A time of transition and growth - and a new name



The pouring rain outside reminds me that Spring is on its way, at least I really hope it is.  Spring is a time of transition and growth.  It is a time when we change from being more self-reflective to a time in which we begin nurturing life and growth.  In just a few weeks, the first sign of spring will be evident- usually seen in the crocus and lily shoots sprouting out of the ground.  It feels like they are shouting out that they are here.

In the background of our change from winter to spring, it is so fitting that there have been so many changes afoot here at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine. 

In case you missed it, here is a blurb from our announcement of our name change from the Toronto School of Homeopathic Medicine to the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine;

The Toronto School of Homeopathic Medicine (TSHM) is pleased to announce a new era in our long history.  Welcome the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (CCHM), a name which compellingly reflects our commitment to excellence in training and preparing homeopathic practitioners for success in practice.  With our growing international and national student body, the name change and College status better reflects our important mission and key role within the greater homeopathic community.

In addition, we have a dynamic new website.  You can check it out at www.homeopathycanada.com.  There is concrete information about our comprehensive programs in Homeopathic Medicine.  We are really proud of our culture as one that promotes passion, excellence and community.  If you are exploring a new career in the exciting field of Homeopathic Medicine, this is the first place to start. 

You can also find us on many social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn.

And don’t forget we also offer monthly Question and Answer sessions as well as an opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a student here at CCHM.  We call this our Student For A Day (SFAD) program where you sit in on lectures and interact with current students and lecturers.

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