About Me

Kerry Browm

My first introduction to homeopathy came about many years ago when my dog Holly was successfully treated for arthritis by a homeopathic vet after conventional medicine was unable to help her.

Delighted with the results I found that I was turning increasingly to homeopathic and natural alternatives from my home medicine cabinet for a range of ailments. Eventually it felt like the natural step to start training to become a homeopath. After four years of study and clinical training I graduated with a degree in homeopathy from the Centre for Homeopathic Education, London.

In 2010 I was birth partner for a friend during her natural home birth. It was an extraordinary experience and to be present was incredibly rewarding, both as a friend and as a homeopath.

In September 2012 I was asked to be a guest speaker at Oaklands College. The students on the Health and Social Care course were studying Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. I talked to the students about Homeopathy, Bach Flower Remedies and Biochemic Tissue Salts; focussing on their benefits and how they can be used today, particularly when used alongside conventional medicine. It was an enjoyable experience and I was made to feel very welcome by the students and their course leader Simon Cleary.

Kerry Brown, BA(Hons), BSc(Hons), LCHE