Fancy a change of career, with part-time learning?

Are you interested in healing?  Is natural medicine important to you?

Would you like to work one to one, earning a living by working the hours to suit your needs?

Sample one of our lectures at our Open Day 8 April

Sample one of our lectures at our Open Day 8 April

Then why not find out more about homeopathy as a career at our Open Day on Saturday 8 April, 2-5pm.  Our Award-Winning College provides outstanding, tutor supported education to people from a range of learning backgrounds.  The professional course is degree-equivalent, vocational and will equip you to run your own homeopathic practice as well as apply for professional membership from the Society of Homeopaths.  We also offer Continuing Professional Development for our graduates to help them keep up to date with skills and further develop their learning.

You will have the chance to spend time at our college, meet students, attend a sample lecture.  We offer 1-2 day short courses in Homeopathy, a one year part-time foundation course and a 4 year part-time professional, licentiate course.

So what are you waiting for? Reserve your place by clicking here

Join our Beginners Course 11-12 March

Beginning HomeopathyWould you like to learn more about homeopathy in a relaxed environment? Maybe you would enjoy a practical course, with lots of interactive learning and innovative teaching?  Would you like to be able to use a home remedy kit to use on friends and family?

Why not come along to our ‘Beginning Homeopathy’ Course in March, meet fellow students and enjoy a beautiful setting in central Salisbury.  You could even use it as a ‘taster’ if you’re considering a professional training or change of career.  See here for more!

Talks for all in Fabulous February

Nutrition, fevers, measles, mumps and rubella – February has it all!  Expert lectures Rowena Paxton, Nutritionist and Dr Jayne Donegan, Homeopathic GP and expert on immunity are coming to Salisbury on Sunday 12 February and you’re all invited.

photo-for-nyrRowena Paxton, who has worked for the Food Doctor and is based in Salisbury, will be talking about Nutrition for Children and Parents 9.30am -1pm in central Salisbury.  Learn how to nourish your family in the midst of conflicting and confusing advice about diet and health (advance booking essential)

From 2pm Dr Jayne Donegan, Homepathic Physician, will be talking about fevers and nursing children through acute illness, looking at paracetamol and NICE guidelines but in a holistic way to support immunity.  Really know what the best action to take is – or therapists, come and learn how to advice your clients and patients.  She will also be looking at Measles, Mumps and Rubella – what is better, the disease or the vaccination? A thorny topic, but your chance to learn facts about the illnesses themselves, and what you can do about them (advance booking essential).jayne-donegan

We look forward to seeing you – just click on the links to find out more or to book your places. Spaces are limited, so first come, first served.

Advent Inspiration for you

advent-1Enjoy some inspiration on us! Throughout advent we’ll be sharing some inspiration quotes and ideas about health and homeopathy. From great philosophers to leading homeopaths, remedy quotes to healthcare tips, we’ll give you something to lift your heart or to ponder for each day of advent.  Find these on our facebook page – click ‘like’ and turn notifications ‘on’ to see these daily on your news feed.

CPD: Travelling Homeopath to talk about must-have books in January!

We are delighted that well-known homeopath and author, Richard Pitt CCH, is coming to visit and lecture in January. Richard is travelling from his home in Kenya to the UK, and will be teaching in Salisbury on Sunday 15 January offering two sessions.  He is the author of 4 homeopathic books, including The Natural Medicine Guide for Travel and Home and Comparative Materia Medica – Integrating New and Old Remedies. Richard is also Editor of the California Homeopath, a journal of the California Homeopathic Medical Society.

In the morning session Richard will hare his knowledge of homeopathy in many acute and travel conditions. Richard discusses tropical conditions such as malaria, typhoid and dengue.  He will also show how to take acute cases in challenging situations, and with many examples of acute prescribing in rural African clinics. In the afternoon he will discuss Comparative Materia Medica, looking at miasms and nosodes.

Richard originally trained in the UK at the College of Homeopathy, Tiverton, between 1981-1984 and also studied in Greece and India. He practised in the UK until 1988, when he moved to the USA and spent the next 20 years working there. He was Director of the Pacific Academy of Homeopathy in San Francisco for 12 years, a founding board member and President of the Council for Homeopathic Certification, serving on the board for 17 years, a member of the California Homeopathic Medical Society and the California Health Freedom Coalition, which passed seminal health freedom bill in California.

Richard  is Educational Director of the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine, and is working on a 5 year project to integrate homeopathy into the healthcare system in Kenya. He has also lived in Malawi and Ghana, working on homeopathic projects.materia-medica-richard-pitt

To book – follow the link and scroll to choose your events.  There is a discount for booking both sessions so why not make a full day of it, enjoying beautiful Salisbury or our homeopathic community during your lunch break.


Open Day Sunday 25 September

Sunday 25 September, 10am – 1pm

Come and join us to find out more about studying homeopathy at our professional, friendly college in the heart of beautiful Salisbury! 

Our four year part-time professional licentiate course qualifies you to become a homeopath whilst providing you all the homeopathic, professional and personal skills to run your own practice and make a living from this wonderful profession.

On our degree-equivalent, vocational course you can learn how to help people, about the philosophy, history and remedies of homeopathy, about anatomy and physiology as well as reflect on your own practice and needs as a homeopath. Our award-winning classes are innovative and numbers are small enough to allow lots of time for your questions – and our tutor-based support is second to none!  It doesn’t matter what level of academic background you have, come and find out more about the flexibility offered by part-time study.

During the Open Day you can meet staff, talk to students and sit in on a sample lecture to really get the feel of our college and answers to all your questions.  Feel free to bring a packed lunch and join us if you’d like to talk some more with students over lunch!

More information and to book a place


New Beginning Homeopathy Course – 24-25 September


We’re very excited to announce that we’re running a new 2 day Beginners Homeopathy flower-350493_640course!  This is a stand-alone course for both beginners and those with some experience of homeopathy already.  It will run during our teaching weekend in September, Saturday 24 – Sunday 25, in central Salisbury, and is also ideal for those thinking of becoming a practitioner who want to dip their toe in the water and study at our award winning college.  This course is also the foundation for an advanced module for those that want to learn more.  Taught by professional homeopaths, this course has full course notes and looks at 42 remedies in detail. See more:

  • Our course is on facebook (like our page and turn notifications on to receive all updates);
  • Visiting our Starting Your Learning page for more information.

The end of the academic year!

What a fabulous weekend we’ve just had!  Our teachingSHC Cream tea jul 2016 compressed year culminated in our annual July cream tea, held in our beautiful central-Salisbury garden, where we got to say goodbye to our wonderful 4th years as their last teaching weekend came to an end.  They have worked hard and learned a huge amount about homeopathy, themselves and each other over the many teaching weekends spent together. They have a little more to do to finish off before they graduate next year.  We’re looking forward to the graduation and seeing them again soon at our busy programme of beginner and advanced events for both homeopaths and non-homeopaths which start again in September (see our talks page to register for our email list)

We celebrated our last weekend with a ‘Desert Island Discs’ afternoon where all years worked together to present chosen remedies with great humour and passion. There were songs and even film clips to represent each remedy with some great acting from students being memorably in character as different remedies! A busy weekend with an Open Day and mini-SHC lecture Jul 2016introductory homeopathy course too.

A full programme for next year is already on its way. We start in September with ‘fours’ – our four year licentiate course and our four day ‘Homeopathy at Home’ Course suitable for beginners and those with some knowledge of homeopathy!  We will also be bringing back our one day ‘Introduction to Homeopathy Course’ soon.

New research position for SHC lecturer at the Society of Homeopaths

SHC_staff photo_AFOur lecturer, Alison Fixsen RSHom has joined the Research Consultancy team at the Society of Homeopaths. Alison has been developing research interests for some years and is a qualified homeopath with over twenty years of clinical and fifteen years of supervisory experience.  The Society is the main registering body for homeopaths and provides external accreditation for UK homeopathy courses.

Her areas of health and research interests are broad. She has developed ethically approved research bids and projects, conducted mixed-methods research in several healthcare settings, including the NHS, and has written and published in peer-reviewed journals and homeopathy magazines on a wide range of topics related to mental and emotional health, including otitis media, postnatal depression and prescription drug dependence.  In addition to her undergraduate lectures, Alison recently presented a CPD (graduate level) session at Salisbury Homeopathy College  ‘Homeopathy in the age of antibiotic resistance: treating common and resistant infections’.

We are delighted that Alison is able to work in this important area at national level with the Society of Homeopaths.  This is a credit to her professionalism and expertise. Alison is also a part time Senior Lecturer and Disability Tutor in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Westminster, external examiner for the MSc Homeopathy at UCLAN, and senior lecturer for Salisbury Homeopathy College.