Homeopathy School in New Hampshire - NH

Classical homeopathy is a longstanding medical tradition whose practice in America dates back to the 19th century. Homeopathic medicine experienced a decline in interest in the 20th century as physicians turned to allopathic medicine, but has seen a resurgence of popularity in recent years in response to concerns about pharmaceutical side effects and invasive surgical procedures. Consequently, the demand for homeopathic practitioners has expanded greatly.

Since New Hampshire requires homeopathic practitioners to hold a naturopathic medicine license, you’ll need to complete a program in naturopathy from an accredited college. If you’re not sure about committing to a full course of study, you may want to take a short course in the principles of homeopathic medicine, apprentice with an experienced homeopath, or complete an introductory program online.

There are no accredited homeopathy schools in New Hampshire, though you may be able to find informal classes offered by experienced homeopaths. Alternatively, you can explore distance-learning options: several online schools offer comprehensive programs in homeopathy, allowing you to complete your homeopathic education at a time and pace convenient to you.

Professional organizations like the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NHAND) can also help you find a program that fits your goals and get started on your career as a homeopathic healer.

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