Lyssa Clayton Homeopath

 

About me 

I live in Scotland, along the east coast from Edinburgh. I see clients from the UK and around the world online, and also offer some face to face consultations in Edinburgh.

My first experience with Homeopathy was at age 17. My mother took me …. probably dragged me …. along to see a Dr Burns in Manchester. During a bumpy transition to University Homeopathy again turned my health around. I’m eternally grateful for that introduction to a different way of looking after myself.

With no idea what homeopathy was, I got better. Many years later I saw a homeopath when I had terrible migraine headaches, and again for severe morning sickness. I went along to an Homeopathy evening class 36 years ago and fell in love with the remedies, philosophy and ideas. It made sense to me immediately and I’m still fascinated.

For my family and three children homeopathy was invaluable during pregnancy, though their baby and childhood years to teenage and adult life. We had a lovely, very experienced and knowledgeable Doctor, and I’ve always had a Homeopath to consult with for myself and my family. Homeopathy is exciting. It has the potential to enhance our health both in acute situations and for deeper, long term wellbeing.

Homeopathy Training and Diploma

It’s so interesting how we find the way to find what it is we love and have to do. In my 4th year at University, studying Medieval History, I took a special subject called Popular and Professional Medicine in Medieval Times. I discovered the world of different ways of healing, philosophy and medicine. In a way that sowed more of the seeds that lead me to Homeopathy and holistic health.

For several years I was involved in childbirth education, pregnancy and breastfeeding support. Then I realised I had to go deeper into Homeopathy and learn more.

I studied for Homeopathy at college for 4 years from 1994 – 1998 in Edinburgh for a Diploma and Licentiate in Homeopathy. That was just the beginning.

Since then I’ve continued learning. I attend a wide range of Continuing Professional Development seminars, courses and Masterclasses. Personal study and regular professional and peer supervision support my practice.

And I learn every day from my clients.

Things I enjoy

  • Exploring and learning more about homeopathy and philosophy every day.
  • I love singing and voice work …..Shape note, Georgian, African, new songs by contemporary musicians, close harmony, Gospel and more.
  • Dancing, of course.
  • Pilates, a recent discovery for me and I have a class scheduled in every week.
  • Learning to grow more food – using homeopathy in my gardening efforts.
  • Spending time with my feisty grandchildren, family and good friends.
  • Getting along to as many good plays, films and great music as possible is vital soul food.
  • Walking along the river and to the sea near my home.
  • Travel and finding new places, to experience the world in all its glory, beauty and craziness.

Society of Homeopaths
I am a Registered Member of the Society of Homeopaths.

My Speciality

Women’s Health; Infertility, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, the Post-natal year, Menopause
Baby and Child Health: physical and emotional wellbeing, Auto-immune conditions and Chronic, long term health problems
ADHD, learning and behaviour challenges.

Testimonials

“I have always found Lyssa professional, approachable and down to earth. She is a very experienced and dedicated Homeopath and I would recommend her to anyone looking for a caring, informative and holistic approach to their health.”

“For twenty years I was unable to walk uphill without pain and shortness of breath. I also could not sleep on my left or my right-hand side. I felt severely restricted. No ends of heart scans had revealed anything. (After a remedy ) I experienced an energetic release which, from that day onwards, has let me walk to the top of mountains, and sleep any way I wish. It took all of two months from the start of Lyssa’s treatment to this wonderful release which gave me a new lease of life. “

My Website

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I connect with a homeopath?

Click on the chat box in the bottom right hand corner.  A homeopath will be there ready to answer.

Do I need to have remedies at home?

No, not necessarily.
Your homeopath will advise according to what you currently have in your cupboard, or what you can get locally. They will also consider how quickly we can get more remedies out to you using Homeopathic Pharmacies around the world.

Does the consultation take place on the chat?

No, the homeopath will send you a link to take you to a private video/audio consulting room.  You can access this through your smart phone, tablet or a computer.   
You can choose whether to use video or audio.

What if I have already spoken to a homeopath?

If you have spoken to a homeopath on Homeopathy247 in the last 48 hours, we will try to locate that homeopath and ask them to get in touch with you.  If this is not possible, we will try to advise you until we can make contact with your original homeopath.

What if I have my own homeopath?

If you have your own homeopath and have recently taken a remedy, our homeopaths will advise you to get in touch with your own homeopath.

If you have tried but have been unsuccessful at reaching your homeopath, or if your symptoms are clearly new, acute symptoms, our team will be happy to have a consultation with you.

 

How do I pay for a consultation?

When you explain what is happening, the homeopath will decide whether they can help you with

An acute (15min consult is £35/$45/€40)

or if the problem has been occuring for longer than a month and you need :

A full consultation (90 min consult £130/$180/€150).

The homeopath will either take payment on a credit/debit card or will forward you a PayPal invoice.

Does the fee include remedies?

No, the homeopath will send you a prescription by email with advise on where to purchase the remedies needed.

How do I book a full consultation?

You can either:

Ask in the chat and connect with the homepath on duty
or
Go to our page of all of the homeopaths and select one you feel will be able to help you, you can contact them directly by clicking through to their diary or their website.

 

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