Author Archives: The College Of Homeopathy

Taking the Case by Richard (CCH Graduate 2017)

Introduction It is clearly very important to be able to get as much relevant and accurate information as possible when taking the case of a patient.  Without obtaining the information required it is impossible to select the correct remedies and potencies to cure the patient.  For Homeopaths this means covering the mental, emotional and physical […]

Homeopathy & the Menopause by Kathryn (CCH Graduate)

The menopause is marked by the complete ending of menstruation and is a natural part of aging in women.  This is preceded by perimenopause – the phase where your body gradually starts to produce less  oestrogen and progesterone.  These natural hormonal changes cause the body to gradually cease ovulation, and in turn menstruation.  The rate […]

Reflections after Graduation by CCH Graduate Class of 2017

The Graduation Day was a most fantastic day. I couldn’t imagine it any better, it was fab!  I shall retain clear memories of certain parts of the day, Including Mike’s speech, which as always was inspiring and moving, and a reminder of how to live life and what is important. The humour as ever is […]

Homeopathy Students in Ghana

As some of you may be aware we support a homeopathy training project in Ghana. The Ghana Homeopathy Project (GHP) was set up by Linda Shannon, who is a long-standing lecturer here at CCH. The photo above is of the current 3rd year students who are based in Kumasi, Ghana. The GHP is a very […]

It’s not just about the remedy by Glenn (4th Year Student at CCH)

‘The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.’ Thomas Merton Homeopaths naturally have a strong focus upon finding the right remedy for a client. During the consultation, and […]

What got me in to Homeopathy by Dion Tabrett (CCH Senior Clinical Supervisor & Lecturer)

It was Monday night, band practice night. The only way to start the week. The band’s drummer had left and we were looking for a replacement. Four of my best friends where with me as we set up our guitars, microphones and keyboards and all watched our new drummer unpack and set up his snare […]

My Homeopathy Journey by Lucja Miniewska (CCH Student)

I am in my first year and it has been an amazing adventure so far! I never thought that I would be intrigued by Homeopathy, but somehow I started my course at the Contemporary College of Homeopathy in Bristol. The first time I came across homeopathy was when I was pregnant. I was working in […]

What to do when you are stuck? A CPD day with Mike Bridger

Many of you will already know, and have been inspired by Mike Bridger, our principal. Mike has over 35 years experience of both practice and teaching. He has taught at most of the colleges in the UK and internationally including Ireland, the USA, Iceland, Finland, Serbia and Turkey. Mike is talking at a CPD day […]

Have you thought about becoming a student supervisor? A letter from Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

The Contemporary College of Homeopathy is expanding and we are looking for homeopaths within the South West who would like to supervise our students. You don’t have to be a graduate from our college, although of course this would be useful in understanding our approach. Whatever your training or level of experience we’d love to hear […]

CCH And How I Got Here by Kathryn O’Shea (CCH Student)

I decided to study homeopathy after my experience of being treated homeopathically had changed my life in ways I could never have imagined. I was taking allopathic medication in ever increasing doses, and my situation was spiraling dramatically – within two days of homeopathic treatment the results were astounding. I stuck at it, and the […]