Tim Lloyd MCPH
I qualified as a homeopathic practitioner in June 1996 and have been in fulltime practice since then, both at Marlow Homeopathy and a variety of other clinics. I currently practice here in Marlow and in Streatham, south London. I have developed a particular interest in the treatment of emotional issues such as depression and substance abuse as well as health issues related to diet, often first seen as allergies, skin conditions and behavioural problems.
My other main role is as a lecturer and speaker. I am Vice-Principal of the College of Practical Homeopathy where I am one of the core lecture team on the full-time and part-time courses as well as lecturing abroad, most recently in Bulgaria. I also lecture to homeopathy groups on a variety of subjects. I have been involved in the development and delivery of Management and Personal Development courses, as well as courses run here at Marlow Homeopathy. I run tutorial groups for homeopathy students and provide supervision for both homeopathy students and qualified homeopaths.
I also work with 2 charities, the Maun Homeopathy Project in Botswana and the Swaziland Homeopathy Project, whose major role is to support HIV+ and AIDS patients in southern Africa. As well as working as a volunteer homeopath at these projects, I am now involved in training local homeopathy students with the aim of these projects becoming self sufficient in the future.
I thoroughly enjoy the contrasting demands of my homeopathy practice, my teaching tutorial and supervision work as well as my voluntary work in Africa. Before becoming a homeopath, I enjoyed a career as an Engineer Officer in the RAF.