About Our Methods
- Did you know, many patients with chronic disorders that you treat are on five or more medications when they arrive...Read More
- By following a tested pre-treatment of Reverse Chronological Tautopathy (RCT), you’ll have the tools you need to overcome years of...Read More
- Learn the necessary first steps one must take, how to discontinue medications, how to work with medications that cannot be...Read More
You Will Learn
- The importance of selecting the potency and the dose (there is a difference!)
- The benefits of Q (LM) potencies vs. centesimal potencies
- Repetition of dosing, proper selection of the dose appropriate to the patient’s sensitivity level
- What is an aggravation (is it a proving or an obstacle you can remove with RCT Protocol)?
- How to recognize and treat the predisposition to cancer (cancer diathesis)
- How to most effectively use the nosode Carcinosinum
- How to treat cancer including relevant lifestyle changes
- How to remove and reverse the damage caused by drugs, vaccines, toxins, etc.
- When it is necessary and how to use alternating daily doses of remedies
- How to address acutes during chronic treatment, including dosing and potency selection
- Proper mercury amalgam filling removal procedures
- A safe, effective and most gentle mercury removal protocol
- Issues with other dental materials
- The devastating health effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and how remove them
- How to treat the sensitive patient who reacts to everything including homeopathic remedies
- And so much more
About The College
The Homeopathic College was founded in 1989 by Manfred Mueller. Originally named The Southeastern College of Homeopathy, it took its current name around 1991. From 1989 to 1999 it offered a four-year classroom-training curriculum in classical (Hahnemannian) homeopathy at its main location in Durham, North Carolina, USA. The program introduced the student to homeopathic materia medica, as well as the theory and practice of homeopathy. Beginning with the second year, clinical supervised training was mandatory. Live case taking allowed students to participate and apply their knowledge to real-life patients. The program graduated 112 students. Many of them still practice homeopathy.
Beginning in 1999, the College discontinued its undergraduate classroom program, however it continued to offer supervised clinical training for homeopathic students in various locations in the Southeastern United States. The College also offered acute homeopathic first aid and self-help training to the general public. In 2007, the College began to offer post-graduate distance learning tutorials for established homeopathic practitioners and advanced homeopathic students. This post-graduate training program continues to the present time. Recordings of the live tutorials, clinics, and past-training seminars are available for purchase on our website.
Manfred Mueller MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH
Mr. Mueller is a professional homeopath in private practice, based in Jamul, California, USA. From 1986-2004, he ran a full-time homeopathic practice in Durham, North Carolina. Since 2004, he has provided homeopathic telephone consulting services to clients with complex chronic disorders from around the world. If you are interested in an intensive approach to homeopathic treatment, please consider scheduling a phone consultation.Learn More About His Practice
- 1989 – Started the Triangle Area Homeopathic Study Group, and later that same year, he founded The Homeopathic College. He conducted classroom and clinical training for homeopathic students until 1999. His practice has been an official clinical rotation site in homeopathic medicine for medical students from around the United States.
- 1993: Served as homeopathic consultant for a marketing study of a homeopathic drug with the Research Triangle Institute, at the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
- 1995 – Present: Educational Consultant on homeopathy to medical students in the course “Principles and Practices of Alternative and Complementary Medicine” offered by the Program on Integrative Medicine, School of Rehabilitation, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, at Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
- 1999 to 2004: Was an Educational Consultant and served on the Research Review Committee for the Program on Integrative Medicine’s National Institutes of Health Complementary and Alternative Medicine Education Project Grant.
- 1999 to Present: Conducted integrative medical consultations through the Program at the Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
- Presentations at homeopathic conferences on topics such as “A Case of Tourette’s Syndrome” (1997), “What Homeopathy Has To Offer People With Cancer” (2007), “Curing the Incurable” (2008), “Legal Guidelines for Homeopathic Practice” (2011) and “The Cancer Diathesis: Its Signs and Cure” (2011) and others.
- MA – Master of Arts in Psychology
- DHM – Doctorate in Homeopathic Medicine
- RSHom(NA) – Registered Member of the North American Society of Homeopaths
- CCH – Certified Classical Homeopath from the Council for Homeopathic Certification
Mueller is certified in classical homeopathy by the Council for Homeopathic Certification (USA), a Registered member of the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH) and has been president of NASH since 2005. Since 2008, has served on the board of the Homeopathic Action Alliance (HAA). From 2006 to 2008 he served on the board of the Council for Homeopathic Education (CHE; now ACHENA). He has been a member of the National Center for Homeopathy [NCH] since 1986.
A veteran health freedom fighter since 1990, he is an expert in legislative solutions for alternative health care professions. He has been active in a number of legislative campaigns on behalf of licensed and unlicensed alternative health practitioners. Between 1992 and 2009, he acted in opposition to several bills that would have made the unauthorized practice of medicine a felony in North Carolina, and various other bills to restrict homeopathic practice to state licensed occupations. In 1993, he campaigned on behalf of Carolinians for Health Care Access, supporting changes in the Medical Practice Act regarding non-standard practice of medicine. In 2003, he wrote and helped introduce the North Carolina Consumer Health Freedom Act, which, by 2009, was co-sponsored by 14 House Representatives. From 2003 to 2006, he served on the board of Citizen for Health Care Freedom (CHF), a North Carolina-based health freedom group. He has also served as National Health Freedom Leader with National Health Freedom Action.
As president of the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH), he has been an outspoken advocate for health freedom, in support of the profession of non-physician homeopaths in North America. He proposed a two-tiered legislative model for homeopathic practice in North America: (a) a government-regulated profession of homeopathic physicians and allied health professionals and (b) a self-regulated profession of private homeopathic practitioners. On behalf of NASH, he submitted a response to the HPRAC recommendation to the Ontario Ministry of Health and supported the formation of a coalition of homeopathic organizations in Ontario. As a board member of the Homeopathic Action Alliance, he supported the Standards and Competencies Summit for the North American homeopathic professions. He lectured on Legislative Solutions for Professional Homeopaths at the 2010 Joint American Homeopathic Conference in Washington, DC.
- “The Practice of Tautopathy During the Classical Era of Homeopathy: A Review of the Literature“, The American Homeopath, Vol. 17, 2011
- “The Cancer Diathesis”, The American Homeopath, Vol. 16, 2010
- “Seizure Disorders in Children“, The American Homeopath, Vol. 15, 2009
- “Freeing Homeopathy: A Conversation with Diane Miller, JD” The American Homeopath, Vol.15, 2009,
- Translations from German to English: Klinkenberg KR. “The Homeopathic Treatment of Cancer,” Part 2 & 3, American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, 2008-2009 editions
- “How Homeopathic Myths are Born: Thoughts on Hering’s Inauguration Speech”, The American Homeopath, Vol. 14, 2008
- “Bohemian Villages and Cow’s Paws: My Search for Bomhenia.” American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, Vol. 1 Spring 2008
- “The Evidence: Scientific Studies on Homeopathic Cancer Treatment,” The American Homeopath, Vol 13, 2007
- “Interview with Professor A. R. Khuda-Bukhsh”, The American Homeopath, Vol 13, 2007
- “Prover Susceptibility and the Ascending Dose”, The American Homeopath, Vol. 12, 2006
- “Mammograms: To Do or Not To Do”, The Homeopathic College Publications , 1997; 2006
- “Homeopathic Immunization and the Prevention of Infectious Diseases”, The Homeopathic College Publications, 1995-2010.
- “Medical Racketeering: The Campaign to Prevent Access to Natural Therapies. CAM Educational Project of the Program on Integrative Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, September 2001
- “Fluoride: Poison for the Whole Family”, The Homeopathic College Publications, 1995,
- “Menopause: The Change of Life” with Debby Bruck. Newsletter of the North Carolina Homeopathic Society. 1993.
- “The Other Medicine: A Commentary on the Recent North Carolina Supreme Court Ruling/ re Guess v Board of Medical Examiners”, Newsletter of the North Carolina Homeopathic Society, Fall 1993. Reprinted from the Triangle Area Homeopathic Study Group Newsletter, 1990.