I have been the local Battersea Park Homeopath for over twenty years.
I was introduced to homeopathy nearly twenty five years ago while recovering from the first of two operations for carpel tunnel syndrome (a painful condition which affects the tendons of both hands).
While reading Medicine and the New Man by the great modern Greek Homeopath George Vithoulkas, I took his advice and treated the after effects of the second operation with Arnica and was impressed that the healing process took less than half the time of that following the first operation.
A TV documentary about a homeopathic country vet clinched it. His record of success with farm animals, none of whom could have understood the meaning of placebo, was remarkable. I had to know more.
I trained first at the London College of Classical Homeopathy and then at the Purton House School in Buckinghamshire. I am a graduate of the School for Advanced Homeopathic Studies (Dynamis), and as a Member of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths I am bound by its comprehensve Code of Ethics and Practice and carry a professional idemnity insurance of £6m.
I hold a Masters Degree from the Cass Business School and am a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. I have had a long career in 'people' management, including personnel management in industry, as Senior Lecturer in Management Studies, director and trustee in various companies and trusts and as the Chief Executive of a large housing association.