about me

Every homeopath has his/her own history of becoming a specialist. My path to homeopathy was the path I followed by vocation. In no way it was determined by any disappointments or frustrations.

Since I was a child I wanted to help people and saw myself as a doctor, so I would spend most of my free time reading books. When I was a student at the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemiţanu”, I knew I made a correct career choice, but I was not quite sure what I would go in for after graduation.

In 2002, being a 4-year student, I got to know another part of medicine and understood that it is what I want to do in my whole life. I was lucky to meet Mrs. Bolbocean Tatiana Orest, who managed to cultivate in me the passion for homeopathy so that it is my only and last choice!

Thus, after I graduated from University, I took my residency in Alternative and Complementary Medicine, where I devoted myself to homeopathy, acupuncture and phytotherapy. Nonetheless, homeopathy remained my first choice and I absorbed it relentlessly. Any information connected to this field caught my attention, so that the time spent studying it flew unnoticed, with satisfaction and contentment. Hence, starting from 2009, I have been doing what I like, with great personal satisfaction and gratitude from my patients.

I am a supporter of classical homeopathy and, to develop an objective, scientific and holistic practice, I attended courses and seminars of famous homeopaths from abroad. In 2012 – 2013, I was lucky to listen to the lectures of the professor George Vithoulkas, who is considered to be one of the greatest modern homeopaths in the world, and who in 1996 won the Right Livelihood Award, which is also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize. This experience gave me a new perspective on classical homeopathy, studying the true art of healing for two years.

In 2015, another of my career ambitions came into being as I landed on the island of Alonissos, Greece, where the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy is based, and personally met the professor George Vithoulkas. Attending the “Difficult cases with in depth analysis” course, I have enriched my knowledge on case analysis and have got an advanced level of understanding of the healing power of homeopathy.

After I settled down in Canada, my goal was to become a certified classical homeopath. Thus, to achieve this goal, I followed the practical part of the Homeopathy course at the Western College of Homeopathic Medicine, where I where I was mentored by Linda Miller, an outstanding person and a homeopath with wide experience. All my efforts, endeavors and commitment were totally rewarded when I became a Certified Classical Homeopath (CCH), recognized in the USA and Canada: I am the 5th CCH in Calgary, the only Romanian and Russian speaking CCH in the province of Alberta (Canada), and the first Moldovan CCH in North America.

I strive to stay up-to-date with all the news about homeopathy; I am subscribed to numerous digital specialized magazines, and from 2004 I am a member of the Association of Traditional Medicine of the Republic of Moldova, and from 2009 I am a member of the LMHI (Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis) and from 2017 I am a member of the AHA (Alberta Homeopathic Association).

At the insistence of many of my patients, I have decided to be closer to them and have discovered a new experience for me – Homeopathic Skype online consultation. I strive to be highly available to my current and potential patients. The timetable of consultations is usually flexible, convenient for both parties; I am available in the evenings and on weekends.

Thanks to modern technology, long distance is no longer an obstacle, and long distance healing is possible with just one click. If I can help you, feel free to write me few lines in the Contact form, or find me on Facebook or Skype under the username Homeopathy.md

Yours sincerely,
Tatiana Savciuc
CCH (#817), IACH (cert), MD (Europe)
www.certifiedhomeopaths.com