Chantal Enders


Hello! I am very excited to be joining the Neal's Yard Remedies Therapies Team, providing a low cost option for anyone considering using our fantastic range of complementary therapies. I have had the privilege of growing up with homeopathy, so it has always been a big part of my life. I studied first languages and then Psychology at Durham University, but it wasn't until I had my children and the remedies were in constant use for snotty noses and high temperatures that I decided that part-time study may be something I could fit into my busy day-to-day life. Thanks to a friend, I stumbled across the brilliant ‘Contemporary College of Homeopathy', run by Mike Bridger, and soon signed up for a four year part-time course. Clinic hours were a big part of our training. Being a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths also means that I am committed to Continued Professional Development and am under Supervision. What I may lack in experience, I hope I can make up for in passion. I have some regular patients, treating a wide range of ailments, both chronic and acute. I have a particular interest in remedies that can support women during pregnancy, labour, menses, menopause, etc. and am currently training to become Natural Family Planning Teacher, thereby allowing me to gain a greater understanding of the menstrual cycle, and hopefully being able to support women who may be having issues with conception. 

Please come and find me at the therapy rooms for an informal chat, to see whether homeopathy is the right therapy for you. Should you book an appointment, our initial consultation takes a full hour, as a detailed case history will be taken - when seeing children, this includes a detailed account of the mother's experience of pregnancy, labour and the post-partum period. Follow-up treatments are usually every four weeks and take half an hour.  I look forward to meeting you soon.




BSc(Hons) LCCH RSHom

1999 - BSc(Hons) Degree in Psychology from Durham University 

2012 - Licenced Diploma in Homeopathy, The Contemporary College of Homeopathy