About Emma


I have used homeopathy successfully all my life for a variety of different complaints.  I decided to train to become a Homeopath after a life changing experience following a bowel prolapse when I was just 18.  The conventional route meant the treatment was an incredibly invasive surgical procedure with some truly horrific and potentially life-long side effects so I decided to try an alternative before agreeing to go ahead.  It was natural to turn to Homeopathy as it had been so successful in the past so I booked an appointment with a local Homeopath.  I was prescribed a remedy to take over the month before the next appointment, and I must admit that I was a little skeptical but thought if it had cured my asthma years before, it must be worth giving it a go.  I was amazed!  After just one prescription my symptoms reduced by 75%, I had more energy and generally felt so much better, within 6 months I had no symptoms left at all - Homeopathy completely changed my life so shortly afterwards I decided to train and become a Homeopath - enabling me to share this wonderful treatment with others.


After four years I successfully completed my training at The Centre for Homeopathic Education, Regents Park College, London and graduated with a BSc (Hons) and LCHE (Licentiate) in 2012.


Supporting female health is a big passion of mine, so many women suffer in silence and experience issues not only with their menstrual cycle but also with fertility.  Alongside Homeopathy, some of my other passions in life are diet, nutrition and running - I've found a healthy diet coupled with Homeopathy has been brilliant for dealing with any injuries and for better performance.