The New Zealand Council of Homeopaths

The New Zealand Council of Homeopaths aims to promote homeopathy as 'everybody's choice' through education, professionalism and accessibility, and strives to develop and maintain high standards for the practice of homeopathy in New Zealand. More than 200 qualified, experienced and professional homeopaths throughout New Zealand are registered with the Council.


The NZCH Executive would like to wish you all
a safe and happy holiday season.

Destination Dunedin! Plan a break in stunning Dunedin...

What: NZCH Conference on 16th-17th September 2017
Where: The Hunter Centre, Dunedin City
Theme: Inspired Thinking: Homeopaths with Passion and Purpose

Save the Date!

Here’s your chance to discover the many faces of beautiful Dunedin. Not been here before? Seize the opportunity to see all that Dunedin has to offer - Olveston, Larnach’s Castle, the Albatrosses, the stunning railway station, the beautiful Botanical Gardens and its amazing aviary and so much more! Build your holiday now!!

Abstracts to be submitted by 31st January 2017, to Linda Baker, Conference Committee Member

Albatross Photo: By JJ Harrison



Find a Homeopath

Homeopathic practitioners can be found throughout New Zealand. We have a comprehensive database of all practitioners registered with the New Zealand Council of Homeopaths.
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The NZ Homeopathy Council provides various forms of membership to suitably qualified homeopathy practitioners as well as students. Internships are provided.
Membership Information »


We have a number of downloadable resources as well as links to other websites and video material.
Resources »



What is Homeopathy?

About Homeopathy

Homeopathy has been working effectively in clinical practice all over the world for 200 years. Homeopathic medicines stimulate the body to heal itself. Learn about homeopathic principles »

Success Stories

Success Stories

There are numerous examples of the successful treatment of various ailments with homeopathic remedies. Success with Homeopathy »