Faculty

Faculty are at the core of AMCH. They bring extensive experience in homeopathy, clinical treatment and teaching to our programs. A core value of AMCH is the success of students. Faculty are critical to this aspect of our college, and are trained and encouraged to work with students to ensure their success.

  • Dhvani Buch DHMS

    Faculty Member; Academic Affairs Consultant

    Dhvani Buch is a certified Homeopathic doctor. She has obtained her BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery) degree from India. She has undergone an extensive five-and-a-half years training in Homeopathy with the study of basic life sciences and medical subjects and an extensive study of homeopathic subjects including Organon, Materia medica, Homeopathic philosophy and Pharmacy. She has also undergone externship at the famous Mumbadevi Hospital in Mumbai, India. During her stay in Mumbai she has been fortunate enough to get in touch with the renowned homeopaths like Dr.Shankaran, Dr.Sunil anand, Dr.Sudhir baldotta, Dr.Divya chhabra, Dr.Farookh master and many more. Dhvani is a regular participant at the Homeopathic conferences and seminars. She has also delivered lectures about homeopathy and its practice in India and Usa. She is a member of the HMAI(Homeopathic Medical Association of India). She is also a member of the MHA(Minnesota Homeopathic Association). She has a passion for teaching and believes that “to teach is to change lives forever”. She has also contributed to homeopathy by participating in the public awareness programs in Connecticut, Usa. She is actively involved in the various group discussions in homeopathy in CT, Minnesota and India.
  • Loretta Butehorn PhD, CCH

    Faculty Member

    Loretta Butehorn, Ph.D., CCH is a licensed psychologist and a trained homeopath. Her psychological training was quite eclectic and combines developmental psychology, cognitive behavioral theory, family systems, psychodynamic conceptualizations and transpersonal approaches. In addition to her traditional training, since 1985 Dr. Butehorn has extensively explored complementary and alternative approaches to health, recovery and healing. She developed the first course in complementary/alternative therapies ever presented at Boston College; a course she continues to offer each year. She has extensive training in shamanism, hypnosis, EMDR, DBT and Thought Field Therapy and is a Fellow of the British Institute of Homeopathy. Dr Butehorn is Co Director of Teleosis School of Homeopathy in Boston, and Director of the Homeopathic Counseling Program. In addition to teaching both undergraduate psychology students and graduate management students at Boston College in the College of Advancing Studies, Dr. Butehorn consults and teaches nationally on topics of homeopathy,health and recovery, substance abuse/addiction and treatment, violence, family work and child welfare. She has a private practice in Boston consulting with both psychological and homeopathic clients.
  • Carol Carrell NMD

    Faculty Member; Academic Affairs Consultant

    Carol A. Carrell, NMD, is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Tempe, Arizona. She holds a MA in marital family therapy from Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA; a BS in Health Services Administration from University of Phoenix, San Jose, CA. She was an adjunct professor in the graduate program at Azusa Pacific University where she taught advanced developmental psychology, child therapy and alcohol and drug education. In addition, she has taught at California State University, Humboldt in the psychology department, a class in family relationships in contemporary society. During her 15 years in health services administration she helped to shape legislative efforts in California by serving on the California State Health Care Services Committee. She was one of the youngest elected delegates to the 1981 California State White House Conference on Aging representing Alameda County. In addition she sat on the advisory boards for Merritt College and Ohlone College. Publication includes “Who Will Heal the Little Ones? Helping Child Victims” in “Sexual Misconduct in Counseling and Ministry”. During her employment with Humboldt County Mental Health Department she was a clinical supervisor of both licensed therapists and interns. Dr. Carrell is a writer and photographer with a special emphasis on nature photography
  • Melanie Chimes MD, MD(H), CCH

    Faculty Member

    Dr. Melanie Chimes graduated from the University of Witwatersrand Medical School in 1986. She completed her residency in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University in 1990. She has studies homeopathy since 1997 and became a licensed homeopathic physician in Arizona in 1998. She is board certified in homeopathic medicine through the Council on Homeopathic Certification. She has a private practice in classical homeopathy in Tucson, Arizona.
  • Jodi Decker EdD

    Faculty Member

    Dr. Jodi Decker earned her Ed.D in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University, her M.Ed in Higher and Adult Education from Arizona State University, and her B.A. in Communication from Arizona State University. She has taught extensively in the university, community college, and private post-secondary school systems. She is also an ethics trainer for a state agency. Dr. Decker has won recognition for her teaching and writing endeavors.
  • Deepa Dilikar BHMS, MPH

    Faculty MEmber

    Deepa Dillikar has completed her Bachelors in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) from India with academic honors where she worked as a faculty for Anatomy, Physiology and Materia Medica. He is a fast learn and an organized and diligent instructor. She assisted students in case taking during their clinic internship. In May 2008, she joined the Masters in Public Health program where she worked as a teaching adn research assistant for the public health courses. She actively participated in the asthma projects at the Miami Dade County. Her work on the connection between asthma in children and their proximity to high wards has been documents in posters and presented at the American Public Health Conferences and the 60th and 61st Annual Florida Environmental Health Association Conferences. Currently, she has one paper submitted for publication based on research conducted on Miami Dade County homes occupied by asthmatic children, and one paper in process that contains meta-analysis of air pollution from highways. She has extensive research experience. In addition to her research background and work on asthma dn public health, she also holds a Diploma in Homeopathy followed by CCH certification from the Council on Homeopathic Certification. Her Master's in Public Health and her extensive background in Homeopathy indicates her commitment towards community health care and dedication to spread the knowledge of homeopathy.
  • Francisco Xavier Eizayaga MD, PhD

    Faculty Member; Academic Affairs Consultant

    Francisco Xavier Eizayaga MD; PhD (Universidad Maimonides – Medicine); MD (Universidad del Salvador – MD)
  • Juergen Gadau PhD

    Faculty Member

    My research contributes to our understanding of the genetic basis and architecture of speciation, species differences and adaptation. I am using social and solitaire insects and a wide range of genetic and genomics tools to describe how epigenetic and genetic variations in concert with expression differences generate qualitative and quantitative variations in the observed phenotypes, i.e. morphology, physiology and behavior. I am also interested to understand the interaction between nuclear and mitochondrial encoded genes in the production of ATP and how this interaction contributes to speciation, adaptation and the evolution of complex traits.
  • Garry Gordon MD, DO, MD(H)

    Garry F. Gordon received his Doctor of Osteopathy in 1958 from the Chicago College of Osteopathy in Illinois. He received his honorary MD degree from the University of California Irvine in 1962 and completed his Radiology Residency from Mt. Zion in San Francisco, California in 1964. For many years, he was the Medical Director of Mineral Lab in Hayward, California, a leading laboratory for trace mineral analysis worldwide. Dr. Gordon is on the Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners for Arizona and is Co-Founder of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). He is Founder/President of the International College of Advanced Longevity (ICALM) and Board Member of International Oxidative Medicine Association (IOMA). With Morton Walker, DPM, Dr. Gordon co-authored The Chelation Answer. He is advisor to the American Board of Chelation Therapy and past instructor and examiner for all chelation physicians. He is responsible for Peer Review for Chelation Therapy in the State of Arizona. As an internationally recognized expert on chelation therapy, Dr. Gordon is now attempting to establish standards for the proper use of oral and intravenous chelation therapy as an adjunct therapy for all diseases. He lectures extensively on The End Of Bypass Surgery Is In Sight. Currently, Dr. Gordon is full-time consultant for Longevity Plus, a nutritional supplement company located in Payson, Arizona.
  • Linda Johnston MD, DHt

    Faculty Member

    A native of Seattle, I received my medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1979. After completing an Internship at the University of California, Davis, I moved to Los Angeles, California and established a private practice in general medicine. Realizing the shortcomings of modern medicine, I began a practice of Classical Homeopathy in 1986. I am proud to be recognized as one of the few medical doctors in the United States to be Board Certified in Homeopathy by the American Board of Homeotherapeutics (D.Ht.). If you are here to investigate Homeopathy or to research my background and medical activities, I hope you find what you require. If you wish to contact me, please use this address or phone number.

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