How to become a homeopath
You can get into this job through:
- a course recognised by a homeopathy professional body
You could take a qualification recognised by one of the professional organisations for homeopathy.
There are short introductory courses to help you make sure a career in homeopathy is for you.
You could then move on to a foundation or undergraduate degree level, professional training course. These are are mostly studied part-time from 1 year for a foundation course, to between 2 and 4 years for professional training.
If you're a qualified, regulated healthcare professional like a doctor, nurse, dentist, pharmacist, vet or midwife, you could take a homeopathy course approved by the Faculty of Homeopathy
The Foundation qualification (LFHom) will give you an understanding of the principles of homeopathy.
The Advanced qualification (MFHom) allows regulated healthcare professionals to practice homeopathy alongside their healthcare specialism.