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About Paula Yates, Homeopath

I have been practicing homeopathy since 2001 and trained at The Centre for Homeopathic Education in Regents College London. I run a Clinic at home Monday to Thursday and one Saturday per month. I also run a Friday clinic at The Brentwood Clinic of Complementary Medicine where health practitioners have come together to offer a holistic approach to health.

Paula Yates Homeopath in Brentwood, Essex
I discovered homeopathy when I was suffering with my menstrual health. I didn’t feel right about using artificial hormones to correct the problem, and very quickly realised that little else would be on offer from the medical profession. It’s often artificial hormones or surgery and neither sat right with me. I didn’t have any experience of visiting a homeopath and went along with some scepticism, but as you can guess this is all a thing of the past and my experience led me onto a boundless interest into homeopathy and then to study for four years and qualify as a Homeopath.

Homeopathy supports mother nature in her work allowing the body to repair as it knows best, which makes perfect sense to me. I have raised my two children, who are in their teens, on Homeopathy and I am proud to say that they have never had to take any drugs to support their health.

I am increasingly concerned about the level of health of children and adults alike, so I think it is high time to take a good look at how we approach our health for the future and not to focus on trying to eradicate the disease, it is more beneficial to heal the person and the disease will take care of itself!