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The Alliance of Registered Homeopaths is run by a Board of Directors, who are all ARH Registered Members. Details of the current Directors are given below.

 

  photo of Karin Mont, Chair, ARH  

Karin Mont BA(Hons) LCH MARH
Chair
After graduating from the College of Homeopathy in 1990, Karin established her own practice in rural East Sussex, where she continues to work. She is also involved in further and higher education on a part-time basis, which has proved useful when developing homeopathic education policy for the European Council for Classical Homeopathy (ECCH). Karin was part of the working group that finalised the National Occupational Standards for Homeopathy. In the spring of 2001 Karin, together with five like-minded colleagues, formed the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH).
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Sue Berry MSECH MARH
Ethics and Welfare
Susan Berry pracises from her home near Ashford in Kent where she lives with her dog Holly.
She began her training in homeopathy in 1995 at The Practical College of Homeopathy in London, where she attended the part time course for two years. Sue was also working as a claims assessor for the Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd., which has provided her with a very useful background for her role as ARH Ethics and Welfare Director.
Sue completed her homeopathic education at the South East College of Homeopathy (SECH) in Eastbourne, graduating in July 1998, then going on to take the postgraduate course which gained her a MSECH in July of 1999. During this year Sue also started teaching at SECH, and holds a City and Guilds 7307 Further and Adult Education qualification.
Sue enjoys running a practice and teaching students at the SECH, finding both roles exciting and rewarding
email Sue Berry

    photo of David Needleman,  Politics, ARH  

David Needleman BScPharm MRPharm LCH MARH DCN FACACN FBIH
Politics
A qualified pharmacist since 1970, David graduated from the College of Homeopathy in 1991. In 1996 he established the Homeopathic Helpline, which offers homeopathic advice to patients who are unable to contact their usual practitioner for immediate consultation. David has made several radio broadcasts, including on the Michael Van Straten Body-Talk programme on LBC. David is a founding Director of ARH, and represents the organisation at meetings of the House of Lordsí Select Committee looking at complementary medicine and on the Council of Organisations Registering Homeopaths (CORH) accreditation working group.
email David Needleman

    photo of Steve Scrutton, Registrar, ARH  

Steve Scrutton MA BSc(Econ) Dip.Ed. CQSW DIHom(Prct) MARH
Media & Communications
Steve qualified first as a teacher, and later as a social worker before embarking on a career in homeopathy. He graduated from the British Institute of Homeopathy in 2000 and is busy developing a practice in Northamptonshire. Elected to the ARH Board in 2003, Steve is keen to develop public awareness of homeopathy, and to make it the therapy of choice for more and more people. He is also committed to the idea of consumer choice in state medical provision, and whilst adamant that the integrity and independence of homeopathic practice must be maintained, believes that it should be made freely available through the NHS to those who wish to avoid conventional medical treatment.
email Steve Scrutton

    photo of June Sayer, Secretary, ARH  

June Sayer DHom(Med) HMD FBIH D.N.Th D.Iridol. MARH
Registrar, Education & Company Secretary
June graduated from the Hahnemann College in 1992 and now runs a busy practice in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. She has also trained in nutrition and iridology, and teaches homeopathy to a wide variety of different groups. June firmly believes that a registering association should represent the best interests of the homeopathic profession. In order to actively engage in this process, she became a founding Director of ARH, and ran the office from its inception to April 2003.
email June Sayer

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