My Services

I have been in practice as a herbalist, naturopath and homoeopath for over 25 years. I offer a wholistic range of services aimed to enhance your well-being.

The consultations will involve taking a thorough case history from you, reviewing your blood test results, your medications, your current diet and lifestyle. By the end of the consultation we will come up with an individualised treatment plan specifically tailored for you.

I have experience and clinical expertise in a wide range of conditions including hepatitis C, HIV, cancer, skin problems, weight management, digestive disorders, stress, anxiety, depression, heart disease, diabetes, alcohol and drug addiction to name a few.

I am keen for you to take ownership over your health and wellbeing by taking up simple achievable strategies that can become part of your everyday self-care aimed at moving you towards the health and wellbeing you would like to achieve

Herbal Medicine Consultations

Herbal medicine is the oldest and still the most widely used system of medicine in the world today and is a system of medicine made exclusively from plants. the parts of the plant used include roots, seeds, leaves, flowers, stems and indeed the whle plant depending on the herb.

Herbal medicine aims to support your vital energy (vitality), treat you as a whole person not just and organ that is behaving badly, focus on the causes of the problem rather thatn just the symptoms and indivdualise the treatments so that a herbal prescription is tailored to meet your needs.

Naturopathy Consultations

Naturopathy is a system of medicine that is based on six priciples: the healing power of nature, identify and treat the cause of disease, threat the whole person, first do no harm, health education and disease prevention. Naturopathy includes herbal medicine, diet, nutritional supplements and vitamins.


The art and science of analysing the structure and colour of the iris to determine tissue integrity throughout the body

Homoeopathy Constultations

Homoeopathy was developed by Samuel Hahnemann in the late 18th centrury. It is based on the principle of “like cures like” … a medicine producing certain effects in a health human being is thought to be capable of triggering the health response towards and illeness that displays similar effects.

Nutrition Assessments

We are finely tuned biochemical and biological beings and what we put into our mouths impacts our bodies and biochemistry on many levels, such as moods, immune health and energy. So I will take a profile of what you eat and make practical suggestions of foods that could enhance your health and well-being as food is our medicine too.

Individualised Treatments Plans

In a consultation, I listen for what you are currently struggling with and discuss your short, medium and long term goals around health and well-being and tailor a treatment plan to match your conditions, preferences and current circumstances. This means you walk away with a clear set of guidelines to support and achieve your health and wellbeing goals. It is a collaborative health prevention and education process.

Dietary and lifestyle Recommendations

Nourishing ourselves with good food is a great start on the road to well-being. A lifestyle check-up can help you go the distance. How is your work/life balance, sleep quality, exercises, relationships, friendships and sense of community? Are you passionate about what you do? Are you happy with how you are spending your time? If not, are there things you can do to improve or support your situation?

Stress reduction strategies: including emotional freedom technique.

 Some signs of stress – How do I know I am stressed?


Stress depletes the nervous system and may manifest in the following self- observable signs:

general irritability, hyperexcitation or depression

pounding of the heart, an indicator of high blood pressure

dryness of the throat and mouth

overpowering urge to cry or run and hide.

inability to concentrate.

feelings of unreality, weakness or dizziness

tendency to become fatigued.

free-floating (non-specific) anxiety (afraid although you do not know exactly what you are afraid of)

emotional tension and alertness (feeling of being ‘keyed up’)

accident proneness

trembling, nervous ticks

grinding of the teeth

insomnia, sleep disturbances and nightmares


frequent need to urinate.

diarrhoea, indigestion, queasiness in the stomach and sometimes even vomiting.

migraine headaches

loss of or excessive appetite

increased use of prescribed, over the counter or other drugs including alcohol and cigarettes

Seyle H. (1978). The Stress of Life (Revised edition) USA-McGraw-Hill Book Co

When stress becomes prolonged or habitual, the effects of the ongoing response can be a real threat to the body’s proper functioning.

Stress reduction involves exercise, regular sleep, relaxation techniques such as meditation and self-hypnosis, listening to music, talking to friends, hot baths, massages, yoga and if you need to, talk to a professional. Qi Gong, Tai Chi, breathing classes, meditation and yoga can all assist the parasympathetic nervous system, the part of the nervous system which helps you to relax and unwind.

Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an emotional healing technique. It is also known as Be set free fast (BSFF) and involves a sequence of tapping points on the body to help release sadness, resentment, fear, anger, emotional trauma and self-blame.

Don’t wait to make the shift to a more holistic approach

My Practice


Newtown Business Centre
1 Erskineville Road,
Newtown NSW 2042

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Phone 0414 453 243 or click on the button below.

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