Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine

Eva Sidoti, Graduating Class of 2019

I am writing to express my gratitude for being able to attend and take part in your wonderful in class program at CCHM. 

The whole process from beginning to end what a long one for me, but the last 3 years of class have flown by. Before choosing a school I did some research and asked several different homeopaths what school to attend and they all said CCHM. In my first conversation with Joyce I knew I have made the right choice. She made me feel like I was going to be involved in something greater than just choosing a new designation or getting an eduction. And she was right to do so.  I remember my first class. My smile grew bigger and bigger because I felt everything I was hearing was inline with my views on health. With every weekend of classes I learned that homeopathy and becoming a homeopath was worth waiting for, and was going to be worth all the sacrifices I was going to need to make. 

I cannot pin point specifically a single thing that make this experience outstanding, but the cumulation of the whole process and community of teachers, the support and encouragement offered from Andrea and Kerri, and friends I have made have left a mark on me. The teachers' offered a variety of perspectives and approaches that made each one of us search for our own. In the end I learned that there is a vast variety of ways. The internship and externship programs provided first hand experiences and learning with patients that have taught more than can be summed up in any one class or book. The whole program from beginning to end was wonderful and amazing!

Looking back I remember the first moment when I realized I wanted or needed to go back to school because I wanted in someway to help others. It was a peaceful yet difficult moment of surrendering my intentions, goals, and plans. Shortly after this moment I came across the Homeopathy program at CCHM.  My greatest lesson at CCHM was learned in the same way.  I learned that the best way I can help a person is in that same surredering of biases, plans, thoughts, assumptions, even intensions to do so. And that it is in the witnessing of someone's suffering that begins their true process of healing. I am so grateful I have had the opportunity to partake in this program. Thank you.

With much gratitude and appreciation,

Eva Sidoti

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