Our 3-Year Practitioner Program is an expansion of our successful original Vithoulkas E-Learning Program. It is based on the highest educational standards according to the principles of Samuel Hahnemann. The program is presented in a synchronous on-line classroom format. Students experience Prof. Vithoulkas’s lectures and observe patient intake and prescribing as if they are in his classroom. Video studies as well as live lectures and cases are presented by our North American Instructors and Faculty Members. Class discussion before, during and after each lecture presentation is encouraged and commenced in our distance learning classroom via Zoom where students can see and interact with their instructors and peers.

In May 2017, the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy’s 3-Year North American Practitioner Program began its journey towards full accreditation with ACHENA. IACH is currently undergoing the formal review process of the ACHENA Eligibility Application for Accreditation. This is a review process for schools and programs who seek accreditation through the Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA). ACHENA is currently reviewing IACH’s eligibility package, which was formally submitted on March 18, 2019, in order to ensure the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy’s 3-Year North American Practitioner Program meets all ACHENA Eligibility and Curriculum Standards in order to be considered for Accreditation. Prospective students can monitor our progress with ACHENA at the following link: http://achena.org/stakeholders/for-students/

– Program length: A total of over 1000 hours are included in this course, which includes the North American homeopathic school standard required minimum of 500 foundational/classroom hours in classical homeopathy, and 500 clinical hour requirements – up to 360 hours of observation and analysis and a minimum of 140 hours (documentation of 10 chronic cases independently taken and written up with two follow-ups each) supervised by various IACH DIHom, CCH-, DHANP-, CHO, or DHt-certified supervisors. The supervision and completion of all 10 supervised cases (which students must also provide evidence of for CHC certification) are included in this course, and all students must complete these 10 cases in order to obtain an IACH diploma in addition to GPA, final exam and attendance requirements for graduation.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

– Program duration: 3 years
– Program start: August 2019

The course is comprised primarily of:

  • Foundations of Homeopathy
  • Theory – homeopathic principles and practice
  • Materia Medica – covers description and keynotes of 177+ remedies (includes thecatalog of remedies required for study in the CHC Handbook for certification in North

    America)

  • Repertorization
  • Case Studies – Live and paper cases with in-depth analysis, long follow-up andprescribing strategies. Students observe Prof. Vithoulkas’s case-taking and take part

    in interactive analysis.

  • Case Taking and Clinical Supervision
  • Posology: The Science of Potency Selection and Repetition
  • Homeopathic History (North American and International)
  • Introduction to Homeopathic Pharmacology
  • Homeopathic Ethical Practice & Introduction to US Healthcare Law

Upon completion of the course, students take a final exam to obtain the Diploma from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy.