Find a homeopath
Thank you for using our practitioner search facility which has been specifically designed to help you find one of our professional homeopaths. You might want to speak to a number of homeopaths in your area before making an appointment, to find out their fees, availability and experience. Although some homeopaths have a particular area of interest, please be assured that any one of them should be able to help you, as they are all trained to the same high standards and work with patients in treating the whole person.
All registered homeopaths on this list:
- have satisfied The Society’s educational and professional requirements
- practise in accordance with Code of Ethics and Practice, Core-Criteria and National Occupational Standards for Homeopathy
- have full professional and indemnity insurance
- are responsible for continuing their personal and professional development
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Select a region from the drop down list in the ‘Select category’ field, or enter a name, location or postcode in the search box to find a homeopath.
Heather AbelRegistration No. 1418
Amna AbidRegistration No. 2011
Erika R. AbneyRegistration No. 1218
Gordon AdamRegistration No. 216
Gordon AdamRegistration No. 216
Carmen AdamouRegistration No. 2143
Peter AdamsRegistration No. 62
Some homeopaths may also offer other therapies which are considered to be of a higher risk than homeopathy and have membership of a relevant professional body for this. Our search facility provides links to these bodies, to assist you in making an informed decision and let you know how to raise concerns regarding the therapies practised, should the need arise.
Consent should be obtained for every aspect of treatment before commencement, and we would advise that you check practitioners have insurance cover for any additional therapies they practise.
Registered Members are issued with a certificate of registration and may use the initials RSHom denoting that they are ‘Registered with The Society of Homeopaths’.
The initials FSHom denote the award Fellowship of The Society of Homeopaths. This award is made only to existing Registered members of The Society of Homeopaths for their contribution to homeopathy or the work of The Society.
If you are dissatisfied or concerned about any aspect of the treatment you have received and you cannot or do not feel able to resolve this directly with the practitioner concerned, you may wish to telephone or write in confidence to The Society’s Professional Conduct Officer at the Northampton address. You can also download our Expressing Concerns leaflet here.
Please note that if you see the initials F, A, I, C, S or T after the surname of a practitioner this means that they have a formal first warning, an action plan, an interim suspension order, a conditions of practice order, a suspension order or a termination order made against them by the Adjudication Panel. You can find further details and what each order means in the Report of Adjudication Panel Findings. Members who have been suspended from the register or who have been terminated from the register will still appear in a practitioner search but will have the initials S or T after their surname.
Please note that not all Society of Homeopaths members are listed on our website, and in some instances their names appear without practice details. Please see our policy relating to Members’ names and practice details on the Register. A member falling into one of these categories will have an appropriate note displayed on their register entry.
Contact the office on 01604 817890 if you need to check if a homeopath is a member.
Inclusion in the Register of those working overseas means that the practitioner obtained registration with The Society before leaving the UK. Practitioners working outside the UK are responsible for attaining registration with the appropriate professional organisation in their own country (where one exists) and for arranging professional indemnity insurance. Whilst the practitioners listed in this section voluntarily agree to adhere to The Society’s Code of Ethics and Practice, the services of The Society’s Professional Conduct Department are not available to patients or practitioners outside the UK. Any problems encountered by patients in relation to these practitioners should be addressed with the practitioner concerned or with their professional body in the country in which they practise.
Homeopathy is a medical science and also a healing art. The Society of Homeopaths welcomes a broad spectrum of members who may adopt a variety of recognised approaches to prescribing. In the homeopathic approach to health and disease, each case is seen as unique and every prescription is individualised. The choice of prescribing method is always determined by the needs of the individual patient, as enshrined in the UK – agreed Complementary and Natural Healthcare National Occupational Standards for Homeopathy 2011.
To find out more about homeopathy: click here