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Homeopathic Organizations

National Center of Homeopathy - An important homeopathy support organization
(However, the referral list is unfiltered with many levels of training)

Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians - N.D. only

Council for Homeopathic Certification - Many different backgrounds

North American Society of Homeopaths - Non-medical

American Institute of Homeopathy - M.D., D.O. and dentists only

Homeopathic Resources

Washington Homeopathic Products - www.homeopathyworks.com
A source for a good, reasonably priced 50-remedy 30c home remedy kit.
Go to the site, go to "products" and then to "kits" on the menu on the left.

Homeopathic Educational Services - www.homeopathic.com
A great source for books and articles on homeopathy.

Homeopathic Practitioner Referral Lists

About Our Homeopathy Referral Lists

Licensing requirements for homeopathy vary from state to state and depend on how extensively the practitioner is practicing. If the practitioner is also offering a primary care type of practice (i.e., diagnostics) they will always need to be licensed. If they just offer homeopathy alone, people can often practice without a license, although that is subject to interruption by local authorities.

The problem for the consumer is that the practitioner's level of training in homeopathy often has little to do with their type of licensure. For example, Nevada and Arizona license M.D.s to do many kinds of alternative medicine under the name of homeopathy; however, most of these “licensed homeopaths” know little homeopathy. So the best test of qualifications is whether the practitioner has been board certified in homeopathy. The most respect board certifications in homeopathy are: DHANP, CCH, RSHom(NA), and HDt.

There are many types of practitioners who are drawn to homeopathy: N.D.s (like myself), D.C.s, D.O.s, M.D.s (at the turn of the 20th century all homeopaths were M.D.s); nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, midwifes, acupuncturists, veterinarians; and “lay” homeopaths who have no additional medical training outside of their homeopathic schooling. The professional background prior to becoming a homeopath does not seem to be a good determiner as to who are the best homeopaths. Just as there are good N.D. and M.D. homeopaths, there are also very good lay homeopaths.

The following referral lists are all of relatively well-trained and certified classical homeopathic practitioners. We can't, of course, vouch for them as individuals but to get on these lists they have demonstrated through examination, interview and case submissions that they have met the standards required to be qualified.

Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians
Naturopathic doctors only (Certification: DHANP)

Council for Homeopathic Certification
Practitioners with many different backgrounds (Certification: CCH)

North American Society of Homeopaths
Mostly "lay" homeopaths who may not have additional medical training outside of their homeopathic schooling (Certification: RSHom (NA))

American Institute of Homeopathy
Medical and osteopathic doctors and dentists only (Certification: HDt)

Steve Waldstein's Homeopathy Referral List
An individual homeopath's personal site with a large referral list.

 
Miscellaneous Referrals for Natural Health Care

National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (acupuncturists)

Acupuncture.com (acupuncturists)

 Local Healthy Farmer-direct Food Resources

Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society

Guide to Nebraska Fresh Produce - Nebraska Department of Agriculture
Statewide extensive listing of farmer's markets and producer-direct food resources.

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Heartland Naturopathic Clinic
5003 Burt Street
Omaha, NE 68132
(402) 391-6714