The Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine has attracted Internationally-renowned Homeopathic Doctors as faculty members. These acclaimed Homeopaths encourage our students to explore thought provoking questions about health problems and then to apply answers to the situations.
Avid scholars, practitioners and consultants, OCHM's professors are some of the world’s most distinguished homeopaths. Among them are Dr. Rajan Sankaran, Dr. Sujit Chatterjee and Dr. Roger Morrison; they are challenging and provocative and they believe that what students have to say really matters.
This makes them above all passionate instructors – always looking to broaden their knowledge and subsequently pass on what they know to their students.
Our faculty members have earned their degrees and accreditations from prominent colleges and universities around the world. Through their successful collaboration with the OCHM, both the student body and the administration have become successful academic associates with the faculty. These relationships have allowed OCHM to offer the best possible curriculum available and for that, we are honoured.
DR, L.C.E.H. , M.R.C.H., HOM
A leading classical homeopathic practitioner and teacher from India, Dr. Anand conducts his clinical practice from Mumbai and Pune. Having practiced homoeopathy for the past 30 years he is specially recognized for his cures in pediatric cases.
His seminars and workshops have been widely attended in India and other countries.
Having graduated from the C.M.P Homeopathic Medical College, Mumbai (L.C.E.H. in 1981) he then pursued his post-graduation from the Hahnemann Post-Graduate Institute of Homeopathy U.K.(M.R.C.H. in 1984).
His approach and simplicity in deriving the right remedy even in cases of advanced pathology, make him an internationally acclaimed teacher and practitioner.
B.Sc, D.H.M.S., HOM
Julie graduated from the University of Waterloo with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Health Studies and received a diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Sciences in 1999. Julie attended the Millennium Bombay Seminar in India to study with Rajan Sankaran and is a graduate of Louis Klein's Master Clinician course. She practices at the Bowmanville Family Chiropractic Centre in Bowmanville, Ontario.
Leeds University, England, Diploma in Clinical Chemistry, first graduating batch of 1969. Worked at Sunnybrook Hospital for 33 years. University of Toronto, Associate Professor.
Clinical Biochemistry, Banting Institute to 2000. Laboratory Proficiency Testing Program, founder member. Accreditation of Technologist training programs. Michener Institute, teacher and on Board of Governors. Advisor on Doping Control to Athletics Canada.
B.Sc., D.H.M.H.S., HOM.
Joy Burlton received her Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree from the University of Western Ontario, always having had an interest in medicine. After a lot of investigation into different modalities she discovered homeopathy and found it to be a perfect fit for the type of deep healing she valued.
Homeopathy, she found was the perfect tool to aid others in experiencing this type of healing and lasting health. She then went on to achieve Honours in her four-year post-graduate Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine (a highly accredited Toronto based college).
She was granted the title of Homeopathic Doctor (see footnote) by the Ontario Homeopathic Association and is a member in good standing. Joy has been practising in Toronto since 2007 and has enjoyed growing her practice and raising more awareness about homeoapthy in Toronto and surrounding areas.
L.C.E.H.(Bom), M.D.(Homeopathy), HOM
Akshay received his Diploma from the famous 'Bombay' Homoeopathic College in 1987 and his MD in Homoeopathy from Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Maharashtra state.
Akshay Banker had been Professor and Principal in Homoeopathic Medical College, Surat, Gujarat state, India. He has a teaching and clinical experience in Homeoapthy of more than 23 years. He now lives and practices in Mississauga.
M.D. (Germany), D.H.M.S., HOM
Elisabeth received her Medical Doctor’s Degree from the University of Rostock, Germany. She practiced family medicine and paediatrics for 10 years in Germany. A graduate of Homeopathy, she is a Clinical Supervisor at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine and has a busy private practice in Waterloo.
B.H.M.S, ND, HOM
Ashit has received his degree in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery from Shivaji University in India, where he worked and studied with many renowned Homeopaths, such as Nandita Shah and Rajan Sankaran.
During his 10 years of practice he has successfully treated over 1,000 cases. He now lives and practices in Toronto.
Violetta received her Honours B.A. in Political Science, Philosophy and Anthropology from the University of Toronto. She has a background in adult education, social policy research and community development.
She graduated from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine on the Dean’s list for Homeopathy and Medical Sciences and has a private practice in Toronto.
RN, BA Psych, DHMHS
Lucie graduated as a Registered Nurse in Ontario 30 years ago with a specialty in Occupational Health, Safety and Disability. She graduated from Laurentian University with a Degree in Psychology and continued her pursuit of Holistic Medicine with a diploma in Homeopathy and being honored as the Graduate Addressee from OCHM in 2011. With over 17 years of experience in private practice, she excels in the self employed business world teaching Business Practice Management skills to student Homeopaths, and the general community at large. She also teaches classes on the Introduction to Psychology connecting her love of Psychology to Homeopathy. Lucie has a private Homeopathic practice in Barrie and Cambridge, and a continuing Nurse practice in Southern Ontario.
Ljubisa native of former Yugoslavia, graduated from medical school in 1987, when he started teaching as the assistant professor at the local university. He attended postgraduate studies, M.Sc. program in ENT and Maxillofacial surgery at University of Zagreb, and in 1988 he commenced his residency in Neurosurgery.
He practiced Neurosurgery at the University Medical Centre in Sarajevo and continued teaching anatomy and general surgery until he moved to Canada. From 1996 – 2003, Dr. Terzic was associated with the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy.
He served as a lecturer and later as the Director of Education and Dean of four Ontario campuses. Currently Dr. Terzic is a full time employee of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, where he teaches Anatomy, Embriology and Minor Surgical Procedures. Dr. Terzic published, as an author or co-author, a number of articles, participated as a co-author in several textbooks, and occasionally provides consulting services to major medical textbook publishers.
Hon. BSc., DHMHS, HOM, Nutritionist
Haroula received her Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Toronto and her Diploma of Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine.
She graduated on the Dean’s list in both Homeopathy and Medical Sciences. Haroula has an academic and professional background in IT and other holistic healthcare modalities; her passion for homeopathy continues to grow and she has a private practice in Toronto.
Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from McGill University and her Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine.
She graduated as class Valedictorian, with honors in both Homeopathy and Health Sciences.
She is a registered member of the Ontario Homeopathic Association (OHA) and is faculty at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine, residing as the Research Co-ordinator.
Nicole has a special interest in Women’s conditions and is a qualified Healthy Breast Practitioner. She has a private practice in Toronto.
BA, ND, DHMHS, HOM
Jayne is both a Naturopathic Doctor and a Homeopath. After graduating from the Collage of Naturopathic Medicine she decided to specialize in Homeopathy. She found that Homeopathy resonated with her inner core beliefs the most. That we are more than just matter, that everything is inter connected, that we are whole beings and need to be treated with a medicine that takes the whole being into consideration, physical, mental emotional, and energetic. She graduated form OCHM in 2010 and uses Homeopathy as her primary way of treating the cause of disease on the deepest level. She then uses Naturopathic Medicine to cleanse and support the physical.
She has since studied with many great homeopaths, Rajan Sankaran, Divya Chambra, Jan Scholten, Louis Klein and more.
She currently lives on a horse farm in beautiful Caledon Ontario, with her family, 9 horses and 2 dogs.
Patrick Jackson (In Memoriam)
Patrick has his doctorate in medical science from McMaster University and did postdoctoral work at Northwestern University in Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis and Harvard Medical School.
He has held a faculty position in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at Dalhousie University. Dr. Jackson has taught anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, histology, and pharmacology at McMaster, Dalhousie, CMCC and Humber College. Our dear friend Patrik Jackson passed away on February 22nd, 2015.
B.Sc., ND, M.Sc.
Nadia is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and a board licensed Homeopath in Ontario. She is a graduate of University of Toronto (BSc-1985), the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (ND-1989), and the University of Central Lancashire, UK (MSc-2011).
Dr. Bakir has assisted clients in their healthcare since 1989. Her private practice focuses on Homeopathic Medicine, as it is exceptionally effective in getting to the root of the cause, treating the whole person and has little to no contraindications with conventional drugs.
Dr. Bakir is pivotal as a healthcare facilitator. Her teaching career spans 25-years with the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, where she held the positions: Head of Homeopathy, Associate Professor, Curriculum Advisor and Clinic Supervisor. She designed and participated in research and published homeopathy provings, and clinical cases.
An expert in her field, Dr. Bakir, is known for her innovative and motivational teaching style. She was invited to guest lecture at Bastyr University (Washington, USA) and at the National Center for Naturopathic Medicine (Oregon, USA) where she was considered for a Homeopathy Chair position.
She was interviewed on both CBC television and CBC radio. She also, guest-lectured for the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT), and the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine (OCHM-Toronto).
Dr. Bakir has maintained a continuous professional development portfolio. This includes a 2-year residency with Dr. Andre Saine, a 3-year course with the Canadian Academy of Homeopathic Medicine (CAH) designating her a Fellow (FCAH), 3 years of training with the Dynamis School of Homeopathy (Jeremy Sherr) and a 2-year course with Louis Klein, designating her a Master Homeopathic Clinician (MHC).
Most recently, she interned in Tanzania, Africa with the Homeopathy for Health in Africa organization (HHA). While on the CCNM faculty she organized advanced clinical training for CCNM interns in India (Mumbai, Delhi, Goa) and in the USA (Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington).
Luba Plotkina (Retired)
Dr Plotkina is a co-founder of the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. She received her Medical Doctor’s degree from Lvov State Medial School in the former Soviet Union and specialized in forensic pathology.
She worked as a coroner before immigrating to Canada in 1981. In 1997, Dr. Plotkina received her designation and training as a Homeopath in Toronto. She has served as Dean since 1995 until 2017.
Dr. Plotkina is a tireless advocate for the regulation of Homeopathy in Ontario since 1995.
She is dedicated to her vision of integrating Homeopathic Medicine into the Health system with the highest standards of education and professional practice.
Dr. Noyan received his Ph.D. in anatomical sciences in Tehran, Iran and served as an assistant professor where he had 12 years of experience teaching anatomy, histology, and embryology. After coming to Canada, he started his first postdoctoral training in the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology at the University of Saskatchewan. Here, he learned cell biology research methodologies, carried out research and taught within the same department as sessional lecturer. He subsequently did post-doctoral training in the Division of Cell and Molecular Cardiology, University Health Network (UHN) in Toronto, followed by a period of being a scientific associate in the UHN.
He also spent some time working in the Laboratory of Lipid Research, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, Saint Michael’s Hospital, Toronto. Dr. Noyan received extensive training in the areas of research methodology, pre-clinical research, histology, immunohistochemistry and imaging techniques, as well as various qualitative and quantitative molecular biology methods.
He also served as a part-time assistant professor in anatomical sciences in the Division of Anatomy, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto where he taught anatomy to variety of students including those in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, kinesiology and many more. He is currently a sessional lecturer at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and faculty member in APLUS Institute.
Joel received his degree in Philosophy, Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Toronto medical school. He has extensive training and experience in pharmacological and behavioural effects of alcohol, drugs and toxins on the central nervous system. Dr. Mayer is currently teaching at the faculty of medicine, department of pharmacology at the University of Toronto and is a Deputy Director of Scientific Affairs at the Centre of Forensic Sciences. He has numerous publications in toxicology.
M.D, D.H.M.H.S, HOM
Dr. Milanovic received her Medical Doctor's Degree from the Universityof Sarajevo in the former Yugoslavia. She had a busy practice for seven years, taught Internal Medicine in nursing school and completed two years of a residence program in preventive medicine before immigrating to Canada. In Toronto, she worked as a Clinical Education Specialist in the largest teaching hospital (UHN) in Canada. She confirmed her medical diploma by passing the Medical Council of Canada's Evaluating and Qualifying Examinations but then she found herself in Homeopathy, graduating with honors from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. She has continued to study Homeopathy extensively taking extra courses and attending many seminars including advanced education in Classical Homeopathy taught by Dr. Rajan Sankaran and his team in India. Mirjana has a private practice in Toronto.
D.H.M.H.S, BGS, HOM
Maria received her undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Michigan in 1985. After a successful career in business, Maria changed paths at mid-life and graduated from OCHM in 2009 with honours in both Science and Homeopathy.
She is the Clinic Director of the North Toronto Homeopathic Medicine & Wellness Clinic. Her personal interests include performing with the Marion Singers, donating its musical talents to humanitarian causes in the GTA.
B.Sc, D.H.M.H.S., HOM
Bryce received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biopsychology from York University and his Diploma in homeopathic medicine and health sciences from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine.
Bryce has a special interest and experience with nutrition, supplementation, and herbal medicine that he uses in his eclectic private practice in Toronto.
Bryce has made numerous television and media appearances in an effort to further educate the public in the field of homeopathic medicine and natural healthcare.
Sharlini is a Naturopathic Doctor and Homeopath practicing in Richmond Hill,Ontario. She received her honors in Human Biology Specialty and a Minor in Health Studies at the University of Toronto and went on to pursue her passion in healthcare. Her interests have always been in mental wellness and has a successful growing practice in Pediatrics and Maternal & Newborn Care.
B.Sc, D.H.M.S., HOM
Ms. Vins is a co-founder of the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. She received her honors degree in psychology from the University of Toronto and received the designation of Homeopathic Doctor in Toronto. She is a certified New Decision Therapist. Ms. Vins has attended numerous Homeopathic seminars with renowned teachers such as: Jeremy Sherr, Jan Scholten, Rajan Sankaran, Sujit Chatterjee, Sadhna Thakkar, Nandita Shah, Sudhir Baldota, Sunil Anand and Divya Chhabra. Ms. Vins is a graduate of Lou Klein’s Maser Clinician course. She is Head of Homeopathy at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. Ms. Vins has a private practice in Bradford, Ontario.