Case And Remedy Mapping by Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

In the early days I was taught that I should find the constitutional remedy for my patients. This later developed into a mad hunt for either the ‘essence’, ‘centre’ or ‘main delusion’  and probably all three, but I can’t really remember since I was so punch drunk from it all. I took some Cocculus and […]

Keep Mazes for the Monsters by Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

Homeopaths often grumble about how as a profession, it is difficult to make a living out of practicing. This is often explained away by blaming the media. True – the media is now so infected by a powerful lobby of so-called skeptics but these are really an odd mix of comedians,  magicians and odd folk led by a fanatical group […]

Our First Newsletter ~ Summer 2016

Welcome to our first CCH Newsletter keeping you up to date with life at the Contemporary College of Homeopathy. We want to keep building our CCH community and would love you to keep us updated with your homeopathy news – email us at info@conhom.com. If you would like to join our mailing list just drop us […]

Whooping Cough by Chantal Enders (Beginners Course Tutor)

Whooping cough, which is also known as pertussis or the hundred day cough, is a described as a highly contagious bacterial infection of the lungs and airways, caused by the Bordetella pertussis bacterium, which infects the lining of the airways – mainly the windpipe (trachea) and the two airways that branch off from it to […]

Homeopathy and the Postnatal Period by Jess (CCH Graduate)

This blog is exploring homeopathy and it’s uses during the post-natal period, where it can provide an invaluable support for both mother and baby. The postnatal period refers to the time immediately following birth and the 6 weeks following, in many traditional cultures this is understood to be a sacred time in which mothers and […]

Scarlet Fever & Homeopathy by Chantal Enders (Beginners Course Tutor)

Chantal teaches on our Beginners course here at CCH. These dynamic one day courses are ideal for those who are curious about health matters and would like to know about homeopathic treatment and what it offers. It is suitable for anyone who would like to be more informed about their health issues and the health of their […]

Building a Successful Practice by Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

This is a subject that is frequently talked about and of course is important to every college, as well as students and graduates. There are many seminars and workshops out there about building a successful practice these days  and I might as well ‘cut to the chase’ and say that many miss out the over-riding issue […]

Stress, drugs and homeopathy by Karen (CCH Graduate)

In this blog Karen explores the subject of natural immunity and questions why we get ill and how homeopathy can help. Alive and self-repairing! The human body.  When you stop and really think about it, we are all amazing!  We are very much alive and self-repairing with countless processes taking place constantly and imperceptibly to keep […]

Unplugged by Sarah Clarke (CCH graduate)

As their final project our 4th years from last year were required to write about what led them to study homeopathy. Here is Sarah’s….. Once upon a time, I lived in blissful ignorance where life was simple and uncomplicated.  There was no one to consider but myself and my own needs.  Although, I have always […]

Fighting the Skeptics By Dion Tabrett (CCH Lecturer

Here is the first in a series of blogs from one of CCH’s long-standing lecturer’s and clinic supervisor, Dion. Picture the scene… a party or a bar somewhere. Our intrepid blogger (that’s me!) has had a few drinks and is in deep conversation with another human. A male. The conversation started with “who do you […]