Our Members

Each of the 1200 registered members of the Society of Homeopaths has an individual story to tell, a story about illness, and a journey to health – a life-changing inspiration that led them to train as homeopathic practitioners.

For most, it was either their own ill health or that of someone close that led them to try homeopathy, which led to a growing interest and eventually a desire to train as a homeopath, often giving up other careers to do so.

Although our members come from all walks of life, with a wide variety of professional backgrounds and experience, what they share is a passion for homeopathy and a commitment to their patients that they will do their very best to help them regain good health.

What follows is a glimpse of some of our members so that you might gain a little understanding of who we are and where we have come from.

Previous careers of our members featured here are : nurse, solicitor and journalist.

Our Members

Penny Edwardsweb

Penny Edwards RSHom

Former teacher and headhunter

Homeopathy came along for me, following careers in teaching and headhunting. Having been extremely sceptical about those little white pills, I have now come to appreciate the true potency and power of homeopathy, and its ability to change lives. I have continued to use teaching skills to share what I have learned at homeopathic seminars…

Click here for full profile


Sarah Whittaker RSHom

Former Solicitor

Completed her training at the London College of Classical Homeopathy and the South East College of Homeopathy in 2003. Background: Degree in English from the University of Sussex. Gained a graduate diploma from the College of Law. Completed legal training at London law firm Mishcon de Reya. Worked at Mishcon de Reya as an assistant…

Click here for full profile


Tina Burchill RSHom

Former journalist

Completed her studies at the School of Homeopathy, Devon in 2005. Media consultant and Newsletter editor for the Society of Homeopaths.

Click here for full profile