Angie was born in Austria and came to the UK in 1984 to work with an international trading company. Personal experience with Homeopathy and the successful homeopathic treatment of various illnesses in her family brought forth her vocation to study homeopathy after a career in business finance.
Angie qualified from the London College of Classical Homeopathy in 1999 after four years’ training, having passed stringent clinical and academic assessments.
She has since trained further as a clinical supervisor and was awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Further Education Teaching (PGCE) in 2006. She runs busy practices from her London clinics.
Angie is a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths (RSHom) and adheres fully to their Code of Ethics.
After having been to Ghana as a volunteer practitioner in 2007, Angie joined the core team of the ‘Ghana Homeopathy Project’ and dedicates some of her time to work in various roles.
“I became a volunteer with the Ghana Homeopathy Project a few years ago and was so inspired by my experience in Ghana that I was delighted to accept an invitation to become a member of the core team. It has been a fantastic project to work with, to see it grow and to be involved in an area of homeopathy where there is a real need. I find the teaching aspect of our work very appealing, because it is a movement towards self sufficiency. I am particularly committed to teaching through practical training in the clinics.
I found working in the village clinics a humbling experience. News of our work had spread by word of mouth. We were invited to new villages and received with open arms to introduce homeopathy as a new health care system. It was inspiring to see how well people responded to treatment. People were walking all night to come to the clinics. Sometimes we started at 5am! This really moved me.
I feel very at home in West Africa because my husband originates from Sierra Leone, where I have family and visited many times. I feel very in tune with the people and was therefore able to build a good rapport with them – a heart felt connection. I find the traditions, local customs and spirituality stimulating as well as the feeling that I can make a positive impact there.
I’m very interested in treating pathological conditions with homeopathy and developing homeopathy at the primary health care level. I hope to be involved in research in these areas in the future”