Tag Archives: college

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 […]

Review of the Orion Postgraduate Course 2016 by Gill Graham

I am, like so many of you, a busy person and therefore careful with how I spend my time. I qualified as a homeopath 7 years ago, did a years post graduate course in Canada and since then have attended several seminars and conferences. My crazy schedule demands that I have no choice but to […]

Shaken, Not Stirred! By CCH First Year Student

The first weekend of the Four Year Professional Training Course at The Contemporary College of Homeopathy in Bristol was both eye-opening and entertaining. I will be attending one weekend a month over the next four years and I am a spanking new first year to the college although not new to homeopathy. I was introduced […]

Teaching & Friendship in Istanbul by Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

People might think that as a college in the South West of England our students travel to college on combine harvesters, with straws sticking out if their mouths, and that the only proving we do are different varieties of cider (mother tinctures of course!).  We are small it is true but then so are our […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]