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Homeopathy School in Connecticut - CT


Homeopathic practitioners have varied backgrounds and credentials, based on the state in which they practice. Today, no uniform licensing or professional standards exist for the practice of homeopathic medicine in the United States. In the state of Connecticut, one must be a medical doctor (M.D) or doctor of osteopathy (D.O.) in order to be licensed as a homeopathic physician.

Therefore, if a student is interested in practicing homeopathic medicine in Connecticut, he or she must first go to a college or university to become an M.D. or a D.O. In addition, the student must complete at least two years of post-graduate medical training as a resident physician in a program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association. After completing these requirements, the student must attend one of the homeopathy schools in Connecticut that is approved by the Connecticut Homeopathic Medical Examining Board or the American Institute of Homeopathy.  Here, he or she must complete 120 graduate hours in the study of homeopathy. If a student does not attend a homeopathy school, he or she has the option instead of completing 120 graduate hours in the study of homeopathy under the supervision of a licensed homeopathic physician in Connecticut. This training must include 30 hours of theory and 90 hours of clinical training. Applicants for licensure in the state must pass all applicable examinations before gaining licensure as a homeopathic physician in Connecticut.

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