Homeopathy School in Vermont - VT
Dr. David H. Baird introduced homeopathy to Vermont in the 1800s. Since then, the practice of homeopathic medicine in Vermont has grown, and is included in the practice of the state’s licensed naturopathic doctors (NDs). In addition to NDs, however, there are others who do not have medical school training who advertise themselves as homeopaths in Vermont. Most of these individuals attended homeopathy schools in Vermont, contained within a college or university setting, and went on to receive their degree in homeopathy. These individuals usually choose to become nationally certified homeopaths through the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC). They may also become registered with the Society of Homeopaths, a United Kingdom organization, which allows them to use the credentials RsHOM.
For those who choose not to attend medical school and study to be a naturopathic physician, homeopathy schools are available all across Vermont and online. As Vermont is a small state, many homeopaths in here also see clients from nearby New York, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. With a background in homeopathic education, graduates may choose to open their own practices, join forces with other alternative or conventional practitioners, or work for pharmacies and natural foods producers. A search of the current classifieds on indeed.com reveals positions for those with homeopathic backgrounds available at New Chapter, Inc. in Brattleboro; the Army National Guard in Montpelier; and a confidential wellness company in