CCHM Journal

Homeopaths Working Together- Yes, YOU Are A Stake Holder in the Process of Regulation!

On Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011, at 6:15pm, a room filled with homeopaths had the pleasure to meet Eden Gajraj, Public Member and listen to Basil Ziv, Registrar, and Janet Blanchard, Policy and Communications Officer of the Transitional Council of the College of Homeopaths of Ontario, speak publicly. Wow, was it ever an education!

Sowing the Seeds for a United Homeopathic Profession in Ontario

Just over a year ago the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (CCHM) sponsored a weekend seminar on Pediatrics by Farokh Master and Kim Elia.  During this weekend, Joyce Edge, our Director of Admissions, had an idea.  Would it be possible to bring the Homeopathic community together?

Let's Celebrate Our Evolution!

I am so grateful to be working at CCHM! It’s not every day that you get to celebrate with great people, eat hors d'oeuvres, and amazingly enough with one or two celebrity homeopaths.

Champagne cocktail in one hand. Check.

Camera in the other. Check. Click to view our photos

Study Week: Making Homeopathy Come Alive

Distance and on-line education are becoming a more popular choice for students wishing to continue their education but who, for whatever reason, are not able to come to class.  It offers flexibility and the opportunity for students to study at their own pace and often, from their own homes.

WHY HOMEOPATHY ROCKS!

It works!

Find Out More About Our Teaching Clinic

 

The Teaching Clinic at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine:

What's New at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine

Our New Look:

In our last blog post, you heard about many of the changes happening at CCHM.  You can also see many of these changes at the College's office.  Our reception area is freshly painted with a beautiful light blue colour that creates a profound feeling of calm.  Our new logo is also on display.

A time of transition and growth - and a new name

The pouring rain outside reminds me that Spring is on its way, at least I really hope it is.  Spring is a time of transition and growth.  It is a time when we change from being more self-reflective to a time in which we begin nurturing life and growth.  In just a few weeks, the first sign of spring will be evident- usually seen in the crocus and lily shoots sprouting out of the ground.  It feels like they are shouting out that t

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