I am a registered homeopath with 15 years' experience, and an intimacy coach for women.

My work is all about helping people thrive and feel more alive.

As a homeopath, I treat individuals, not conditions or named diseases. I use a holistic approach where body, mind, emotions and energy are integrated, bringing consciousness to the healing process.

I work to create a world where we feel connected, where our body's intelligence in maintaining homeostasis naturally is respected, and where our fundamental human right to bodily integrity and to choose the system of medicine that is suitable for us and for our children is asserted. 

Conventional (allopathic) medicine and homeopathic medicine should work together to stop the explosion in chronic diseases observed in children and adults in the past 30 years.

I am also passionate about women's health and well-being. Most women are aware of the need to sleep, eat and exercise well; we do yoga, learn meditation and mindfulness, but sexual self-care is completely overlooked.

This is the next frontier to explore and the main source of health and empowerment for women. It is also a refreshing educational tool for our teenagers.

As a certified coach, I teach women what self-love and wholeness taste like through a change of narrative around our bodies, through the celebration of our sexual energy, of the blessings of menstruation, of the primal states of pregnancy and childbirth, and of the power that comes with age.

These practices are wonderfully empowering when used during life transition phases such as divorce and the menopause. They are also essential in the processing and integration of sexual abuse.

'Homeopathy should be part of an integrated strategy for tackling anti-microbial resistance (AMR). The homeopathic approach is not about killing micro-organisms, it seeks to promote patient resistance to infection, modulate innate immunity, and cultivate a healthy microbiome.'
Dr Peter Fisher, the Queen's homeopath, speaking at the Homeopathy Research Institute Conference in Malta, June 2017.