Recommended Practitioners


Suzette King

Acupuncture & Wellbeing Therapies

After setting up Face Facts Clinic, Suzette continued to study massage, meditation and Tai Chi, here and in the States. It was while studying at San Francisco University that Suzette realised that in order to understand more about Chinese Medicine she would have to learn acupuncture.


Suzette studied acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead and completed a four year full time degree course in 2002. In 2005 she gained her BSc from Brighton University in Acupuncture Studies. Suzette regularly updates her knowledge in the UK and abroad.


Kathy Pitt


Kathy came to homoeopathy in the 1980s from a first career as a concert agent in London. She studied homoeopathy at the College of Homoeopathy in Regent’s Park, London and graduated in 1989, when she set up her practice in Shoreham-by-Sea.


Kathy now divides her professional time between her practice and the South Downs School of Homoeopathy, a training college which she set up in 1997 with two colleagues.

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Deborah Lacey

Nutritional Therapy

Deborah is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and qualified from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, she is a member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) as well as being registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). 


Deborah is trained to analyse each client’s diet and lifestyle habits and to provide safe, well balanced, individualised programmes to suit each person’s unique health requirements and fit in with their daily routines. 


Amanda Munday

Psychotherapy and counselling

Amanda is in her final year of a 4-year Masters degree in core process psychotherapy, the original mindfulness-based psychotherapy in the UK. She is a trainee member of both the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists (ACPP). 

Very often, our adult lives are shaped by our early childhood experiences and psychotherapy can bring deep self-awareness to how the past is impacting the present. Being deeply seen and heard with respect, sensitivity and non-judgement can help alleviate the intensity of emotional affect and create a 'breathing space' out of which new possibilities can emerge. Core process psychotherapy emphasizes how healing and transformation can arise naturally through bringing kindness and compassion to meet difficult experiences. The assumption that there is inherent health at the core of all of us is intrinsic to the work.

As a psychotherapist in training, I offer psychotherapy and counselling at more affordable rates. My standard rate is currently £30 per session.

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Louisa Roberts

Movement coach

Strength - Pilates

My name is Louisa Roberts, 2.5 years ago I had a total hip replacement at the age of 45 and during my rehab 2 things happened;


1: I fell in love with Pilates and movement 

2: I realised that there was a lack of expert personnel helping  with exercise rehabilitation  ( post injury or surgery ) enabling others to become strong and mobile.


I developed a passion for helping people reach their full potential and I understand what it is like to be in pain and suffer with reduced mobility.


I have trained as a Biomechanics (movement) coach and alongside my Personal Trainer level 3 I have qualified in exercise and rehabilitation after injury as well as Pilates. I am soon going to be offering 1-2-1 sessions on a Pilates reformer as well as Pilates mat work classes.


If I can help you or someone you know please do reach out