We are delighted to be able to share an insight into life at our College (click on this post for YouTube link!). Of course, we love it here! But have you wondered what our students think, or how Salisbury Homeopathy College equips you for life as a practitioner, or want to just know more about studying with us? This lovely little film – and we are so grateful to the wonderful young woman who filmed and produced it – gives you a glimpse of life here. If you’d like to know more why not visit us on an Open Day or individual visit?
Amber Cadogan, Benji Goehl, Maria Olsen and Vivien Stratton are four of our graduates offering homeopathic treatment at ‘Salisbury Homeopathy Practice‘ – this is not part of our college but it feels like we are all part of the same team as we know our graduates so well! The fab four are now all Registered members of the Society of Homeopaths as their hard work at college has paid off and allows them to slot neatly into the Society of Homeopaths’ scheme for registration.
At Salisbury Homeopathy College we prepare you for working life as a homeopath. The skills that take four years to learn and develop and a life-time to hone would be wasted if students weren’t able to learn the necessary business and marketing skills to put themselves ‘out there’. Teams like Salisbury Homeopathy Practice [logo shown to the right] are a great example of walking the talk. With support from College Continual Professional Development workshops and supervision when required, students can go it alone or work as a team, but always have the support they need depending on their circumstances. Many of our graduates and staff are in practice, but if you’re looking for a low-cost introduction to homeopathy and would like to benefit from the experience of tutors at the College then have a look at the College’s Low-Cost Homeopathy Clinic.
We’d like to say a huge well done to you, Amber, Benji, Maria and Vivien – we wish you every success with your new venture!
Plan ahead and make time for you with this September’s new academic year! Learn a skill for life – short course or long course, the choice is yours!
Would you like to learn more about wellbeing, natural health and homeopathy in a relaxed but professional 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? Then a short course might be for you. Come along to our ‘Beginning Homeopathy’ Course 23-24 September, meet fellow students and enjoy a beautiful setting in central Salisbury. Our tutors are enthusiastic, professional, practising homeopaths and lecturers who want you to get the most from your learning. You could even use the weekend as a ‘taster’ if you’re considering a professional training or change of career. See here for more!
Or why not investigate a new career? Train part-time over 4 years, with 10 weekends a year in beautiful Salisbury – innovative teaching, one-to-one tutor support, become part of the college community and learn a life-changing, transformative way of viewing health and how to work with individual clients. Become the change you want to see in the world. Our four year licentiate course will prepare you for practice and it starts this autumn too. See here for more details.
A talk for homeopaths and therapists is taking final bookings.
‘Nutrition for Memory, Dementia and Alzheimer’s’, Friday 23 June 9.30am – 1pm, is a CPD talk for homeopaths and therapists in June given by Rowena Paxton for just £30. Certificates available. It will be held in central Salisbury.
Find out more or Book your place now – click HERE!
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.
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.
Simple care for healthy winters
- Early to bed – this is the time of year to conserve energy so a few early nights a week will pay oﬀ in the Spring.
- Drink plenty of ﬂuids – cold makes muscles contract and forces us to pass urine more frequently. cold drinks often don’t appeal so keep topped up with hot water and a slice of lemon/lime/orange or drink plenty of herbal teas as caﬀeine also acts as a diuretic!
- Changing winds bring damp or dryness; keep wrapped up and wear a hat to ward oﬀ the cold, dry chill from the northerlies and easterlies.
Consider consulting a homeopath for support with minor ailments or to review your health and treatment options.
2015 has been a busy year for me as a researcher and conference presenter! In June I was invited to present a poster at the HRI conference in Rome on Homeopathy as an alternative to antibiotics for otitis media. The conference was an exciting and dynamic event, and gave a great overview of current research happening in the homeopathic community. In contrast, the November Euroscicon conference, “Antibiotic resistance and antibiotic alternatives: Looking towards the future”, brought together international researchers from a spectrum of medical fields. I am pleased to say that my presentation “Should homoeopathy be considered as part of a treatment strategy for otitis media/OME?” was well received and led to by some interesting questions and discussion around the topic.
The conference highlight for me was a trip to Oslo as a guest speaker at the Norwegian Homeopathy Research Convention. Our hosts treated us royally, the city impressed us with its fabulous architecture and sculpture, while the spectacle of a huge red moon during the lunar eclipse was a sight to behold!
Finally I have been continuing my post- doctoral thesis on the emotional life of organisations, and in August I presented a paper on work to date at the European Sociological Association in Prague. My paper ‘Interaction Rituals and Jumbled Emotions Among “Relative Strangers: Simulated Patient Work on a Trainee Complementary Therapy Practitioner Program’ can be accessed at http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/5/3/2158244015595090.
Ali Fixsen teaches at Salisbury Homeopathy College and supervises a number of students with their cases.
October 10th welcomed potential students to our Professional Programme to our teaching site. It also welcomed back years 2-4 as they started their next Academic year. The sun did its best to shine, there was a buzz from refreshed students and much discussion of homeopathy was happening.
Year 1 for our new intake starts on November 7th and applications are still open. Many of our students look back and recall their hesitation to study and to commit their time to the course. Yet now they believe they made the right decision. Continue reading