In Scientia Veritas, in Arte Honestas

2080 Danforth Ave, TORONTO, ON M4C 1J9 (416) 535-5995

2080 Danforth Ave, TORONTO, ON M4C 1J9 (647) 560-0776

Visiting Professors

OCHM is proud to host international homeopathic teachers to come to Toronto and teach our students. Each year, we have at least one visiting professor give a 3-7 day seminar on the latest advances in classical homeopathy.

These seminars have been truly inspirational for our students. This exciting opportunity to learn directly  for master homeopaths is included in our curriculum and free of charge for our senior students.

  • Sujit Chatterjee
  • Linda Johnson
  • Louis Klein
  • Farokh Master
  • Alize Timmermann
  • Frans Vermeulen

Kim Elia has been practicing Homeopathy for more than 20 years. He is a graduate of the New England School of Homeopathy, and was in clinical practice with Dr. Paul Herscu, author of The Homeopathic Treatment of Children, Pediatric Constitutional Types. Kim currently lectures extensively throughout the world.

He is the principal instructor and developer of the four year classical homeopathy program at the Hahnemann Academy in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan. He has taught at many schools worldwide, as well as seeing new patients and overseeing student cases in their clinics.  

Kim’s special areas of expertise and interest include the history of homeopathy, the Organon, and the teaching of materia medica, although he enjoys teaching any area of classical homeopathy.

Kim is the Director of WholeHealthNow, distributors of RADAR Homeopathic Software & Books in North America. Kim provides and coordinates software training and support, and oversees new software development with an international team of homeopaths and software developers. Kim has been instrumental in the creation of WholeHealthNow’s comprehensive homeopathic website, an educational resource for the homeopathic community worldwide. He is developing a body of live taped interviews with many world renowned homeopaths.

School of Homeopathy Toronto

2080 Danforth Ave, TORONTO, ON M4C 1J9 (416) 535-5995