Sue Leach, homeopath
I came to homeopathy 19 years ago when my daughter was nine months old. An NCT friend suggested homeopathic remedies and, well, I’ve never looked back. First I was intrigued but sceptical, then I began to experiment with day-to-day remedies, then after seeing a homeopath I was a convert.
Since then homeopathy has navigated me in sickness and in health, through some great life triumphs, plus divorce, a major career change and bringing up a child on my own for a while. I am proud to say that, at nearly 20, my daughter has never taken antibiotics.
I graduated as a homeopath in 2004 from the College of Practical Homeopathy (www.college-of-practical-homeopathy.com) in London. There I was trained not only in classical homeopathy but also in methodologies that enable me to take a flexible, realistic approach to the types of illnesses that we encounter today and the quality of life we expect. I can work with you even if you are taking conventional drugs, and may also use herbs and flower essences.
I am a member of the Society of Homeopaths (www.homeopathy-soh.org), the homeopathic regulatory organisation, which has a strict code of ethics and demands high standards of care and treatment. I also contribute to the work of the Guild, a pioneering group of homeopaths who are responsible for expanding our repertoire with new remedies specifically suited to the tough, complex demands of the 21st century.
Before training as a homeopath I was a freelance journalist and editor, specialising in women’s health and emotional issues. I continue to contribute articles to a number of publications and websites.
Talks & workshops
I hold regular talks at Boldre Homeopathic Practice teaching how to use homeopathy at home. Helping people learn more about homeopathy is a key part of my practice – a part I particularly enjoy. If you have a group of friends who might be interested, do give me a call.
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