to vulnerable groups in my local area.

I live in Rodmell, near Lewes. When I am not working, I'm looking after my three children and enjoying the beautiful South Downs.

Read more about my journey to homeopathy here

 

Jo's warmth and compassion allows me and my children to open up fully in our consultations. The homeopathic remedies we have received have helped with a multitude of issues - from eczema to anxiety to acute headaches and tummy bugs. I love the collaborative process, and the results never cease to amaze me!

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