With the very best alternative therapy vacancies including homeopath jobs search the fitmap for new career opportunities. Homeopaths works on the principle of 'like cures like'. By giving minute quantities of a substance, which at full strength would be harmful, they are often able to stimulate the body's own natural healing powers.
Homeopaths treat a wide range of mental, emotional and physical symptoms in people of all ages. It is commonly used for conditions such as sore throats, fevers, arthritis, eczema and hay fever. There is no set route to become a homeopath, but there are several professional organizations that offer membership schemes to suitably qualified practitioners.
The Society of Homeopaths (SOH) approves courses that lead to a diploma or degree in Homeopathic Medicine - these usually take three years full-time or four years part-time. Alternatively, The Homeopathic Medical Association (HMA) requires that members have a qualification in homeopathy, for example a diploma, plus 100 hours of supervised practice.
Typical entry requirements for a diploma include four GCSEs, with at least one science subject, and one or two A levels, again with at least one science subject. For a degree, five GCSEs plus two or three A levels would be the norm.
There are also postgraduate courses available for qualified medical practitioners or health care professionals such as dentists, pharmacists, nurses, midwives or podiatrists. Qualified practitioners are usually required undertake a programme of continuing professional development - this will vary according to which professional body they are registered with.
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