Angela's aim is to provide a caring and supportive enviroment where the patient feels happy to talk and share their story.


This approach provides time for reflection and can bring a deep sense of understanding and transformation within all age groups.


In 1992 Angela qualified as a Homœopath after working for many years within the health service where she provided assistance for people with learning difficulties and challenging behavior.    


Angela's belief is that every child and adult has the right to achieve optimum health without the use of drugs when ever possible.


Since training in Homœopathy Angela has studied with the Edward Bach Foundation and is a registered Bach flower Practitioner.


Angela also has distinguished qualification as a ProFemme practitioner thus enabling a deep understanding and knowledge of women's health issues.


In 2011 Angela received diploma in Biochemic medicine and so is able to address any residing mineral deficiency, thus aproaching health without the crude introduction offered by many 'over the counter' preparations .


Angela later gained a diploma in ear candling and lymphatic face massage.

This therapy combined with homœopathy has been instrumental in reversing many cases of 'glue ear' in children and the resulting hearing loss.


Angela is a Registered Member of the Association of Natural Medicine and of the Edward Bach foundation.


All clinics are held at Angela's home in Marnhull. North Dorset.


Enquiries for telephone consultations and information regarding home visits are welcome. 


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Angela is a native of North Dorset and finds it an extreme honour to carry out the work she so dearly loves in this beautiful County.


Angela takes great pleasure in spending time with her family and enjoys watching each new little person grow into their 'own'.


Angela lives along side her two sons Paul and Sam, her three Maine coon cats and her little dog Bertrum (and Bertrums little friend Peggy).