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Desert Institute School of Classical Homeopathy

Desert Institute School of Classical Homeopathy provides a core program that is 750 hours in length and spans three days per month for three years. They are provisionally accredited as a comprehensive homeopathic training program by the council for homeopathic education. The faculty consists of internationally recognized homeopathic practitioners who are experienced and skilled teachers. Clinical training is an integral part of homeopathic training. Distance learning options are available.

Location: Suite 150, 2001 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix Arizona 85015 Telephone 602-347-7950 Fax 602-864-2949

Other Education nearby:
Alpha Omega Academy
American Graduate School Of Int'l Mgmt
American Indian College
American Institute
Apollo College-Phoenix Inc
Arizona Bible College

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