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Eunice McBride Electrolysis & Beauty Therapy
I trained as a beauty therapist in 1999, after 25 years as a dental nurse. I went on to get diploma’s in massage, and epilation. I gained my salon experience in SE London, then set up The White House in 2005, I also ran the electrolysis clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich for 12 years.
My work is 90% electrolysis, and I find tremendous job satisfaction from it.
I am a member of the British Institute & Association of Electrolysis, and served on the board for a number of years.
Sarah Campbell Homeopathy
I studied homeopathy at The London College of Practical Homeopathy for 3 years, and qualified in 2000. I then went on to complete a post grad year to become a life member of the college.
I have treated many patients over the years, presenting with a variety of health issues, and I believe in maintaining health e.g. prevention rather than just doing something when illness strikes. I have had lots of experience of treating children, my own 3, now grown up, all suffered from eczema. Many patients come to me with emotional issues including anxiety and grief.
Looking after your health can take a lot of effort, but I find it very rewarding when a patient feels they are taking control of their health. I like to empower people, not just say do this or do that, we work together and each person is treated as an individual.
I like working at The White House, as it is very private, and people value their privacy when discussing health.