Caduceus Institute offers three levels of certification:
Certificate in Acute Homeotherapeutics upon successful completion of module one. With this certificate, you are eligible to join the Homeopathy Compassion Network for additional free training and support in using homeopathy to help your community during difficult times.
Certificate in Foundations of Homeopathy upon successful completion of modules one through six (CF Hom)
Certificate in Professional Homeopathy (CPH) upon successful completion of modules one through six, plus practicum and clinical modules A, B, and case supervision module — OR completion of 6 online clinical series (30 sessions) plus case supervision module.
We support our students who wish to pursue NASH registration. Certification or registration is not the same as licensure — licenses to practice homeopathy are not available in most states. Certification and registration affirm your competence in homeopathy but will not enhance your legal status to practice.
Please contact us for details or if you have questions about certification options.
The NASH requires 500 classroom hours, all of which can be obtained via distance learning.
Here is how you can get your classroom hours through our program:
Phase One: Foundational Course consists of Modules One through Six — 300 hours.
Fee: $500 each for modules 1-5, $700 for module 6 plus registration. You can register for one module at a time if you like.
Upon successful completion of Modules 1-6, we offer CF Hom. certification (Certificate in Foundations of Homeopathy).
Phase Two: Practicum module consists of 33 actual cases — you are guided through an analyses of each one. 200 hours.
Fee: $750 plus registration
UNSOLICITED ENDORSEMENT OF PRACTICUM MODULE
The Practicum module was a great exercise and I learned a lot. It really sharpened my case analysis skills. I’m now using the Practicum questions for my own cases because they help bridge the gap between the words of the client and the words of the repertory so nicely. So this module helped me in this nebulous area the most. It also sharpened my knowledge of the miasms. Every serious student or practitioner should take it.
Gail Wilson, Milbrae, CA
For the CPH certficate, you need 250 hours of clinical training plus 5 of your own cases that are supervised by a Certified Classical Homeopath. Clinical training is essential if you are planning to use your homeopathic skills in a professional practice.
Here is how you get the required clinical hours:
Phase One: Clinical Modules A&B consist of DVD cases that are sent to you individually, at your own pace. You take the case from the DVD and send in your analyses according to the format we provide.
Clinical Program A: 30 DVD cases @5 hours per case= 150 hours
Fee: $850 plus registration
Clinical Program B: Additional video cases for a total of 100 hours
Fee: $575 plus registration
New Option! Instead of these pre-recorded modules A&B, you can attend 30 sessions of online clinic and write up each case you see. You can contact us for details on this exciting clinical option!
Phase Two: Case Supervision 5 cases with 2 follow ups per case to conclude the certification requirements. The intern submits a full case, including analyses, for supervision.
Fee: $600 plus registration
Upon successful completion of the entire program, which consists of Modules one through six, practicum, and clinical program, we offer CPH certification (Certificate in Professional Homeopathy).
Note: Anatomy and physiology is also required for those without a medical background. We offer a DVD based Anatomy and Physiology course that is easy to complete. Tuition is $200. Contact us for more information.
If you register for the entire program at once, and avoid multiple registration fees, the entire program will cost $6,075 for a complete training in homeopathy. If you use the live online option for clinical training, it will be about $250 more. This is a savings of over $1000 compared to registering for the modules individually. You will also need to purchase textbooks.
This program is self paced! This means you can begin any time, and complete it at your own pace, which is three to five years for most students.