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Author of Aspects in Astrology – A comprehensive guide to Interpretation

A registered Homeopath with degree in psychology and counselling training, Sue’s interest in astrology spans over 40 years. One of the most experienced practitioners of astrology in the UK, she has seen literally thousands of clients since gaining her Diploma in 1981.

Renowned for her down-to-earth, lively and humorous presentations, her teaching experience at all levels (beginners to post-graduate supervision) is also extensive. It includes Local Authority Education and nineteen years with the Faculty of Astrological Studies (FAS) for whom she was Director of Schools (1986-2000) and responsible for all aspects of its ‘live’ teaching school. In 2000, she was awarded a fellowship by FAS in recognition of her work in this role. In 2000 Sue co-founded her own school; the London School of Astrology (LSA) but sold the school on in 2004. She has given seminars and spoke at conferences in Norway, Sweden, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Japan and in China where she teaches both astrology and homeopathy regularly for Nodoor (the oldest and largest school of western astrology based in Beijing) and astrology for the Academy of Astrology (AOA) based in Taiwan.

She has been the recipient of various awards; a fellowship from the Faculty of Astrological Studies in 2000 and in 2003, the Astrological Association of Great Britain awarded her the prestigious Charles Harvey Award for exceptional service to Astrology. The recipient of this once-in-a-lifetime award is decided each year by the major astrological organisations in the UK.

Following a background in nursing, advice work, psychology and astrology, Sue completed her training in homeopathy at London’s College of Homeopathy in 1996 and is registered with the Society of Homeopaths (RSHom). She has a busy practise in London and has also practised homeopathy overseas and undergone additional training both in the UK and in India, notably with Rajan Sankaran and his team.

Q How do I book a homeopathy appointment?

Appointments are available in East Finchley in north London, day or evening. For the housebound; home visits are available in the N2, N3, N6 and N10 areas and on occasion, further afield. No obligation phone calls to discuss your requirements are welcome.

Initial appointment: £120 Be prepared for appointments to last 90 - 120 minutes.

Follow-up appointments: £70

To book an appointment call 0044 (020) 8883 3460 or 0044 (0) 7951 055599 or email Sue at sue@suetompkins.com

Fees are inclusive of remedies. Those with medical insurance which includes homeopathy will be able to claim back some or all of the fees paid, depending on the contents of their policy. Kindly note though that on occasion, vitamin, herbal or other supplements may be recommended in addition to your homeopathic treatment. These will of course incur further expenditure.

Q How do I book an astrology appointment?

An initial face-to-face reading usually lasts 90 to 120 minutes. Ample time is allowed for discussion and questions. The fee is £120 for day-time appointments. Evening appointments may incur an additional fee of £20. Clients are encouraged to bring a recording device/smartphone to record the conversation.

One hour readings are also available for £80 (daytime) both in person and, for those overseas, via Skype.

Follow up appointments are charged according to individual requirements and start at £80. Appointments are held in East Finchley, N2 (nearest tube: East Finchley).

To book an appointment call 0044 (020) 8883 3460 or 0044 (0) 7951 055599 or email Sue at sue@suetompkins.com

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