Sue registered with the Society of Homeopaths after qualifying from the College of Homeopathy in 1986. She has been in practice in West Norfolk ever since, seeing people of all ages and with a wide range of conditions.
To complement her homeopathy practice, Sue built on her previous experience and postgraduate qualifications in the education sector, teaching at several colleges, including the Homeopathic College of East Anglia, and developing policies and resources for homeopaths’ continuing professional development.
During this time, she has also been involved with the Society in various roles, including serving as a Director from 1998 to 2004. In her most recent post as Registrar she was a member of the Society’s Professional Standards Committee and represented the organisation at Professional Standards Authority meetings. In these different roles, she has worked to develop and maintain the highest standards in education and in homeopathic practice. Sue is also Chair of the Public Affairs Committee.
Sue is an active member of the local community, where she chairs the Parish Council and supports organic gardening in village schools.