Logo HomeopathyANNETTE GAMBLIN has been in practice since 1991.
She is a classically trained homoeopath with an open mind towards new developments and a commitment to continued professional development.

Her experience is made up of a range of professional activities, working within the NHS as well as in private practice. She has given presentations at conferences and has written for national and international journals.

For many years Annette has lectured to various groups of professional homeopaths as well as doctors on courses and colleges in the UK and abroad. Her specialist subjects are homeopathic philosophy, clinical practice and supervision. She spent ten years as senior lecturer at the School of Integrated Health at Westminster University in London.

Annette believes that just as there is a deep spiritual faculty in every human being, there is also a profound healing capacity in the body’s vital systems.

Annette’s approach to practice emphasises working together with you. Her background as an Interfaith Minister and her understanding of psychology help to provide a space in which you can freely express your troubles and what ails you, knowing that you are listened to compassionately and without judgment.



Was established as a system of medicine in Western Europe by Samuel Hahnemann over 200 years ago. It is based on the use of highly diluted (potentised) substances and the understanding that ‘like cures like’, which means that there is a direct relationship between you, your symptoms and the medicine (remedy) prescribed.

What happens

Your first consultation lasts from 90 to 120 minutes. Even though you may be seeking help for a specific issue, homeopathic remedies are not aimed at specific conditions; they are prescribed for you, the individual who is experiencing a disruption in well-being through either emotional or physical difficulties.



Homoeopathic Medicines

Are sourced from the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms and are prepared by a specialist homoeopathic pharmacy.




As part of my spiritual practice I engage in a personal form of tithing and ayni, (sacred reciprocity), by giving some of my time, skills and money in the spirit of gratitude.

 “It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself”.  Ralph Waldo Emerson





Now cure relates to the case as a whole, not merely to a part or an organ. A human being is something more than a miscellaneous assortment of eyes, ears, nose, throat and lungs.