Hilary qualified as a homeopath in 1995 and has since run a thriving homeopathic practice in London, Cornwall and Brighton. Hilary gained a degree in Sociology from Sheffield University and was then a nurse for 10 years before training to be a homeopath. She worked as a District Nurse, a Palliative Care Specialist and as a Lecturer in Community Nursing.
In 2002 she co-founded and then became Director of the Maun Homeopathy Project, a charity providing free homeopathy clinics for people living with HIV and AIDS and/or traumatised by rape in Maun, Botswana. In 2010 she received the Society of Homeopaths Outstanding Achievement Award for this work. In 2015 she had her first book, “The Triad Method: treating complex cases from grassroots to clinic”, published and now regularly lectures on the Triad Method to qualified and student homeopaths.
As Director of the Board, Hilary is keen to add her skills in building partnerships with allied professions in the UK, and promote homeopathy as a confident profession making a positive difference to peoples’ health. She wants to foster communication across the homeopathic community and make homeopathy accessible to as many people as possible from different backgrounds.