AHE is a fully accredited ACHENA program. It is an exciting time in the evolution of the American healthcare system. Integrative Wellness practitioners are in higher demand than ever and Certified Homeopathic Practitioners are taking their place in one of the fastest growing segments of the economy. 

AHE recognizes the importance of meeting community-accepted standards for educating professional homeopaths and are committed to excellence in programming and peer review as a means to evaluating our program. In our accredited homeopathic courses, we utilize the latest blended learning theory to engage students in meaningful, applicable and stimulating process honoring the ancient healing principles in a modern educational format.

Our ACHENA Accredited program satisfies all the requirements needed for the national certification exam with an emphasis on evidence-informed practices that are absolutely necessary in today’s changing world of wellness.

AHE is in full support of national accreditation and is committed to raising the bar in homeopathy education through rigorous academics and the most comprehensive, in-depth clinical education in the US – and to make that education available and accessible to serious students far and wide.

The Academy of Homeopathy Education is institutionally accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA), an independent, non-profit, specialized accrediting agency whose mission is to promote excellence in the education of professional homeopaths. Contact information for ACHENA can be found at achena.org. As AHE is fully accredited through ACHENA, this means that graduates from AHE are eligible to apply to the CHC.

please note that some other schools of homeopathy have set up their own “validation” and “diploma granting”. Please be advised the CHC has announced, that as of January, 2020, only students who have graduated from an ACHENA Accredited school are eligible to sit for the CHC national certification exam.

Please Note: ACHENA is not an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education at this time. It has submitted its expression of interest as is in process for USED recognition.