Ellen Kramer (DCPH, MARH) of The College of Practical Homeopathy

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Ellen is trained and a holder of certificates for:

Ellen Kramer graduated from the ‘London College of Practical Homeopathy’ in 1995. Within three years of graduating, she had developed a very busy practice, co-founded ‘The Centre for Homeopathic Education’, and set up ‘The Healthy Living Centre’ in Islington.

She then created The College of Practical Homeopathy (UK) Ltd, which rapidly become one of the leading homeopathic education colleges in the world. The CPH provides online and blended learning ‘practical ‘training courses worldwide.
She also has busy private practices in Islington.

She sits as a Panel Members for the Homeopathic course providers (HCPF) Quality Assurance Validation Scheme (QAVS) Monitoring and Maintaining Quality Assurance for Homeopathic course providers in the UK.

“Having spent several years running a large complementary health centre with a range of practitioners, I began to notice a real difference between the successful practitioners at the centre and those that found it difficult to sustain a practice. It is now clear to me that a good training in a complementary medicine was not enough to ensure success as a practitioner – a change in mental attitude is also required.

My passion is ensuring that courses not only teach homeopathy, but also proactively support students in integrating the necessary changes that one has to make in order to develop and sustain a healthy practice.
I want Homeopathy to be seen as a reputable, accountable and independent health profession, and feel strongly that we need to improve standards of training and education across the sector.
I also want to be part of a profession that has enough knowledge, expertise and confidence to present a strong and credible alternative approach to dealing with sickness and disease in our society, and one that is willing to face the challenges that homeopathy will face in the 21st century from an array of vested interests in keeping control over people’s health.”