About Me

Lee Boulton<br>(Advanced Trainee)
Lee Boulton
(Advanced Trainee)




Hi, my name is Lee.  I’m a mother to three fantastic children and married to James.  I love animals and wouldn’t want my home to be without our furry friends.  I was born and brought up in British Columbia, Canada where my family still live.  I have lived in England for over 30 years so I consider both Canada and England to be home.  I enjoy spending time with family and friends, listening to live music, reading and spending time in my garden.
 
My journey with homeopathy began way back in 1998 when my eyelids had become inflamed, sore and weepy. Our GP said it was an allergic reaction and sent me on my way.  James made an appointment for me to see a Homeopath.  I had never heard of homeopathy but was happy to give it a go.  The Homeopath asked me if anything has changed in my life recently, had I had any upsets or was I feeling stressed?  The only thing that I could think of was that James and I were planning our wedding. The Homeopath gave me a remedy and asked me to come back the following week.  I went back the next week to report that my eyes were the same.  He gave me another remedy I returned the following week, but still no change.  I was given a third remedy and on my next visit I was able to report that my eyes were completely better.  I didn’t think about homeopathy again for another 6 years.
 
Jump ahead 6 years, when my eyelids become inflamed, sore and weepy again. I made an appointment with a different Homeopath and this time when she asked what was happening in my life I thought, where do I start?  Mum to two young children, grief and mild depression.  I saw great results after the first appointment.  On my return the Homeopath educated me about homeopathy and explained other ways it could help me and my family.  I continued with homeopathic treatment for myself and my children, and I started to read and learn about homeopathy. 

A friend gave me a homeopathy home prescribing book and James enrolled me onto an introductory to homeopathy course.  The course was brief but I enjoyed it so I decided to take up a foundation course, with the goal of being able to treat my family on a basic level.  When I completed the foundation course, I felt I wasn’t finished on this path, so I took the leap and joined the practitioner course at The Centre for Homeopathic Education, the UKs largest homeopathy college. Today I am an advanced trainee Homeopath, helping others on their own homeopathic journeys.