I’m not seeing anyone in person at the moment, but I am available on Skype, email and phone.
Annie initially qualified with a psychology degree before training at the London College of Homeopathy for 4 years and then with the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy. She is registered with The Society of Homeopaths and abides by their code of professional conduct including undertaking regular professional development activities. The designation RSHom is widely recognised as being associated with the highest academic standards in homeopathy and is issued by the Society of Homeopaths. It is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority and is accepted by the HSA and many other medical insurance schemes.
Practitioner of Homeopathy for over 25 years
Annie has been a practitioner of Homeopathy, in Norfolk, for over 25 years and also teaches at the Homeopathy College of East Anglia in Norwich. Annie’s practice is greatly influenced by George Vithoulkas (founder of the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy) whose work has had a huge impact on modern homeopathy worldwide (see www.vithoulkas.com). She continues to attend international seminars led by George Vithoulkas at the Academy and those organised by the Society of Homeopaths. Annie has more recently assisted Erik van Woensel in editing his latest book Case Analysis in Homeopathy, due to be published this year.
Annie approaches each client as an individual
Annie approaches each client as an individual and will explore and discuss the particular health and life difficulties experienced. She will facilitate discussions around lifestyle and medical history in order to understand all the factors which may be contributing to current symptoms in order to find the appropriate remedy. Her initial consultations last 60-75 minutes with follow up appointments lasting 45 minutes.