While COVID has everyone in the UK locked down, We at the I.H.M. are taking a tentative look forward to the future. When and how are the 2 questions.
Im in conversation with my colleagues with regard to these questions, simply because I have no idea as to whether Homoeopathy as a profession still exists in the UK or whether indeed there are enough practitioners who want to improve their skills in applying Hahnemanns successful methodology in their casework.
We will outline our plans again. We are looking at purchasing a small 8 bedroom guest house hotel on the seafront of a south-west town for use as a clinic/teaching centre and in stay patient treatment facility. We have decided to not go the medical licencing route and just run it as a guest stay:
a/. with daily homoeopathic evaluation by our staff.
b/. We would like to have student homoeopaths observe and be involved in the discussions for treatment for the patients.
e/. teaching first aid to small groups.
f/. A four day in depth training for inclusion of the homoeopath on the I.H. M. Register.
We will be able to offer low cost room rentals to students during seminars and FREE for overseas students taking the IHM training for the Register.
We understand that the IHM centre will be outside of London, yet only 60/90 minutes by train or 60 minutes by car. We aimed for sunshine, fresh sea air and a cheaper locale.
I can operate the premises as a guest house, and have my clinic in it, so as to offset the ongoing bills, but much prefer to have as a teaching and patient care centre if possible.
We hope to have guest speakers from other countries to give seminars.