Resources to help you study
Studying homeopathy is exciting and rewarding, contributing to personal as well as professional development.
We understand the level of commitment of time and effort required and take pride in offering an extensive collection of resources to support you.
As a Society Student member, you can choose from events featuring world class speakers, pick up study tips and advice, and attend online workshops designed with you in mind. Plus we’ll send you a starter pack full or advice, guidance and links to resources to support you as you explore setting up in practice*. Expand your network and develop your ideas by becoming part of our community.
*Free to Student Clinical & Student Plus with a nominal charge for Student Essentials
Recordings of past Student Workshops from 2020 to present day with a range of topics covering homeopathy and practice support including:
Top 10 remedies for plants with Camilla Sherr
An introduction to Bowel Nosodes with Anthony Bickley
Supervision with Caroline Schuck
An Introduction to the Table of Plants with Michal Yakir
The Value of collecting patient dat with Lucinda Torabi
How masculine and feminine dynamics impact homeopathic healing with Joel Kreisberg
Bulding a succesful and varied practice with Matt Pepper RSHom
Free to Student Plus & Student Clinical Members. Student Essential members - purchase recordings or upgrade to access and unlock your full benefits.
If you are beginning to take on supervised cases and thinking of setting up in practice, this is the place to go! You'll find important documents including our Code of Ethics and Scope of Practice as well as a useful starter pack for setting up in practice (free to Student Plus and Student Clinical members) and information on our My Practice events and films.
New Homeopath, is essential reading for student homeopaths today. With its bold and contemporary design, the journal clearly reflects the practice of homeopathy around the world today.
Available free to all student members in a digital format or subscribe to a printed version for just £30 per annum.