Elaine Watson


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Choosing a Homeopath

This is very important and I advise that you contact the practitioner for a chat before booking an appointment. The first consultation, which can last up to one and a half hours, is when the practitioner is looking for all the 'jig saw pieces' so it is an in-depth conversation and therefore it’s very important that you are comfortable with the person you choose. You may want to find out where they trained and how much experience they have. In general, homeopaths rely on word of mouth recommendations rather than hard advertising. This works very well and means that the fact that the ASA also doesn’t allow us to publish testimonials claiming successful treatment is irrelevant.

My Training

I was trained at the British School of Homeopathy for 4 years and have been in practise since 1994.

I have been registered with the the Society of Homeopaths, the largest registering body for homeopaths, and I am fully insured and abide by a strict code of ethics. I regularly attend Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events both for homeopaths and also nutrition therapists.

Elaine Watson Homeopathy

Contact me

Green Hill
10, Deane Close
Stogumber, TA4 3TE

01984 656960