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Homeopaths use homeopathic remedies to stimulate the body to heal itself.

Average salary (a year)


Typical hours (a week)

41 to 43 variable

You could work

freelance / self-employed managing your own hours

How to become

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How to become Homeopath

You can get into this job through:

  • a course recognised by a homeopathy professional body

Other Routes

You could take a qualification recognised by one of the professional organisations for homeopathy.

You could start by doing a short introductory course to make sure a career in homeopathy is right for you.

You could then move on to a professional training course. These are usually studied part time. You could do:

  • a foundation level training course which usually takes a year
  • an undergraduate degree level training course which usually takes between 2 and 4 years

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Further information

You can get more details about a career in homeopathy through the following organisations:

What it takes

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What it takes

Skills and knowledge

You'll need:

  • knowledge of medicine and dentistry
  • knowledge of psychology
  • counselling skills including active listening and a non-judgemental approach
  • sensitivity and understanding
  • thinking and reasoning skills
  • the ability to read English
  • knowledge of biology
  • excellent verbal communication skills
  • to be able to use a computer and the main software packages competently

What you’ll do

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What you'll do

Day-to-day tasks

In this role you could:

  • talk to clients about their symptoms and lifestyle
  • explain remedies to clients
  • choose, prepare and give homeopathic remedies
  • keep client notes
  • give advice on healthy living
  • encourage clients to keep in touch with healthcare professionals
  • promote your service if you are self-employed

Working environment

You could work in a therapy clinic, from home or at a client's home.

Career path and progression

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Career path and progression

Most homeopaths are self-employed. Some practise homeopathy alongside another career or healthcare role while building up a client base big enough to open their own practice.

You could:

  • do extra training in other complimentary therapies to add to the range of treatments you can offer
  • move into teaching homeopathic courses
  • use your knowledge and experience to write articles or advice on complementary therapies
  • work in the manufacture of homeopathic remedies and products

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Current opportunities

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Courses In England

Access to HE - Science

  • Provider: Harrow, Richmond & Uxbridge Colleges (HRUC)
  • Start date: 16 September 2024
  • Location: Twickenham

Access to HE: Science

  • Start date: 09 September 2024
  • Location: Ipswich

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