THE TAP TEAM

SUE ARMSTRONG 

MA VetMB VetMFHom CertIAVH MRCVS RsHom

(FOUNDER OF TAP)

 

Sue Armstrong qualified from Cambridge Veterinary School, England in 1984 and worked first in Oxford and then in a partnership in Leeds for twelve years.  She set up Balanced Being based in Wetherby in 2003, which was one of the first practices in the UK to offer truly integrative healthcare for animals with homeopathy as its core philosophy underpinning the individualised therapeutic approach when using all modalities including conventional mainstream veterinary medicine and surgery, homeopathy, acupuncture, laser therapy, nutraceuticals and nutritional therapy. Sue sold Balanced Being in February 2018 and now runs a referral only veterinary clinic in Boroughbridge, UK; Sue Armstrong Consultancy Ltd.

Sue studied homeopathy at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and with the Homeopathic Professionals Teaching Group (HPTG) in Oxford.  She obtained VetMFHom status in 1996.  After further study with Jeremy Sherr, Rajan Sankaran and others she gained her RSHom status in 2007 and currently has a human homeopathic practice in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire.   Sue went through teacher training with the Homeopathic Professionals Teaching Group (HPTG) and then became a partner of HPTG and Director of Education of the British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy (BAVH).  She is past president of the British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons (BAHVS) and The Canadian College of Animal Homeopathic Medicine (CAHM). 

Sue has worked as a veterinary consultant to the raw pet food industry for many years and champions the use of biologically appropriate feeding for pet animals in the UK with the emphasis on education for the safe use of this type of feeding.

Sue lectures extensively internationally and has presented in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Switzerland and the USA.  Sue has published the Little Book of Thinking Dog and The Veterinary Homeopathy Oncology Series: Cancer in Animals.  She is a contributor to the books Foundations of Health and Social Care (Adams, 2007) and Canine Nutrigenomics: The New Science of Feeding Your Dog for Optimum Health (Dodds, 2015). 

Sue founded TAP in February 2019 and is passionate about sharing the experience she has of working in a truly integrative way for most of her veterinary career.

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JANE YOUNG

(MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR /PA)

 

On my journey for a life of finding the answer to what seemed to be confusing and difficult questions in the quest for understanding Animals led me to meet Sue Armstrong.  The words and treatments connected with everything I believe in.  My introduction to our Four Legged canine friends was through family dogs throughout,  I found solace and comfort being around them at a very early age it was a true connection but one thing that was still a huge question mark was the sharing of the planet with All Animals.  I began my early Career with Horses, Training with the likes of Monty Roberts, Kelly Marks, Leslie Desmond, Mark Rashid travelling to the United States on regular occasions but always seeking a connection and finding it more and more difficult to find a flow and not bringing Human stuff into that space when I was with them - leaving that behind which led me to work on myself for some time.
I realised the Horse as a Herd Animal  - needed space, time and consistency and also to be with their own. It is what became apparent to me that all animals needed the same thing and to begin to understand this was a lightbulb moment - a Horse in a world full of confusion but a Horse just wanting to be a Horse with the instincts and body they were born with, likewise a Dog, A Cat, A Lizard, A Bird and the the list continues………………..
So with a balance of sound grounded knowledge and a change of patterning slowly it drips through however we still have our lives to lead in this world and we are forever asking our Animals for a Compromise.  Good Medicine for me is to find the answer, what Sue is teaching me at the moment especially is ask the Questions and form the story then it will start to make sense. 
I cannot recommend The TAP Membership more strongly as the learning of so much is there in the views Sue is sharing - read, connect form the story, create the vision, see how it works and ask the questions and years of patterning start to fall away, and it makes the world around our Animals so much more enjoyable knowing that we are doing our utmost to live together in harmony. 
Thank you to all my Teachers and Thank You especially Dr Sue Armstrong.
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ROBYN CARTER

(STRATEGIC PLANNING/RESEARCH)

 

Robyn spent 25 years working in health and social care, primarily in commissioning at a local and regional level. With a track record in planning and performance management she has expertise in organisational development and, in particular, translating complex strategies into achievable and measurable steps.

Prior to that Robyn worked in horticulture having graduated, with honours, from the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. She was awarded a travel scholarship to China to pursue her interest in ethnobotany and medicinal plants and was a contributor to the Royal Horticultural Society Dictionary of Plants.

 
She shares her home with her partner, two dogs and a cat.
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