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What is the …Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy?

Monday, August 31, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Leah Konieczka
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By Shane McCamey
 
CEDH was founded in 1972 by request of European MD’s who wanted to incorporate homeopathy into  existing practices in a practical and precise method.

CEDH is an independent educational institute supported by unrestricted grants and has trained over 30,000 physicians in 20 countries in Clinical Homeopathy.
 
What is ‘Clinical Homeopathy’?
 
This training gives physicians reliable knowledge of homeopathy in a clear, pragmatic and clinical approach.  Homeopathic single medicines are prescribed by the “Clinically”-trained physician. Using concise case-taking techniques, assessing acute and chronic presentations at once, the clinician will often prescribe two or more medicines to be administered intercurrently. The success of the Clinical Homeopath in applying multiple single medicines parallels that of the herbalist who employs several herbs at once, or a nutritionist advising a multi-vitamin regimen instead of just one vitamin alone.
 
When does the Course Begin?
 
2020-2021 Virtual Training for Naturopaths and ND Students - 136 hours, 8 weekends   

Course begins November 2020, with Live Streaming
Practitioner: $1600.00
Resident/Student: $  600.00

CE Credits are available for Naturopathic Physicians in the US.
Fees include LifeTime Membership in Clinical Homeopathy network, and the ability to re-take classes without additional cost.
 
Visit www.cedhusa.org for full brochure, or,  Call Wendy Vannoy, ND (971) 275-6735

“The CEDH course helped me use homeopathic medicines more efficiently in my practice”, Wendy Vannoy ND, Synergy Womens Health Care, Portland.              
 



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