I’ve always been interested in health and fitness…
…and when my children were young, I decided to turn my love of sport into a profession and became a personal trainer, helping individuals realise their exercise goals.
I soon realised that a person’s health is greatly affected by their underlying physical and emotional health and nutritional status. Without working with the person as a whole, it was often a struggle to gain the benefits that just exercising regularly should achieve.
A chance meeting with a homeopath, then encouraged me to study it myself, and those next four years of study were the turning point in health for both myself and my family.
When my children were younger they sometimes complained that they never had a day off sick from school!
...I did give in to the occasional duvet day though. But using homeopathy has given them a great start in life, and given me the return to health that a lot of us perhaps don't realise we have moved away from in our busy, modern lifestyles.
I’ve continued to add strings to my bow over the years...
I hold a wealth of experience in sports nutrition, which along side my nutritional qualifications, coaching qualifications, bioresonance diagnostics and homeobotanicals, brings excellent results, and better health for you.
In my 'spare time' I've also written a book 'Navigating the Menopause' which can be bought on this website or on Amazon.
Alongside practice, I was a tutor for The College of Practical Homeopathy for over 15 years, and still work as a clinical supervisor and coach for students and newly qualified homeopaths around the world.
I also regularly support a local domestic abuse charity (ESDAS in Redhill) delivering training and coaching to women who have found themselves in need of support and guidance. It is this work and my own experience of trauma, which has led me to develop Coaching with Sophie to help support women who have experienced trauma in their lives. This 1:1 work also benefits anyone who needs support in rebuilding self-esteem, confidence and navigating times of transition and change.
I am a member of The Complimentary Medical Association.
If you would like to have a chat about how I can help you, please get in touch here. I really look forward to working with you.
I see each and every person as an individual, so I always follow the symptoms and messages the body is giving.
Whether you are a student of Homeopathy, newly qualified or experienced, having the support of a registered homeopath is an essential element to your practice. I’ve been supervising and mentoring students and homeopaths, many of whom are from the The College of Practical Homeopathy where I teach, since 2007 and I really enjoy developing the skills and confidence of those that I work with. My supervision fees are £60 per hour and £35 for 30 mins. There is also a discounted block booking available for 3 hours supervision on my events page.
Teaching is an important part of my role as a homeopath, and I also run a series of webinars, allowing clients, students and qualified homeopaths to come together and learn new skills in a given area.
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I first visited Sophie when my son developed Molluscum Contagiosum. As a nurse, I was aware that traditional medicine could offer no treatment for this. My son was scratching all the spots all the time and I was worried about infection and scaring. Following a short course of Homeopathic treatment, the condition cleared within 6 - 8 weeks. I now recommend Sophie to all my friends and patients alike.
A.C, Hurst Green