The history of Homeopathy began with Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician (1755– 1843). Early in his career, he recognised that the clinical practice of medicine needed to be re-thought and in 1810 he published “Organon of rational therapeutics.” He developed the practice of Homeopathy throughout his life and by the beginning of the 20th Century Homeopathy had radically improved the practice of medicine in Europe.
The College of Practical Homeopathy (CPH) offers world class Homeopathic training designed to lead to professional homeopathic practice.
The innovative Practitioner Development programs form part of the high level homeopathic training and the hands on approach of the college aims to help students develop as practitioners.
Having successfully run a large complementary health centre, Ellen Kramer (now Course Director at CPH), pin-pointed the need for practitioners to develop a particular mental attitude (as well as a good background in training in complementary medicine) in order to create a successful practice. Her idea has been to develop a course that supports students in integrating the changes needed when setting up and sustaining a sucessful practice.
Courses available include a two year full time course, a four year part time course and a post graduate course (on which students can learn how to run their own successful homeopathic clinic).Seminars are held regularly and these are open to anyone interested in the topics relating to homeopathy.