What is the ARH?
The Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) is a UK professional organisation which supports and promotes a high standard of safe, effective homeopathic practice. We are committed to:
- Ensuring that quality homeopathy is available to all who wish to use it.
- Raising public awareness of the potential of homeopathic treatment.
- Encouraging a high standard of education for homeopaths.
- Supporting the ongoing professional development of our Members.
- Encouraging co-operation between our Members and other healthcare professionals, for the benefit of patients.
- Engaging in ethical research, publishing and other activities that enhance our understanding of homeopathy.
- Acting as an information base for the general public.
What is homeopathy?
Homeopathy treats each person as a unique individual with the aim of stimulating their own natural healing ability. A homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individuals specific symptoms and personal level of health.
New! Student diaries
If you are thinking about studying homeopathy, but are not quite sure what is involved, then the student diaries section on the ‘Which Homeopathy Course’ website may be helpful. We have asked students who are currently studying homeopathy, and are in their second year of study or above, to provide us with a monthly diary. These diaries represent a personal account of what it actually means to study homeopathy at the same time as managing everyday family and work commitments. We hope that potential and current students will find the insights provided, both helpful and inspiring. If you do decide to go ahead and train as a homeopath, you will probably find the experience challenging, but at the same time, exciting and deeply rewarding. Click here to go to the diaries page.
A career in homeopathy
If you are thinking of studying homeopathy, watch the videos below to find out what you can expect from a career in homeopathy.
Homeopathy and animal testing
Click here to read the ARH’s view
More about homeopathy
Homeopathy is one of the most widely used forms of medicine in the world today, because people are discovering the benefits of a system of medicine which is safe, effective and treats them as unique individuals. Homeopathic medicines are chosen to treat the whole person, because homeopaths believe the mind and body operate as one, and you cannot treat one part of the body without affecting the whole. Medicines are chosen to fit all the characteristics of the patient, so physical disorders are considered in relation to the individual’s mental and emotional state. Homeopathy can be used effectively by everyone, from babies and children to adults, including women during pregnancy. Homeopathic medicines help to promote the body’s natural ability to heal. When prescribed appropriately, they are safe, non-toxic and non-addictive. They can be taken alongside drugs prescribed by your doctor and will not interfere with their beneficial action. (read more…)
Meet the Snooks!
The Snooks are animations specially created to provide some basic information about homeopathy. You can meet the Snook family by just clicking on the links below. Please help to introduce the Snooks to others, by embedding the links on your own website, and by sharing the links via your social networking channels. Most important of all, enjoy!
Find a Homeopath
ARH Quarterly Journal
Homeopathy in practice: A journal ahead of its time!
Homeopathy in practice (HiP) is an exceptional publication for the homeopathy profession, in which we explore important issues, and keep readers up to date with the latest developments. Feature articles cover a range of topics which help to extend our knowledge and understanding of our unique and complex system of medicine. Some articles published in HiP are literally ground breaking!
For example, the Summer/Autumn 2014 issue features a fascinating account of the current work of Nobel Prize winner, Professor Luc Montagnier, entitled ‘Rediscovering the memory of water’. Professor Montagnier has revisited and further developed the work started by the renowned French scientist Jacques Benveniste. The theory of the ‘memory’ of water is regarded as controversial by some, because it states that water can reproduce the effects of a substance with which it has been in contact, even when there is no longer any trace of the substance in the water. Montagnier has devised a series of experiments which appear to support the ‘memory’ of water theory, and the article published in HiP explains the latest science behind this remarkable work.
Click here to download a form and subscribe to HiP, a journal ahead of its time!
The most recent issue of our quarterly journal, Homeopathy in practice, is now available. There is one article from this issue which you can download:
Honey Fungus by Mark O’Sullivan – Click here