Hazel Drummond

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Nutritionist, Psychotherapist, Homeopath, Qest4 Assessment Practitioner and Training Consultant, Nutritional Remedy Consultant.

Hazel trains practitioners in the use of the Qest as well as practicing from the Worcester House clinic in Petersfield and London and until recently Manchester. Hazel gets excellent results treating all health issues in all age groups.

My passion for nutritional therapy began at the age of 19 when I had serious health issues and was due for an operation. I was told I would never have children. A friend suggested that I visit a spiritual nutritionist. In the consultation he recommended a dietary plan which included whole unprocessed foods, no red meats, dairy or wheat and absolutely no sugar. I stuck to the plan religiously and to the disbelief of the consultants at University College Hospital made a complete recovery within a month. Thankfully, this saved me from surgery and started me on my journey of learning.

I take a holistic approach to finding the key to restoring health. I trained in London at the Lakeland College of Homeopathy, having already trained in Nutrition at Rusland college and in Nutritional medicine. In my 20s I had studied Graphology at the Institute of graphology in Paris which included studies in Psychology and Psychoanalysis with Rene Tomasini. On my return to the UK in my 30s I trained and practiced as a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. I also studied NLP and EFT and more recently Family Constellations.

For the last 15 years I have used the Asyra Pro and now the Qest bio-energeting screening system to help my clients experience better health and well being. My aim is to help others to feel better and to enjoy life to the full using a holistic blend of all that I have studied and continue to study.

I have always been interested in why each of us seemingly living similar lifestyles can have such different health profiles.

My first interest was psychology and the influence of our childhood on our adult lives. Then came nutrition as it became obvious that there is a direct correlation between what we choose to put in our bodies and how we feel. Then came energy medicine in the form of the Asyra system which is extraordinary as a way of looking at the body as a whole, and seeing how the energy has been affected by issues such as bacteria, parasites, fungus, viruses, lyme, vaccinations, emotions, environmentals and much more, and then creating a remedy which balances the system.

My interest in Energy medicine took me on to studying for 3 years to be a Homeopath in London. I treat the whole person to bring about the changes necessary to resolve the underlying causes of health challenges whether through Energetic Healing, Homeopathy, Nutritional Medicine, Diet, Lifestyle and listening.

I have recently moved back to Petersfield having lived in Manchester for 5 years and am very happy to once again be practicing at Worcester House from Tuesdays to Thursdays (Mondays and Fridays on request) and to continuing my work as a trainer of the Qest system here in the UK and internationally.

I am so happy to be joining the exceptional team of therapists at Worcester House.

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Name: Hazel Drummond
Email: reception@worcesterhouse.org
Phone: 01730 233 414

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