The majority of WholeHealthNow’s Online Courses have received Continuing Professional Development (CPD) approval by ACHENA!
ACHENA is the standard-bearer for homeopathic education in North America, and we are proud that our courses have achieved this recognition.
Visit our course pages and look for the ACHENA seal next to all ACHENA-approved courses!
The Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA) was founded in 1982 as an independent agency to assess homeopathic training programs in the United States and Canada. ACHENA is comprised of professional homeopathic practitioners, educators, representatives from accredited schools, representatives from national organizations supporting homeopathy and public members. ACHENA was formerly known as the Council on Homeopathic Education.
The mission of ACHENA is to promote excellence in the education of professional homeopaths by:
- Establishing standards for the education of professional homeopathic practitioners
- Accrediting institutions and programs that prepare professional homeopathic practitioners
- Certifying continuing education for professional homeopaths
- Serving as a resource center that provides information about accreditation of homeopathy training programs
- Supporting administrators, educators and students in understanding the accreditation process
ACHENA is responsible for accrediting continuing professional development (CPD) courses to meet the needs of professional homeopaths in practice. The focus of CPD courses is on helping professional homeopaths meet the challenges of daily practice and grow in their understanding and application of Classical Homeopathy as defined in the document titled Standards for Education and Competencies for the Professional Homeopathic Practitioner in North America. ACHENA’s approval process includes careful review by a committee of ACHENA commissioners to ensure that courses approved for CPD hours will truly support the professional growth of the practicing homeopath.
To learn more about ACHENA, visit: www.achena.org