Miryam Clough BA, BD, PhD, LCH, RSHom, Registered MBTI Practitioner

Miryam has used homeopathy in the care of her family’s health for 26 years. She trained at the College of Homeopathy in London, where she qualified in 2000. She is a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths and works in accordance with the Society’s Code of Ethics and Practice. She enjoys working with people of all ages and her patients range in age from new born babies to adults in their 90s. She lectures at the Contemporary College of Homeopathy in Bristol and is the Clinical Training Tutor at the Sophia School in Derbyshire.

Miryam has been fascinated by the MBTI since she first completed the questionnaire in 1987 and has incorporated it into her work since 2006. She is qualified in MBTI Steps I and II. Her MBTI consultancy leads her into working with a wide range of people and groups, from running fun-filled workshops around camp fires for groups of teenagers to providing MBTI profiling and coaching for senior managers in the public and voluntary sectors. Some of her most rewarding work has been with young people, and with adults who are seeking the courage to make significant life changes. She integrates her homeopathy and coaching practices in her role as a supervisor, using the MBTI as a springboard for supervision work with homeopaths, complementary therapists and homeopathy students.

Miryam has a PhD in Theology and Religious Studies on shame and sexuality in the church. She is interested in the way shame affects individuals and operates in organisations. She has a particular concern for the impact of shame on elderly and dementia care, her current area of research. She writes regularly for socialcare.co.uk.

Phone 07954 375 770


Header image by Jess Clough-MacRae