If you’re looking for more information on homeopathy or other adjunct therapies that support the body’s innate healing ability, please consider browsing the following websites:
The National Center for Homeopathy, http://nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org has information about homeopathic remedies and the research that supports their use over the years. The site also contains a database where you can search for a homeopath near you.
The Council for Homeopathic Certification, http://www.homeopathicdirectory.com implements and oversees a national certification process to maintain consistent high standards, competencies, and ethics in the industry. The site also includes a database where you can find homeopaths with the credential CCH, by geographical area.
The North American Society of Homeopaths, https://www.homeopathy.org is “dedicated to promote, represent and serve as the voice of all professional homeopaths in North America. NASH aims to develop and uphold the highest level of excellence in homeopathic practice while enhancing the role of the homeopathic profession as an integral part of health care delivery.” The site contains a database of homeopaths who hold the credential RS Hom (NA).
Free and Healthy Children, http://freeandhealthychildren.com provides access to research, education, and access for those looking to enhance their child’s immune system through the use of homeopathic nosodes.
Thought Field Therapy, http://www.rogercallahan.com, contains information and educational materials associated with thought field therapy: a system of tapping energy meridian points in the body to get rapid and often permanent relief from many problems including anxiety, phobias, and addictions.