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Amy Baglivio

Admissions Specialist & Clinical Supervisor | CCH
The last seven years with AHE have been some of the best of my life, and I’m so excited to see what is in store for the future!

Although our family has a history of autoimmune disease, it wasn’t until our son became ill at age 3 that I went into a frenzy. Searching high and low, we began a journey that changed my life. Homeopathy came to us right at the beginning of this journey, and it has been the cornerstone of healing for our entire family over the past 11 years. As a trained engineer that worked with Lockheed Martin for years before starting a family, studying homeopathy seemed unattainable. Lots of excuses –I don’t have a background in health care, I’m too old to go back to school, changing careers seems scary and permanent… but homeopathy just keeps calling. And after years of doubt, I decided to give it a try and I joined the AHE full time program graduating 2 years later. Like a conveyor belt, before I knew it, I had a business plan and LLC, became certified as a classical homeopath, started seeing clients, and now 5 years later have a thriving practice!

As I look back on those years of tears and confusion and pain, I can honestly say I would do it all over again to get to this place. I love working with people on their journey toward healing. The innate healing process of each person is individual and varied, and I love walking with each client as they move toward better health. In addition, community, teamwork, and mentorship is important to me, so I have enjoyed working for AHE as a staff member in various roles including admissions specialist, clinical supervisor, and mentor. In the past few years I have also had the amazing opportunity to work as a practitioner on the Homeopathy Help Network, helping clients with acute symptoms and working with other experienced practitioners to understand epidemics and the role homeopathy can play.