Sue studied Psychology at University and then followed this with a Masters degree in Clinical Neuroscience. This formed a foundation for her belief that what goes on in our minds and emotional lives is connected to the illnesses that we develop. Science recognises this link but it has yet to be incorporated into medicine. The science of homeopathy looks at the individual and how they experience their illness. It goes behind and beyond the symptoms, whilst keeping them firmly in mind, to find the root cause as it is from here that true healing can begin. Sue works with all ages and a wide variety of conditions. She finds working with mothers and children particularly rewarding.
‘ I found Sue to be very thorough, professional and most importantly, extremely empathetic and 'tuned in'. I felt in very good hands from the moment we started. Thank you Sue! TS, Writer and Life Coach.
The British School of Homeopathy (4 years), final year thesis on the treatment of Hay Fever with Homeopathy. Continuing Professional Development: Post Graduate studies with Jermey Sherr (ongoing).
The Society of Homeopaths.
The Society of Homeopaths is the largest professional body of homeopaths whose members are trained to high standards and agree to practise according to a strict code of ethics and practice.
I discovered homeopathy as a first-time mother of a very colicky baby. Unable to find her any relief I saw a homeopath and was immediately impressed and fascinated when she asked me not only about the symptoms of the colic, but how my baby responded to the pain, what made it better or worse, what sort of baby she was and also questions about the birth. The consultation went beyond the obvious physical symptoms and looked at the whole. After using homeopathy with very pleasing results with my family and pets for some years I decided to formally train. I continue to be amazed at the scope of this medicine, from the smallest acute to chronic illness.