What is Practical Homeopathy?
How do I recognise a genuine training in Practical Homeopathy?
Practical homeopathy is a practical approach to the study and practice of homeopathy that is based on the principles of homeopathy. It encourages students to apply these principles in real life and to learn from the successes and failures of their own and others experience, both as homeopaths and as a practitioners in the ‘business’ of homeopathy.
Practical homeopath have been taught to use the range of ‘methods’ that have developed since Hahnemann’s times and not just one method. Our training teaches the practitioner how to understand what needs to be cured, if there are any obstacles to cure, how to choose a method, and why a particular method is most appropriate for the individual. It provides the practitioner with a range of tools and concepts that increases their ability to successfully treat clients.
At CPH clinical experience is the part of the course that integrates all the separate threads of homeopathic and medica (allopathic) learning into a single, solid and reliable therapeutic tool.
CPH student clinics are unique in how much and how fast they allow each individual student to develop their clinical skills. Unlike the standard student clinic, where students spend most of the time observing and trying to guess why the Supervisor chose a particular remedy, our students not only take cases but also prescribe remedies (under supervision) as long as they can justify why they have chosen a particular method and remedy.
Training at the CPH clinic is unique in how closely it involves students with real patients. The presentation and discussion of cases is paced to suit the student’s growing abilities and also to give a very hands on experience of what it is like to be in a busy practice. A wide range of clinical experience matures a student very quickly and helps give them the confidence to start in practice with a wide range of cases. A full pharmacy is available at the clinic.
How do I know if a course is really practical?
1) The best way is to ask:
• ask how many methods are covered in detail
• how soon you can be seeing patients
• when can you start prescribing under supervision
2) Sit in on student clinics at different colleges
3) Talk to final year students and graduates
Then come to CPH !
How To Apply for a Course - use the link below:
To Find out more about our other courses, & study options - use the links below:
• Foundation in Health & Homeopathy (2 Flexible Study Options)
• Licentiate Diploma in Homeopathy (Part-time)
• Licentiate Diploma in Homeopathy (Distance Learning)
• Post Graduate Licentiate Diploma in Homeopathy (Distance Learning)
Transferring from another Course? Please read the guide below: