An introduction to Instagram is the latest online course offered by the Society on the Nimble e-learning platform. Instagram enables users to share photos and videos and is reckoned to be a ...
One year after its relaunch, the Society’s New Homeopath journal continues to attract positive reviews from the homeopathic community for its look and feel and its fearlessness in tackling ...
After nearly 5 years as the Society’s Chief Executive, Mark Taylor is to retire later in the year. Mark, who previously worked in arts and museums, joined the Society in early 2015 and has ...
Many people return from their summer holiday refreshed and with a determination to make a few changes in their lives – including finding a new, more fulfilling career. Training to become a ...
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Promoting young people’s emotional health and wellbeing
28 Sep 2019
Following the very successful mental health symposium in November 2018, we are organising a similar event this autumn, focusing on ways homeopathy can improve the mental and emotional health of ...
Everyone needs a healthcare professional they can trust – one who’s trained to rigorous standards, bound by a strict code of ethics, and subject to independent regulation. That’s what the Society of Homeopaths stands for. We’re the UK’s largest group of professional homeopaths, and the only dedicated register accredited by the Professional Standards Authority, an agency set up by the government to protect the public.
We work to uphold standards of homeopathic care, support our members in their practices, and help their patients back to good health. We ensure that the letters RSHom are your guarantee of a well-trained, registered and insured professional homeopath.