Welcome to the AMCofH at PIHMA Center for Professional Education & Development

Established in 1999, the AMCofH at PIHMA homeopathic programs have been a leader in Homeopathic Education and Research. Our online and classroom-based programs make homeopathy accessible to all those who long to embrace and practice this effective system of medicine.

The AMCofH homeopathic programs are owned and operated by the PIHMA Center for Professional Education & Development (CPED). While founded within the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA) as a center of excellence providing education and professional development, PIHMA CPED was spun off into its own separate, stand-alone company in 2019 as a way of enabling the new company to grow in its service to Licensed Healthcare Providers.  The AMCofH programs at PIHMA CPED are one part of a broader mission to serve allied health providers and to further educational opportunities.

We are a community of healers, students, teachers, researchers, and lovers of humanity and the natural world. We are wonderers and lifelong learners. We have a collective vision for healing in our communities. We hail from all around the globe and we bring talents and gifts to share with the world.

Homeopathy is among the more common forms of alternative medicine used today. It is safe, inexpensive, and curative, a gentle method of helping to restore long-lasting health. Here at PIHMA CPED we are committed to transforming lives through outstanding homeopathic education, research, and clinical services.

We hope you will consider joining us.

Letter from the Homeopathic Program Founder

NOTE: As of May 2019, the 3-Year Homeopathic Practitioner Program was moved to the PIHMA Center for Professional Education & Development (CPED). This move has given the CPED team the opportunity to work to re-engineer aspects of the program to take advantage of advancements in the integrative healthcare environment and to more fully meet the opportunities that may be presented to you upon completion. The Practitioner Program is scheduled to resume in Spring 2020.