Chris qualified as a pharmacist in 1988 and started work as a hospital pharmacist in King’s Lynn. In 1998 he graduated as a Homeopath (LCPH) from the College of Practical Homeopathy in London and is registered with the Complementary Medical Association (MCMA).
With a background in pharmacy, Chris started homeopathy training with a fair amount of “healthy scepticism” but very quickly became convinced of the therapy’s effectiveness from his own experiences of taking remedies and using them to treat others.
In 2009, further to his own experience of receiving kinesiology treatment, Chris began Foundation Kinesiology Practitioner training, and started using these techniques alongside homeopathy to support and enhance the healing process. In 2010, Chris completed Diploma training in Systematic Kinesiology with the School of Advanced Kinesiology.
Chris has been a Diplomate member of the Kinesiology Association (note change of name from The Association of Systematic Kinesiology in August 2019) since January 2011 and was appointed a Trustee of the charity in June 2019.
Chris’s aims as a practitioner are to raise the awareness of complementary therapies, to encourage a more integrated and open-minded approach to healthcare and help people find harmony within themselves without fear of illness.
Talks & teaching
Chris is an experienced speaker, giving group talks and running basic homeopathy courses from time to time. He has also taught complementary medicine to first-year pharmacy students at the UEA School of Pharmacy every year from its inception in 2003 to 2017, as well as sessions for post-graduate groups of various complementary therapy disciplines.
Interests include field archery, film, music and technology.