Be part of the UK’s most influential organisation for professional homeopaths by joining the Society of Homeopaths: click here to find out more
There are so many reasons for becoming a member of the Society of Homeopaths. Some homeopaths join us for the professional status of being an RSHom, others for the support networks and professional development. Some members want to see their views reflected in the media, others want marketing materials and insurance at prices they couldn’t negotiate on their own. The Society offers something for everyone: for students laying the foundations for their careers, and for successful practitioners considering whether one professional organisation can provide more practical, day-to-day support than another.
As a homeopath, you never stop learning. We help students by recognising homeopathic courses that meet our standards and by working with course providers to create content that’s at the forefront of the profession. After you qualify, you can broaden your knowledge through our wide-ranging continuing professional development programme.
The letters RSHom after your name tell the world that you are fully qualified, registered and comprehensively insured.
Patients who consult you know that they are dealing with a responsible healthcare professional governed by a strict Code of Ethics and Practice
Running a successful homeopathy practice requires practical business skills. We run workshops, share knowledge about best practice, and provide materials and support services at generous discounts.
Professional and social support
You’re unlikely to come across a professional or practical problem that one of our members hasn’t faced before. Through meetings, newsletters, and our popular online resource FirstClass Mail – you can share in the collective knowledge, experience, enthusiasm and resilience of our 1500 members.
A bigger voice in the world
We’ll keep you up to date with developments in homeopathy and the way that the profession is reflected in the news. Since we’re the UK’s biggest homeopathic organisation, our collective opinion has the weight of authority. By adding your voice to ours, you help promote homeopathy and influence government policy and public opinion.
Help and advice every step of the way
Whatever stage of your career you’re at, the first step towards Society of Homeopaths’ professionalism is to contact us on 01604 817890. We’ll send you a membership application pack and answer any questions you may have. To spread the cost of membership you can pay in monthly or quarterly instalments by direct debit.
Why wait? Your career as a professional homeopath goes so much further with the Society of Homeopaths. Call us today on 01604 817890.
Our Make your Mark publication provides information of the benefits of membership with The Society. To download Make your Mark publication: click here
To find out about the different levels of membership we offer or for information about the insurance cover provided:
- student membership: click here
- registered membership: click here
- for insurance cover details and how insurance works with your membership: click here
Get the most from your membership
Join our Ebulletin service for members to keep in touch with the latest news about The Society, the profession, what is going on in the media, special offers and latest developments on conferences/seminars and CPD events. Email us at email@example.com to join.
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If you are not already receiving these bulletins check your spam filters to ensure the messages can come through to your mailbox. Or we may not have a current email address for you, so email us on email@example.com with your details.
Keeping in touch
We value being able to keep in touch with our members, but this is not always easy when you change address (something we know many of you have to do quite regularly!). If we don’t have your current address, we can’t get your publications to you. If you have changed address since joining, please click here to email Anne Mitchell.