I did my medical training in South Africa, and came to the UK in 1986 to do my GP training. I discovered homoeopathy during my GP registrar year, and have never looked back! As homeopathy fascinated me so much, I decided to pursue homoeopathy full-time, initially as a Senior House Officer at the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital where I gained my MFHom. I set up private homeopathic practice in Scotland before moving to Bristol in 2002. I work one day a week at Bristol Homeopathic Hospital and have a busy private practice in the city. I am very involved in teaching homoeopathy to healthcare professionals in the UK and abroad, as well as supervising colleagues. I continue to pursue my own learning of homoeopathy, which is a never ending process. My main teachers are Rajan Sankaran in Mumbai and Dr Jan Scholten in Holland, and of course I attend and teach on the Bristol Homeopathic Hospital Academic Department’s programme of Continuing Professional Development Masterclasses and GEMS Sensation Seminars.