Certified classical homeopath (CCH)
Unlike many medical professionals a certified classical homeopath (CCH) will be certified by peers, others are licensed though the government such as a medical doctor (MD), a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), or a naturopathic doctor (ND). One thought is that these professional disciplines are capable of harming a patient. Thus, the government oversees their education, training, and work performance though a credentialing and re-credentialing processes. Homeopaths on the other hand do not pose such a risk when working with their clients. Homeopathy uses safes, nontoxic doses of natural substances to stimulate your body to heal itself.
Classical Homeopaths are certified through a peer review process. The certification exam offered by the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC) was recently restructured based on the input of practicing homeopaths in North America. Classical Homeopaths believe certification through peer evaluation is more appropriate for their profession.
Michelle completed three years of instructional classroom work and passed the CHC exam. Her classroom work and practicum involved cases of live clients in the clinical laboratory of the Teliosis Homeopathic Collaborative in Newton, Massachusetts. Michelle continues to work with a supervising mentor on a prescribed number of chronic cases to complete her certification.