Author Archives: The College Of Homeopathy

From a Hostile Environment to the Joy’s of Life: Homeopathy Leads the Way by Huda (CCH Student)

Human beings are sensory creatures. We’re all sensitive to emotions or to stimuli around us. But what happens when it’s a physical sensitivity? What happens when you’re reacting to something all around you? That’s the case with a growing number of people in the UK. Allergies are on the increase and living with an allergy […]

Waiting for Covid-19 by Alison (CCH Student)

There is an eery silence in vacant streets of Ireland, some have described it like a ghost town with a depressing feeling. The birds are singing in clear skies and the network of Facebook, Instagram, Podcasts and Whats app arebuzzing with updates of numbers of cases and number of deaths as people try to communicate […]

A Trip to the Ghana Homeopathy Project by Mike Bridger (CCH Principal)

It was a brilliant trip and, above all things, reminded me of what a brilliant therapy we practitioners have at our fingertips. Ghana is a wonderful country, the people a joy and it always amazes me how those in poverty or close to poverty seem to be cheerier and more vital than their affluent western […]

The Organon: A Treasure Chest by Kate (CCH Graduate)

I’ve always known how to talk to people.  I love hearing their stories.  However difficult their situation was, my sympathy was easily and readily given.  Am I just a nosy busybody? I like to think not and that I was merely practising my consultation skills long before I realised I even wanted to be a […]

The 21st Century Homeopath – What’s it like to be Graduating in 2019 (By Anne CCH Student)

We live at present in a very polarised world. People’s views seem strong, fixed, often intolerant of alternative perspectives, and a true rounded debate and an open exchange on most issues seems sadly lacking from much of the news coverage. Within this environment many of our current established structures from Parliament through to our NHS […]

Update From The Ghana Homeopathy Project

The Ghana Homeopathy project (GHP) was set up by Linda Shannon, one of our long-standing lecturers here at CCH. Here is a recent picture of year 2 from the four year course. As you can see the college is flourishing with students who come from all over Ghana, to attend lectures once a month. The […]

Homeopathy For Exam Anxiety by Priscille (CCH Graduate & Homeopath)

Are you taking an exam this year? Are you feeling anxious? Do you struggle with revising? Keep on reading, this article will give you some practical advice and suggest a few homeopathic remedies which can be taken either during revision or on the day of the exam to help with anxiety. Here are some simple […]

Homeopathy for School Children by Priscille (CCH Graduate)

School is a very important part of a child’s life; indeed they will spend most of their waking hours at school during term time. The influence of school is also a key-stone in the foundation of their future adult life and therefore it is important that children stay healthy and happy at school. In this […]

A Stroke of Homeopathic Genius in Allihies by Tom Farrrington MVB MRCVS VetMFHom

There is nothing like learning from a master Homeopath unless you further combine wonderful teaching with fun, a relaxed friendly atmosphere and a beautiful location with fabulous food. (Thank you Karen Austin for the beautiful food.. more about your recipe book later).  This has been the Allihies Experience for the past 10 years for those […]

My Homeopathic Journey Through Autism by Lauren (CCH Graduate)

I discovered homeopathy long before I had my own children. I remember looking forward to my monthly appointment with my homeopath where I was always able to take the time to discuss whatever little detail was prevalent in my life. At the end of the session I would get my prescription which would always be […]