As a child Sheila enjoyed good health, so it wasn’t until she suffered from severe depression in her late teens and 20’s that she realized that conventional “medicine by authority” offered no true solutions and often did great harm.
After a psychotherapist introduced her to homeopathy she began her studies at the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst & Homeopathy and fell in love with the brilliant art and system of Medical Heilkunst. It provided the cure for the diseases underlying the depression, while revealing the deeper meaning behind the suffering and a roadmap for true health on all levels.
Inspired by the possibilities offered by Heilkunst, Sheila opened her practice in 2004. She enjoyed four years practicing in beautiful St. John’s, Newfoundland at the Dynamis Health Centre with Molly Graham and Carol Battcock, a collaboration that deepened her knowledge and experience in treating many chronic conditions, especially Autism, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue.
She has served as a faculty member with the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst & Homeopathy since 2008 and currently holds the position of Dean of Heilkunst Studies there.
Sheila offers consultations by phone and Skype, as well as in-person at her clinic in Almonte, Ontario, 30 minutes west of Ottawa.