Clinic Launch Day
The official launch of the School of Homeopathy clinic was on Saturday 30th March. The new clinic at No 1 Cheapside (the centre of Stroud) is run by a collective of local homeopaths and student volunteers. The clinic is an exciting new venture, both for the School of Homeopathy and for the Stroud area, as it connects homeopathy into the wider community and will provide a wonderful additional resource for student homeopaths to broaden their case-taking experience. The clinical training facility comprises of a permanently set-up teaching room and webinar facility connected to the School’s online E-learning system, so students from over 80 countries will be able to join in on teaching and clinical training. Stroud will be firmly placed on the worldwide map for homeopathy!
The property is located at No 1 Cheapside, a striking red brick Victorian building ideally located for the town centre, the reinvigorated canal-side and passing trade. The School owns the building and the clinic will run out of the ground and lower ground floor of this iconic detached period building. The upper two floors are leased residential accommodation and the clinic is self-contained with separate access and dedicated parking.
The clinic is open Monday - Saturday and members of the public can drop in any time between 10am and 3pm to talk to someone about homeopathy and what health benefits it may be able to offer them. The collective of homeopaths give free monthly talks on homeopathy, visit www.homeopathyschool.com/the-clinic/talks/ for more information.
Mani Norland, Principal at the School of Homeopathy said, “the new clinic serves several functions: we saw this as a great way to realise many opportunities in one place; the clinic acts as a beacon for homeopathy in Stroud helping the local community stay healthy; it brings local Stroud homeopaths together creating a real expertise; it acts as an international teaching facility for the School and it helps students gain essential clinical experience. It also connects Stroud and the School to our students in over 80 countries and it acts as a global centre of excellence for homeopathy – it’s very exciting!”
Choose from the links below to read articles about the launch published by the local press
There is scientific evidence supporting homeopathy as an effective medical therapy. Of 156 randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in homeopathy have been more positive (64) than negative (11). RCTs are seen as the Gold Standard for proof of medical efficacy.