Ellen Kramer LCPH, MARH is the Principal and Course Manager for The College of Practical Homeopathy (UK) Ltd. She also runs her own private practice, in Islington.
Ellen graduated from the ‘London College of Practical Homeopathy’ (1995) and went on to run the Islington Green Complementary Centre (part of a GP Fund holding practice) from 1995 -1998. In 1998, she co-founded ‘The Centre for Homeopathic Education’, (1998) and set up ‘The Healthy Living Centre’ in Islington. Ellen was the Director of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) from 2001 – 2007 and represented them on the Council of Organisations registering Homeopaths (CORH) Accreditation Working Group and the Educational Working Group, working closely with colleges to develop good practice guidelines for the course providers.
2003 – ‘What is practical homeopathy’? (‘Homeopathy in Practice’)
2005 – ‘The roles of supervision and mentoring in professional development of practising homeopaths’ (‘Homeopathy in Practice’)
2006 – An E booklet called ‘A homeopathic perspective on the endocrine System’ (available from the Cph Website)
2007 – Published ‘A practical guide to methods of homeopathic prescribing’ (ISBN 9 780955555206) & available at Amazon.
Ellen is also featured in ‘Looking back Moving forward’ a book about great teachers and practitioners in the UK by Rowena Ronson (2007).
2009 – 2013 Series of articles in ‘Todays Therapist’ & ‘Choice’ magazines.
Messages from Ellen Kramer:
Freedom of Choice in health treatment is crucial and homeopathy, based on the Principles of Healing, offers a strong and credible approach to dealing with sickness and disease. I use homeopathy integrated with herbs and nutrition to support patients through their healing process. I think it is advisable to come for one session before deciding if I will be helpful to you, and that we will work well together. I am here to support patients with their own healing and I expect them to be committed to that process.
Further info/contact/website etc:
You can book an appointment with me:
on The Healthy Living Centre phone line 020 7704 6900,
or 020 8445 6123/020 8533 3823 between 10.30am and 5.30pm Mon-Fri,
or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 020 7704 6900