Homeopathy Programs in Nevada - NV
Nevada is only one of three states that require a specific license to practice homeopathic medicine. Physicians who hold a MD or DO and complete one year of postgraduate training in allopathic or osteopathic medicine must take an examination to become licensed as a homeopathic practitioner.
Acquiring certification is probably a good idea, though, as it can help you demonstrate your competence and qualifications to potential clients and employers in cities like Las Vegas, Reno, and Carson City.
Most homeopathy programs in Nevada offer certification to students who graduate in the form of a degree or other credential. If you’d prefer a more widely recognized or standardized form of certification, you can become certified by the Council on Homeopathic Certification (CHC), an organization of homeopaths that works that define and uphold professional standards for the field. To become CHC certified, you must have completed 500 hours of homeopathic training in addition to courses in anatomy and physiology and pathology and disease, and you must pass a CHC-administered examination.
Experienced homeopaths—those who have at least 300 hours of homeopathic training and five years of clinical experience under their belts—can seek “fast track certification,” skipping the written examination that less experienced homeopaths must take.