George Garlick RSHom
“I get excited by homoeopathic philosophy, the study of our fundamental principles and the understanding which underpins everything we do in the clinic. My particular expertise is in the teachings of Samuel Hahnemann, homoeopathy’s founder, and insights into case analysis.
I want to communicate confidence in our principles and process, and encourage critical enquiry into everything else!”
Publications include articles in the Homeopath and the ezine Homeopathy 4 Everyone.
Background: George trained as a homoeopath after a career in Community Action.
Renata Wilde RSHom
I have been Chair of the College for 3 years and my role includes working with the Principal and other Board Members overseeing all aspects of the College.
I am a Solicitor which has proved useful in legal matters and helping to structure the College.
I became interested in homeopathy 15 years ago following a serious illness and since then homeopathy has captivated my interest and desire to learn more.
I run a homeopathic practice and also a drop in clinic in Altrincham. I also work part time as a Solicitor.
I am married with 4 grown up children and 4 grand children.
Ranjana Devi Maisuria
Each year I join a team of volunteers to organise Health Awareness Day in Oldham. This event is supported by NHS and Oldham Council, where medical professionals and complementary practitioners provide free health checks and advice on health matters to the general public.”
Ranjana trained as a homoeopath after a long career in Financial Management with University of London. Ranjana ran her own health food and vitamins store with complementary practitioners until 2008.
Angela Needham BD BA MCH RSHom RMDY
7 years with the College; Academic Director until 2014.
“I want to share a really good knowledge of materia medica and the tools to build on that: the skills of critical evaluation; the ability to ‘think outside the box’ and embrace a new paradigm, a greater sense of what life is – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
My skills are lateral thinking and busking, making links from material medica to philosophy to wherever it takes us and the patient, which I hope includes a good death.”
Articles in the Homeopath and the ezine Homeopathy 4 Everyone.
Background: Angela trained as a homoeopath after a “very varied previous career”.
Ffranses Wharton (RSHom) BA(hons) PGCWS PTLLS CTLLS
I try to bring a wider perspective: my British Sign Language work, teaching of yoga; working as a homoeopathy at festivals with the Travelling Homeopaths Collective; and clinic in Rhyl.”
Ffranses trained as a homoeopath and practices alongside her career in BSL Interpreting.
Emma Cox RSHom
Em Colley RSHom
I am passionate about sharing the potential of homeopathy and in particular doing this in a simple way which is accessible to everyone. Social media gives us an easy way to reach out to many individuals and show the abilities of homeopathy to the world.’
Em is a Trustee of Homeopathy Action Trust and also works with 4Homeopathy to positively promote homeopathy within the UK and globally through their social media channels.
Susan O’Shea RSHom
At Board meetings, I aim to contribute my experience from the voluntary sector, social enterprise and project work.
Previously, I was a Trustee of the National Disability Charity and have volunteer experience with an Integrated Health Project at a charity in Birmingham, where I provided homeopathy support to clients with life limiting illnesses.
I also have an interest in the homeopathy research agenda, I won a bursary to attend the HRI 2nd International Research Conference held in Rome- June 2015. I’m using this experience to support a pilot project in the student clinics to introduce the MYMOP patient feedback questionnaire and gather data on patient experiences.
I like to attend the College CPD days an excellent opportunity to network with students and other practitioners.
I hope to contribute my skills to future projects at the College.”