Alison Endenburg
BA Ed, BSc (Hons) RSHom

First a teacher…

I graduated in 1990, with a Bachelor of Primary Education from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. I worked as a teacher and later as a copywriter in advertising before moving to the United Kingdom in 1997, where I continued working in London as a copywriter until the birth of our first child.

Then a mother…

When I had my children, I wanted a safe and gentle system of medicine for them. I was looking for ways to support their immunity and I wanted to avoid medicines that could upset the delicate chemical balance in their bodies.

I had first experienced homeopathy as an 8 year old. Before then, I was sick every winter, going from one illness to the next, living on anti-biotics, never quite recovering fully. Then I was taken to see a homeopath and my health improved dramatically. As my immune system became stronger with further treatment, I got fewer illnesses and recovered more quickly each time, until my tendency towards chest infections was removed entirely. Members of my family visited our homeopath for other ailments including hepatitis, dysmenorrhoea, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and IBS, and the improvements were remarkable.

When I became a mother I found a wonderful local homeopath who treated my kids for everything from nappy rashes and colic, to ear infections, temper tantrums, and warts. I was so impressed by the way it strengthened their immunity that I decided to become a homeopath myself.

Then a homeopath …

I studied for 4 years at the Centre for Homeopathic Education in London, qualifying with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree validated by the University of Middlesex.
I am a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths, one of the main registering bodies in the UK. I am bound by their code of ethics, and I am insured to practice as a homeopath.

Special areas of interest

As a mother and teacher, my special areas of interest as a practitioner are fertility, pregnancy, babies and toddlers, childrens’ behaviour, learning difficulties, ADHD and ADD.