Suzy Roston

London, N16
0207 254 0456 0207 254 0456

About me

Homeopathy treats the whole person as individual and unique. In this context the aggravating symptoms the person is experiencing can disappear when homeopathic remedies effectively rebalance the person, their vitality and immune system, healing them to a healthier and happier self-experience.

I first became interested in Homeopathy in 1978 and studied it with a number of homeopaths, well known today for setting up some of the first Homeopathic Colleges in the UK and the Society of Homeopaths.

I then worked for Time Out on an Alternative Health Guide and went on to become a Primary School Teacher, although always practising, studying and treating those in my life with Homeopathy.

I have greatly benefited from using Homeopathy as my primary form of medicine for the last 40yrs.

I have now been registered as a professional Homeopath with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths since 2012.

I am very approachable and easy to talk to, as well as being easily contactable in between appointments and in emergencies. I'm happy to talk to you about Homeopathy prior to making an appointment.

I have a wealth of experience in a wide range of fields: mental health and wellbeing, addictions.  I have a particular interest in issues that affect children, how they learn best  and issues that affect them such as bullying.

I'm experienced in both Acute and Constitutional prescribing, and have good observational skills and intuition.

I am keen to encourage my clients to learn about Self Help remedies for acute situations and run classes in Self Help Homeopathy to enable people to treat themselves and their families in acute situations.

Training, qualifications & experience

I first studied Homeopathy in 1978 with well known Homeopaths such as Martin Miles, Robert Davidson, Peter Chappel, Karen Whitney and Micha Norland,

I then continued my studies at The College of Homeopathy and Practical College of Homeopathy.

I have been a professional registered Homeopath with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) since 2012

Since then I worked at Mind in Islington and set up an acute Homeopathic service at the City Farm in Hackney, whilst also building up my home practice.

I currently work as a Homeopath and see clients at my home in Stoke Newington.

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

Fees

HOME CLINIC

Prices include most remedies.

1st appt: Up to 2 hrs £75

Follow up appt: Up to 1 hour £55

Children:

1st appt: 1 hour £65

Follow up appointments: Up to 1 hr £50

Low Cost Clinic for people on a low income:

1st appt: Up to 2 hrs £55

Follow up appt: Up to 1 hour £45

Prices include most remedies and acute prescribing between appointments.

Phone and Zoom/Skype Consultations available on request.

I am happy for clients to ring me inbetween visits and will prescribe over the phone where necessary.  This is free if it relates to your ongoing treatment but charged at the rate you pay an hour if it is an Acute or is very time consuming.  This could comprise 5 separate phone calls which add up to an hour of time. 


£7 - £10 charge to send remedies to your home. (depeding on no of remedies)

Acute Service

I offer a phone service for anyone who needs emergency help with symptoms.  You do not need to have seen me as a patient.

This is charged at £60 an hour of £1 a minute. I offer continuing support till your acute symptoms are resolved. I keep a tally of the length of each call.  eg 5 calls at 10 mins each would cost £50.

Further information

TESTIMONIALS

Suzy is a caring, compassionate and knowledgeable practitioner, who always go that extra mile to make sure she prescribes the right remedy for you. Over the past 6 months I have found her to be an invaluable support to me during the postnatal period and with my baby.
I would highly recommend her, she is a thoughtful, caring and patient homeopath. I am very grateful for all my treatments from her this far and have seen many improvements in myself and my baby.

Emma Rawles, August 2019

I am very grateful for the homeopathy Suzy has treated me with.
My symptoms have disappeared ever since and my health has gotten so much better.
It was an incredible experience to receive such a detailed treatment and I felt really safe and trusted in our session.

Thank you SO much Suzy, your homeopathy has changed my every day.

Saliha 33yrs, Breathing teacher  June 2019

I am currently being treated by Suzy Roston for a chronic digestive problem.

I have found Suzy to be attentive, thoughtful, compassionate and resourceful.

My health has steadily improved and the treatment offered continues to be responsive and accurate in adjusting to changes.

Homeopathy can seem opaque. Suzy has been good at explaining, reassuring and supporting me in following the course of treatment.

David Matthews  February 2019

I went to see Suzy because I was suffering from the consequences of coeliac disease which had not been diagnosed for many years. I was suffering from a lot of muscular pain as well as the exhaustion and gut problems that come with coeliac disease. I went to see Suzy over several months and found that over time the symptoms that I had been suffering from for years were disappearing and the general fog I had in my head was also lifting. I found Suzy to be very perceptive about symptoms and knowledgeable about a vast range of homeopathic and other alternative treatments.

I was impressed by Suzy’s commitment to holistic treatments and decided to join a short training course that Suzy offered, which empowered me to understand how Homeopathy works and to be able to offer some first aid treatment to my family.

I also recommended another family member to see Suzy to help with their IBS. I would certainly recommend Suzy as a Homeopath for both chronic and acute symptoms.

Ayesha Usmani  June 2018

I have seen Suzy to help me treat a range of problems, from recurring bladder infections to eczema, anxiety to IBS symptoms. She is very thorough in her analysis of my issues, taking the time to understand the full picture (always including mental, physical and emotional symptoms), which leads her to choosing my remedies very accurately. She also makes suggestions of actions I could take beyond Homeopathic remedies such as dietary changes.

I find it really useful that she provides me with the remedies needed and gives clear instructions as to when and how to take them. She is also very responsive when I phone her with any queries, taking the time to give me advice.

Safaa    September 2018

When I contacted Suzy Roston in 2011, my mother was well into Alzheimer’s [lasted 10 years] and was very unhappy and depressed and cried a lot.

She was also doubly incontinent,  (although we forgot to mention this to Suzy) slept badly and walked around a lot at night.

Suzy asked lots of questions and then prescribed. One tablet a day for three days. Mum didn’t notice/remember the pill at all - so not placebo effect then.

Mum cheered up – great! A success! But then the carers started noticing something and leaving notes about it. Mum was no longer incontinent at all and it stayed that way for at least a year. We didn’t ask Suzy for any more pills after that as mum stayed much happier until she died in 2014.

Corinna Hatton  July 2016

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.

Type of session

Home visits

Practical details

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Accessibility

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