I am honoured to be part of the Medical Sciences Tutor network for The School of Health which is one aspect of my training to become a Homeopath I thoroughly enjoyed completing.
I qualified as a Nurse in 1992, specialising in Intellectual Disability Nursing and continue my work with the NHS today as a Head of Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection for a large NHS Foundation Trust in the South of England. I qualified as a Homeopath from the School of Homeopathy in 2016.
I now practice on a part time basis at a busy South Coast UK Osteopathic and Complementary Health Practice where I have a steady and regular client base whilst working as part of a wider multi-disciplinary team in partnership with a wide range of practitioners. Since qualifying I have had complementary therapy book reviews and articles published in industry magazines such as Choice Health and more recently International Therapist, by the Federation of Holistic Therapists.
I have to say the journey, although challenging was one of the best for self-discovery, acquiring new skills and knowledge and importantly a sense of achievement when receiving my Practitioner Diploma! The support from The School of Health and The School of Homeopathy was excellent, including the relationship with Tutors through the constructive feedback I received across medical sciences and the speciality course assignments. It is this support and sharing the journey alongside the students that I look forward to throughout the assignments I receive.