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The Homeopathic College of Canada

In January 1992, the International Academy of Homeopathy and the Toronto Homeopathic Clinic introduced the first Homeopathic Practitioner programme in Canada. The programme was established in order to meet the growing need for qualified practitioners taught according to the principles of classical homeopathy. Since its inception, the College has trained doctors, varied health care practitioners and others in the theory and practice of classical homeopathy.

In 1995, the Homeopathic College of Canada (HCC) was founded as a non-profit educational institution. The College's objectives are to establish the homeopathic profession in Canada and to foster continuing education and research in the field of homeopathic medicine. The HCC will continue to teach and promote education and research in homeopathy throughout the world, to establish higher educational standards and quality care through homeopathic medicine and other adjunctive complementary approaches. Increased public awareness and the demand for accessible and effective health care have meant that the HCC has grown dramatically over the last few years.

New Curriculum

The Homeopathic College of Canada has been a leader in homeopathic education for over 22 years in North America and we continue to lead and improve our systems of education. We are proud to announce a major revision of our curricula. Our founding president wrote the submission presented to the government for the regulation of homeopathy in Ontario and as well authored the educational and ethical standards. We understand the needs to educate successful homeopaths to become proficient in homeopathy from the day they start their clinical training. Therefore, not only we surpass the standards but as well we have designed another first in the formation of homeopaths. We are the only college in the western world to integrate basic science studies (anatomy, physiology and pathology) and clinical homeopathy with actual cases. This has been only possible thanks to 22 years of accumulated clinical data from our cured patients and having the most resourceful journals and books from the classical homeopaths in the past centuries. This integrated model, including standardized patients, has ensured to move us into the new integrative medical models in medicine.

The revised curriculum for the professional DHMS program can be completed in over three years, but opportunities exist for part-time studies at Certificate and Diploma levels.

The School only takes twelve new full-time applicants for the DHMS program each year and ensures personal education to guarantee the excellence in Homeopathic training.

Prospective students are invited to contact us by email. The Homeopathic College of Canada not only provides an education to practice quality homeopathic care, but also is concerned with developing future leaders of the profession. We are proud that our graduates have created new schools in Toronto and across Canada, as well as other countries. However, we are not working with any other school, nor we are related to any other homeopathic organization in Canada. This will change once homeopathy is regulated in Canada.



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