About Jude

Welcome to my website. I first became interested in homeopathy whilst recovering from chemotherapy treatment many years ago.  To me the mental outlook and attitude towards health became really important and I wanted to find a health modality that fitted this philosophy. After some research I discovered that the College of Natural Health and Homeopathy in Auckland offered a four year Diploma course in Homeopathy, and I decided to sign up.  I have now completed this qualification (Dip Hom) which is NZQA-recognised and consists of 432 credits up to level 7.  I am currently studying for a post-grad year (BSc. Hons) in homeopathy through the University of Middlesex in London. I am also a Registered Practitioner with the New Zealand Council of Homeopaths (RCHom).

My background is a BSc. in microbiology, working experience in the pharmaceutical industry as National Sales Manager for Ciba-Geigy NZ Ltd, and then the CEO for the New Zealand Medical Association. 

I believe that homeopathy is complimentary to classical Western medicine, as the homeopathic remedies do not interfere with those given by a medical doctor.  There are many situations, however, where a person can benefit from the difference that homeopathy offers. If you would like to know whether homeopathy would suit you, either contact me on 021 730 344 or send an email HERE.

My clinic hours are Monday to Friday 9am -5pm, by appointment.  I tend to see clients at 1 Makaramu Cres, Te Paerahi, Porangahau on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and at my clinic at 13 Ruataniwha St, Waipukurau on Fridays. Exceptions can always be made, and Skype consultations are a possibility.

Since homeopathy has become my passion, I make a point of attending as many seminars and lectures as possible.  In New Zealand we are fortunate in having very highly-trained homeopaths who are willing to pass on their knowledge and experience to us.  We also have had several visiting overseas 'masters', including Jan Scholten, Alize Timmerman, Farokh Master and Rajan Sankaran. In October 2017, I was fortunate in being able to attend the Merging of Methods Conference in Bruges, Belgium.  30 countries were represented by 280 participants, and it would have to be the most stimulating meeting on homeopathy that I have ever attended. In August 2019 I helped organise the NZCH conference in Palmerston North. The Covid-19 lockdowns have been a blessing in disguise as there is now a plethora of homeopathic education on-line. However, nothing replaces the face-to-face learning experiences with colleagues and with this in mind I look forward to the next NZCH homeopathic conference to be held in Nelson in september 2021.