French born mother of three, Florence de Crevoisier Fedder came to London to work as a financial journalist in 1986. She changed career after being a full time mum for over 10 years and experiencing the benefits of Homeopathy and Cranial Sacral work for her own family.
Florence is one of the few therapists qualified in Classical Homeopathy and Cranio-Sacral Therapy. This enables her to offer a very gentle and integrated approach to health and to treat patients of any age with a wide range of conditions, chronic or acute.
She graduated in 2001 from the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy (London). She studied Classical Homeopathy at the University of Westminster then at George Vithoulkas’ International Academy for Classical Homeopathy.
Florence divides her practice between her London private patients and volunteering as a therapist.
She worked as a volunteer therapist at St Vincent’s Family Project (March 2009- March 2020), providing support for the attending parents and young children as well as for the staff of the charity. Such work had to stop due to the COVID 19 crisis.
She is also a competitive tennis player who understands the physical and emotional pressures linked to the sport.
2018 & 2019: Working with performance artists: Zdar KoresponDance Festival (Czech Republic)
Florence volunteered CST sessions for the organisers and performance artists of the festival: dancers, acrobats, choreographers or singers. Very intense work with people who are very in tune with the needs of their bodies and could give in-depth feedback on what had happened. Here is an example:
Susan, dancer and choreographer
Study trip to India, 2011
In February 2011, Florence travelled to India for a 2- week study trip of Homeopathy practice in the country. With a group of homeopaths led by Linda Shannon, she observed and learnt from Drs Dilip and Kalyan Bhattacharyea, who treat patients with Classical Homeopathy in clinics and Ashrams outside Kolkata.
Bangkok Project, 2012 & 2013
In 2012 and in 2013, Florence worked as a volunteer in the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer, Bangkok. Each time she spent several weeks giving treatments to in and out-patients for a research project assessing the benefits of CST and Homeopathy in pain management.