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Welcome to the pages of GEA Homeopathy!

GEA Homeopathy is de homeopathy clinic run by homeopathic practitioner Livia Kuipers Jakovljevic, in Voorburg, near The Hague.“My aim is to help people who seek better health and vitality by means of natural healing methods, to restore their wellbeing using homeopathy. Homeopathy is a complete natural healing system that works effectively for a variety of complaints and which is suitable for the people of all ages.”


Effective, no side effects. Acts directly on life energy and stimulates self healing. The way to physical and emotional balance.


Human centered. No symptom suppression, but healing from within.


To make an appointment contact GEA Homeopathy! Questions? I’ll be glad to answer. E-mail any time or call on workdays 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

GP referral is not necessary. Homeopathy is the first-line therapy. You do not need a referral from your GP.

Homeopathy and your regular treatment. Homeopathy can be used in addition to your regular treatment (and medications).


If you are curious whether homeopathy can help with your complaints, or if you have other sort of questions concerning homeopathic treatment, please contact me, I’ll be glad to answer.

Phone contact. On weekdays from 6 p.m. till 7 p.m. I am available on the phone for short questions or for making appointments. If you call outside these hours I might not answer your call. If you leave a message, with clearly pronounced your name and contact information, I will call you back as soon as I can.


Consultations are by appointment. To allow us enough time to take your case to the level of depth needed, I work with appointments. To make an appointment, please call or e-mail me.

…that as you ought not to attempt to cure the eyes without the head, or the head without the body, so neither ought you attempt to cure the body without the soul. And this,” he said, “is the reason why the cure of many diseases is unknown to the physicians of Hellas, because they disregard the whole, which ought to be studied also, for the part can never be well unless the whole is well.” — Plato (428 – 347 BC) (from The works of Plato, Vol. 4)