About CEDH

The Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy (CEDH) 

Founded in 1972, the aim of the CEDH is to give physicians the most reliable knowledge on homeopathy in a clear, pragmatic and clinical approach.

To learn homeopathy is not only to obtain new theoretical and practical knowledge, but also to acquire the know-how that will allow its integration into everyday medical practice.

The teaching methodology of the CEDH is based on:

  • Medical clinical reality
  • Homeopathic medicines as a therapeutic choice, based on their place in conjunction with other therapeutic possibilities
  • Reliability of the sources
  • References to current medical knowledge

Why study homeopathy?

Used by hundreds of thousands of physicians world-wide, homeopathy is one of the most popular medicines in the world and is progressing rapidly. Patients are increasingly in search of safe and natural alternatives. Homeopathic medicines present multiple advantages:

  • Clinically used for more than 200 years
  • Safe, non-toxic and without side effects
  • No interference with other medicines
  • Students can start incorporating homeopathy after the first class

Homeopathic medicines, regulated as drugs by the FDA (in Canada, regulated as drugs by Health Canada), can be used as first-line treatment for a large number of acute or chronic conditions, either alone or in conjunction with conventional medicines.

The teaching methodology of the CEDH is based on:

  • Medical clinical reality
  • Homeopathic medicines as a therapeutic choice, based on their place in conjunction with other therapeutic possibilities
  • Reliability of the sources
  • References to current medical knowledge

What is clinical homeopathy?

  • Homeopathy has been built on experience and observation; it was a pioneer in the emergence of clinical concepts. Therefore, it is a natural integral part of today’s medicine.
  • The method is the clinical one.
  • In medicine, homeopathy is a therapeutic amongst all other potential therapeutics.
  • The clinical indications found in the Materia Medicas are those considered as:
    – Reliable, validated in clinical practice
    – Consistent with current medical knowledge and the possibilities available with other therapeutics.
  • The clinical and extra-clinical symptoms guiding the use of homeopathic medicines are not just limited to those of the disease.  They include all symptoms uncovered during the clinical observation, including the ones arising from the patients individual reactions and those describing their characteristics and medical history, aside from their disease.
  • No system, method or classification can accurately take into account the specificity of each patient, nor replace the necessary experience of each physician.
  • Homeopathy is able to bring answers to the issues arising from cost-efficient care management.
  • Thanks to its semiological and therapeutic approach of the patient’s terrain and individual sensitivity, homeopathy allows for a more comprehensive diagnosis adapted to each patient’s case.: perimenopause, seasonal allergy prevention, migraine management, etc.
  • In addition to classic therapeutics, homeopathy can improve patients’ care with the design of a healthcare project tailored to their specific needs: hyperactive children, oncology patient follow-up, fibromyalgia, etc.

Key Points 

  • Lifetime membership is offered to students with Full Enrollment 
  • 3,000 physicians are being trained each year in more than 20 countries throughout the world
  • More than a thousand Health Care Professionals have taken the course in North America (USA & Canada).
  • A team of 80 physicians developed these teaching techniques
  • A clinical training in phase with today’s medicine
  • A balanced teaching methodology between know-how and know-to
  • More than 800 Health Care Professionals are on the CEDH web forum