My journey into the alternative health field started when my mother took me to the chiropractor, at the age of eight. My younger brother suffered from intellectual disability and I witnessed my mother take him to different therapists, experiment with new treatment methods in an effort to improve his condition. The message I received from my mother’s effort is that you don’t give up until you find what works for you. This experience also led me to a curiosity about all things health related, a constant yearning to learn more and a propensity to never give up, to keep searching for the answer and come up with a real solution.
Throughout my youth, classical music played a big role but dance was my real passion. When it became time to say goodbye to that career, I trained as a massage therapist. During my years of practice, I became increasingly more aware and interested in homeopathy and consulted a homeopath to treat my lifelong eczema and other ailments. Homeopathy became my new passion.
I raised my two children using homeopathy exclusively whenever they got sick with a cold or cough, an ear infection, a fall, emotionally difficult times, etc. and I am forever grateful to have had the benefits of such incredible medicine at my disposal.
I am a graduate of the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine’s 3-year diploma program and have attended several continuing education seminars with internationally renowned homeopaths over the last 14 years. I am a proud member of the recently created College of Homeopaths of Ontario which regulates all homeopaths in that province. I held the position of executive director for the Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy in 2014-15 and sat on the Board of Directors for several years. I am also very involved in my community and have served on the parent’s school council for 4 years at l’École Secondaire Catholique Renaissance.
I recently relocated to the Eastern Townships of Québec and am a member of the Syndicat Professionel des Homéopathes du Québec. (SPHQ)
I was raised in the Montreal area in a francophone family and can therefore conduct consultations in either English or French.