The School of Homeopathy’s North American Clinical Program offers the opportunity to develop your understanding and scope through
participation in Seminars and Clinical Workshops provided by senior
UK faculty. These sessions afford practical experience and information
for those who wish to enhance their skills of case analysis and
management, and to enrich their knowledge of remedies, old and new.
Seminars and Workshops are put on annually and roam across North
America. We hold one in Canada and two in America annually. For
information about speakers, location and dates please see the events
North American students wishing to obtain the Diploma at Practitioner
level attend a minimum of three regional seminars and two workshops
over the duration of the full program. This ensures you meet the
required clinical hours needed for registration with the Council
of Homeopathic Certification (CHC) and becoming a member of
either the North
American Society of Homeopaths or West
Coast Homeopathic Society.
These three-day sessions are open to all students and practitioners.
We also provide the option for members of the homeopathic community
outside the school to attend for two days only if they wish. Through
lectures, video cases and discussion, they provide new insights
into understanding and analyzing the case, and applying new methods
for differentiating remedies. This often includes fascinating new
The presentations are structured so that newer students are quickly
brought along and their horizons widened. Advanced students and
practitioners benefit from new perspective on cases, subtle aspects
of remedies, and fresh methods and philosophy presented.
A student evening held before each seminar is reserved for students
and graduates of the School. This provides an opportunity to meet
together in an informal atmosphere, to discuss issues related to
course studies, and to plan social activities around the seminar.
This is a time for sharing, so you are invited to bring your questions,
suggestions, and ideas.
For advanced students and practitioners only, these week-long residential
sessions provide an intensive experience in case work and management.
The clinical workshops are open to anyone with at least two years
of study or practice experience, including students of the School
at Unit 11 or further.
The prime objective of these workshops is to help participants
develop their case-work skills, leading to more effective practice.
A wide range of teaching cases on video, as well as live cases where
practical, are presented. The sessions are designed as interactive,
process-orientated learning experiences, leading not only to a much
deeper understanding of homeopathy, but also sharpening self awareness
and skills in self-evaluation. Lectures, discussion, and small and
large group exercises are facilitated by leading UK homeopaths with
an expert level of knowledge in many up-to-date modes of practice.
A clinical certificate is available from the School, but students
and practitioners not seeking this certification are equally welcome
to attend. This certificate requires attendance at two workshops
and one seminar, with rigorous assessment assignments set at each
workshop, plus completion of appropriate study in orthodox medicine.
It is part of the School's requirement for its PDHom (UK) Practitioner
Diploma, which also requires students to have a thorough understanding
of advanced homeopathic theory and practice, of anatomy, physiology,
pathology and disease, and to have comprehensive supervision of
their early practice cases.
Please contact the relevant country representative for further
event information and prices. Details are on the contact