Chloe Gross

London N20 & N8

About me

Homeopath and life coach with over 10 years experience in complementary healthcare. I work with a wide range of ailments, however, my specialist areas are digestive health, hormonal imbalance, women’s health and emotional difficulties.

I have been working in complementary healthcare for over 10 years and love what I do. I started my early career in Psychology and later embarked on my BSc Homeopathy training. I felt homeopathy combined my love of psychology with my passion for health. For me, becoming a homeopath tapped into the understanding of how the body and mind are connected and the importance of viewing an individual as a whole rather than only looking at a physical ailment or an emotional difficultly.

I don’t have a story to tell about how I found homeopathy as I was fortunate enough to have been brought up with it from the age of 10 years-old. Homeopathy has always been a way of life for me; anything that came my way – physical complaints, traumatic life events, emotional difficulties, homeopathy was my first point of call.

More recently, I have found homeopathy to be invaluable; using it throughout my pregnancy, birth of my daughter, all the baby stages of teething and fevers and now for coughs, colds and little falls that come with having an active toddler!

I feel incredibly lucky to use homeopathy with my family and even more so to be able to work with my clients.

I am a fully qualified and insured homeopath, life coach, wellness coach and NLP practitioner. I qualified from The Centre for Homeopathic Education, the largest homeopathy college in the UK with a first degree. I am registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths.

Appointments typically take place for an hour once a month with a review at the third appointment to ensure treatment is moving in the right direction with changes being seen.

I work from my home clinic in Whetstone, North London (5 minute walk from Totteridge & Whetstone tube station), Kentish Town (7 minute walk from Kentish Town station) and the Haelan Centre in Crouch End, North London.

If you are unsure whether I can help or just want to have a chat first to see how we could work together, please get in touch and we can arrange your free 30 minute consultation.

Daytime, evening and weekend (one Saturday morning a month) appointments are available.

For further information about me, please see my website www.chloegross.co.uk

Training, qualifications & experience

BSc (Hons) Homeopathy 1:1 from Centre for Homeopathic Education

Qualified Life Coach & NLP Practitioner from the NLP Coaching Company.

Member organisations

ARH

Alliance of Registered Homeopaths

The Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) is a UK professional association which aims to support and promote high standards and effective practice in the profession.

All members of the ARH must hold professional indemnity insurance and must agree to practice in accordance with the ARH Code of Ethics as well as agreeing to undertake regular Continued Professional Development in order to further develop their professional skills.

Therapies offered

Other available therapies

  • Life coach
  • Wellness coach
  • NLP

Fees

Adults

All appointments (1 hour) £75.00

Babies and children

Initial Consult (1 hour) £65.00

Follow ups (30 mins) £40.00

Prescriptions are included in the cost.

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

London
N20

The Haelan Centre
41 The Broadway
London
N8 8DT

Type of session

Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

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