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Homeopathy Clinic

A complementary healthcare clinic that aims to support your physical and emotional health.

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When I first visited, I was in a deep state of shock, trauma and fear. I'm so grateful for the treatment, it is helping me to change my life in so many ways

Homeopathy Clinic Service User

What is our Homeopathy Clinic?

Homeopathy is a complementary healthcare system that aims to support your physical and emotional health.

Our Homeopathy Clinic started in 2018 and is run by HISC (Homeopathy In The Sussex Community). Their projects enable vulnerable and marginalised members of the Sussex community to access low cost treatment with highly experienced homeopaths.

Who is it for?

The clinic is open to people of any gender aged 18+ years who have experienced sexual violence, abuse and/or harassment, no matter when or how it happened.

When does it run?

​The clinic runs four times per month- three Tuesday mornings and one Thursday afternoon each month. Each session is up to 50 minutes long.

​​Where is the clinic?

The clinic is delivered in-person from our central Brighton Office.

Do I have to pay for this service?

Our Homeopathy Clinic is donation-based. This means you will only contribute if you can and you will be the person making a decision about this.

There’s no pressure to give any money, but if you want to, we welcome donations of any size!​

How do I access this service?

To book a session at the clinic, please contact The Welcome Team by filling out a referral form (here) or find out more here.

Tara has a wonderful, caring approach, listens carefully to apply a considered, holistic approach.

Homeopathy Clinic Service User

Meet Tara, our Project Homeopath!

Tara is an experienced practitioner who has worked as a homeopath in private practice for a number of years.

She has experience of working as a homeopath at Brighton Women’s Centre and has also worked in communications and management support for Survivors’ Network.

Tara comes with knowledge and experience of the women’s sector as well as a history of working with survivors of sexual violence and abuse.