Homeopaths in Herefordshire

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4 results within 60 miles

Sam Scarffe

DSH. RSHom
Abergavenny, Sir Fynwy, NP7 9ST • Within 22 miles of Herefordshire
As a classical homeopath, I try to treat each person as an individual, and as a whole person. This involves taking into account their mental and emoti...
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As a classical homeopath, I try to treat each person as an individual, and as a whole person. This involves taking into account their mental and emoti...

Simon Andrews

Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4EX • Within 32 miles of Herefordshire
Homeopathy is a safe and effective system of medicine that works by stimulating the bodies own healing process. Rather than treat each symptom in isol...
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Homeopathy is a safe and effective system of medicine that works by stimulating the bodies own healing process. Rather than treat each symptom in isol...

Susan Lacroix

MARH LBSH PhD
Box, Wiltshire, SN13 • Within 51 miles of Herefordshire
I am a qualified counsellor and work in an integrative way. This means that I use different theoretical and practical approaches to try to follow what...
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I am a qualified counsellor and work in an integrative way. This means that I use different theoretical and practical approaches to try to follow what...

Claire Snook

Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 • Within 54 miles of Herefordshire
Hello, I am a registered homoeopath offering weekly clinics in Swindon which is in easy reach of the surrounding Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Oxford...
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Hello, I am a registered homoeopath offering weekly clinics in Swindon which is in easy reach of the surrounding Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Oxford...

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