Southern Oregon Homeopathy
I discovered homeopathy in 1985 when I got fed up with my migraine medication. I began studying at the National Center for Homeopathy, then advanced through The Five Elements Center (NJ), Teleosis School (NYC), and Luminos Homeopathy (NYC). In1995, I interned for 6 months in the NYC office of Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH, a homeopathic chiropractor. Few homeopaths in the U.S. get such clinical mentoring.
By 1996, I had more than double the hours of study required to qualify for the national certification exam, which I passed to become a Certified Classical Homeopath (CCH). A year later, I wrote a clinical summary about a difficult case, which, along with additional coursework, garnered me a Homeopathic Master Clinician diploma (HMC).
In 1995, the National Center for Homeopathy asked me to co-author their first study workbook. I’ve written dozens of articles about homeopathy for magazine and newspapers, and have taught homeopathy many times throughout my career. I have studied with most of the global leaders in homeopathy, and they remain my teachers for continuing education.
One reason I got my CCH is to encourage insurance providers to cover homeopathy, so more consumers can afford it. The insurance industry will never cover a service without rigorous uniform qualification standards.
Midwives and acupuncturists take national certification exams. Shouldn't your homeopath?
The CCH after my name proves I passed the toughest credentialling exam for professional homeopaths.
Current law permits anyone to treat you with homeopathy, even if they have no homeopathy credentials at all.
The Council for Homeopathic Certification addresses this problem. They administer the national CCH exam for Certified Classical Homeopaths. You can't even take this exam without years of study at approved homeopathy schools, submitting cases for board review, passing college-level anatomy and physiology and taking CPR. There's a rigorous personal interview, too.
Those who dabble in homeopathy, or add a little homeopathy to whatever else they do rarely' have the tools or training to hit your constitutional nail on the head. You may waste money and come to the erroneous conclusion that homeopathy doesn't work.
Kate Morse is not a doctor. There is no licensing of homeopaths in Oregon. Her work does not replace the work of a doctor. Information in this website has not been reviewed by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. The information contained in this website is for educational purposes only and shall not constitute legal or medical advice.
Copyright 2011 Kate Morse, CCH, HMC. Certified Classical Homeopath. All rights reserved.