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29th July 2021 
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What is homeopathy?

Homeopathy is a natural holistic medicine; it treats the person as a whole, taking into account their personality and emotional state as well as their physical symptoms. As we know, people are all highly individual and each homeopathic prescription is carefully matched to the individual person.
We do not prescribe according to the illness, "She has tonsillitis" or "He has migraine", we look at the person as a complete unit. No one remedy is indicated for every person with the same disease, everyone will express their symptoms differently; different people need different remedies.

How does homeopathy work?

Homeopathy works by using highly diluted substances to support the body's own innate ability to heal itself.

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Homeopathy and your child

Constitutional treatment is the care of your child's health by a professional homeopath who will match your child's symptoms, taken as a whole to a remedy which best suits them as an individual.
Children respond quickly to homeopathic remedies as their 'picture' is often more straightward than that of adults. Homeopathy is safe for all children from day old new-born babies through to the end of their lives.

The consultation

The initial consultation will last approximately one and a half hours. I will ask questions about your physical symptoms as well as general symptoms about food desires, thirst, perspiration and sleep etc. I will also ask you about your personality, fears, anxieties and the family history in order to get a clear picture of how you respond to certain situations.



Initial consultation, approx one and a half hours 70
Subsequent appointments, approx 45 minutes 45

Children's Clinic


First consultation, approx one hour 50
Subsequent appointments, approx 30 minutes 35

Bach Flower Remedies, if given, are included in the cost of the initial consultation, repeat prescriptions are charged at 5 per bottle or 2 if the bottle is refilled or returned.

Telephone or email advice, where a remedy is prescribed (unless part of an ongoing treatment, when it is free): 20
(Note: I only prescribe over the phone or email if you have been my patient in the past)

Cancellation charge (unless 48 hours notice is given): 25