Welcome to the American Medical College of Homeopathy.
Those who hear the call to serve humanity as a healer often choose homeopathy as a career. They do so because they perceive that medicine should treat the whole person, doing so in a safe and gentle way that works with the body’s innate healing potential.
Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that is set upon principles that are hundreds of years old. Homeopathy is the second most common form of alternative medicine in the world today and the fastest growing. It is safe, inexpensive and curative of chronic disease. In homeopathic medicine, we strive to meet the needs of today’s patients.
Homeopathy is based on fundamental principles that have been used effectively in healing for thousands of years. These principles help to make homeopathy a distinct system of health care and guide the practice of homeopathic medicine.
Homeopathic education is different from many other fields of education. At bottom, it is learning about all life. It is extraordinarily broad in its scope.
True learning gets to the heart of what it is to be human. It gives us the capacity to recreate ourselves, to do what we never could do before and to change our relationship to the world. Homeopathic education changes the student, providing new ways of seeing and perceiving the world. There is a deep need inside each of us for this kind of learning.
At AMCH, we provide a collaborative, inspiring learning environment that provides a solid foundation for practice. We have a community of exceptional and dedicated healers and provide a student-oriented faculty. We strive to create an intellectually stimulating and emotionally satisfying environment of inquiry.
We offer a 1200 hour homeopathic practitioner certificate program (campus based and online), 40 hour acute care program, 40 and 50 hour self-paced learning programs in homeopathy, 35 hour integrative medicine self-paced learning program, and homeopathic preceptorship programs.
We provide both high quality academic and clinical education. Central to our curriculum philosophy is clinical training that comprises much of our curriculum. We also place strong value on individualized learning, humanism, self-awareness and community as integral parts of the education of being a healer.
Todd Rowe MD, MD(H), CCH, DHt