Homeopathy can be considered to be a form of energy medicine which works with the body to support it and help it come into balance, so alleviating symptoms and improving general health.
As every person’s different, homeopathy’s tailored to each individual’s needs, be they mental, emotional or physical.
It can be used by anyone at any time of life, including around conception, pregnancy and childbirth.
It can be used safely alongside prescription medication and can support the body during conventional medical treatment – including chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
If you’ve any health issues which came on after a particular event or trauma, then homeopathy may be able to help.
eg: “I haven’t felt right since….
Find answers to many questions about homeopathy here.
Many homeopaths use the consultation not only to discuss and evaluate progress but to decide on the next remedies so you have an hour’s face-to-face consultation at the end of which you leave knowing what your next remedies are. I work very differently from this.
When you see me you’ll pay for an hour’s consultation but only some of that time (typically 30-40 minutes) will be face-to-face; the other 20-30 minutes is time I spend preparing for your consultation and doing follow-up work afterwards.
I like to have time to analyse, reflect and research before deciding on the remedies to prescribe, and my clients like the feeling that I’ve taken time considering them and their issues. So, when the remedies are ready, I either post these or you can collect them, whichever suits you better.
My name is Dorothy Watt
LCPH MARH PhD PGCE RHom.
I was introduced to homeopathy over 20 years ago by my GP and it’s been my first choice for health care ever since.
I trained as a homeopath at the College of Practical Homeopathy (CPH) in London and am a member of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) and on the Register of Homeopaths (RHom).
Homeopathy’s my second career. Previously I was a teacher and lecturer, and I consider the skills I developed in explaining things and supporting individuals to be a crucial part of my work now.
I have a logical, problem-solving mind and I enjoy the challenge of piecing together the jigsaw puzzle of a lifetime of health issues.