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Homeopathy Course

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  • 18-03-2022 9:26pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 365 ✭✭


    Is there anyone here that has done a homeopathy course recently or is doing one at present? I’m talking about the 4 year professional course. It’s a huge commitment, in terms of the cost & the time needed to do it. Working in a job where I feel like a square peg in a round hole if you know what I mean….



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  • Registered Users Posts: 7 Amylee123


    Hi. I completed a four year practitioners course in homeopathy, resulting in a licence to practice homeopathy, awarded by the college, which closed a couple of years following graduation. My award is recognised by the Irish society of homeopaths, but unfortunately it is not recognised by QQI/Hetac etc. It was an enjoyable yet challenging course. I never successfully worked or could earn a living as a homeopath. Many don't. It was expensive but can be life changing and you will certainly open your mind. If you have the money, I'd recommend it. I wouldn't enrol if you want to make money. It is a vocation. I still feel like a square peg in a round hole, though have had to work at a 9-5 desk job to earn a living. I wasn't happy and left that job and am on the road again to study. This time I'm studying for a level 8 degree in the creative arts. I will probably return to a desk job after but needs must. It's important to keep opening the mind, challenging yourself and learning. A job pays the bills however. Good luck with your path. Keep curious, the journey is wonderful!



  • Registered Users Posts: 35 Da Witch of Da West


    Hmm... I was considering homeopathy as a study option a while back. But after researching my options, I concluded that it won't be a reliable way to support myself financially in the future. So it was left as a hobby option but never grew into a professional path.



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