Mark Elliott, BVSc, VetFFHom, MRCVS, FIPsiMed, PCH, DSH, RSHom
Dean of The Laurence Institute of Holistic Medicine and a Member of the Council for The Laurence Society of Holistic Medicine.
A Veterinary Surgeon since 1989, Mark qualified as a Homeopath through the Faculty of Homeopathy in 1996. In 1999 he completed his training in Psionic Medicine. He founded the Centre for Integrated and Holistic Medicine (2001/2), which then took Homeopathy back into a new ‘first opinion’ practice at Oving in West Sussex (2010). This practice evolved in 2020 to become Elliott and Bulbeck, an integrated modern practice with traditional values. Elected three times to the role of Council Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and a Past-President of the British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons, Mark has written six small books on Homeopathy and Holistic care of animals.
In May of this year, Mark was awarded a prestigious Fellowship (Vet FFHom) of the Faculty of Homeopathy.
Moya Ross, SRN, RSHom, FIPsiMed
Secretary of The Laurence Institute of Holistic Medicine and a Member of the Council for The Laurence Society of Holistic Medicine.
Moya qualified as an SRN from St. Thomas Hospital in 1976. She later trained as a Homeopath at The College of Homeopathy, Regent’s Park, finishing in 1997. Subsequently she became a Touch for Health practitioner. Her training in Psionic Medicine was completed in October 2010.
Dominic Upton, BA(Hons) RSHom, MLIHM
President of The Laurence Society of Holistic Medicine and a Member of the Institute.
Dominic has been professionally involved in the homeopathic community for more than 35 years, the first ten or so working closely with the late John Ainsworth, founder of Ainsworths Homeopathic Pharmacy. A full-time registered practitioner with the Society of Homeopaths, he gained his Diploma from the School of Homeopathy. Son of the late Carl Upton, who along with Dr’s Laurence and Westlake founded the Psionic Medical Society (now LSHM) in 1969, Dominic lives and practices in Surrey where, before entering into full-time homeopathic practice, he ran his award-winning health food store in Haslemere for 21 years.
Allan A. R. Pollock, BSc, MIChemE, CEng, DipEM
Treasurer and Member of the Council for The Laurence Society of Holistic Medicine.
As a Chartered Engineer working for over 35 years in the petrochemical industry Allan has perhaps an unlikely background for someone with an interest in holistic medicine, but research into some family health issues, and recollection of childhood visits to the doctor (a member of the faculty of homeopathy), brought him into contact with Dr Gordon Flint and what has now become the Laurence Society. Since then he has met a number of physicians specialising in Homeopathy using various diagnostic methods. He considers Homeopathy to be a subtle and powerful system of medicine that maximises the self-healing capacity of the body; and despite its gainsayers continues to have potential in the 21st century.