MICHPA Student Interns


In 2011, MICH graduates formed the MICH Professional Association (MICHPA) to uphold the school’s standards of practice. Current students are encouraged to join MICHPA, allowing them to contribute and benefit by collectively supporting our clinic in Honduras, publishing and sharing their successes, marketing their services, and organizing continuing education events. MICHPA Student Interns are listed below.



Suzana Da Costa  |  Ioana Ilinca Domsa  |  Gabrielle Ghillany  |  Nancy Graham  |

Theresa Grant  |  Christiane Magee  |  Karine Ouellet  |  Sabrina Verdecampo




Suzana Da Costa

Student Intern



Suzana’s studies at MICH have provided her with a deeper understanding of the human journey and renewed her desire to help others in their journey of self discovery and health.

Following her initial training in the healing arts at the NHC, she started her practice as a massage therapist after completing Kiné Concept’s diploma program. It was then that she began to recognize the major role stress plays when it comes to health and disease and realized health can only truly come from within. When hearing from her clients that having the space and time to explore the source of their stress often led to greater insight, she decided to pursue modalities which would help to shed light on the inner dynamics of the human being.

Now in her third year of studies at MICH, she’s looking forward to adding homeopathy to her practice as a massage therapist and self discovery consultant.

In addition to her work in the healing arts, she enjoys developing and managing websites and blogs.

Contact the MICH clinic for more information about Suzana.


Ilinca Domsa

Student Intern



Since discovering homeopathy for her own health, Ilinca has been happy to be on an adventure of evolution and discovery.

She is a passionate student of the human experience and is excited to assist others transition through health and disease states, from the point of view of your energy movement.

As a MICH intern, she is grateful to have received outstanding training, and happy to gift it forward through her practice. She has witnessed homeopathy assist with a variety of conditions, and provide deep attunement and relief in many so-called ‘hopeless’ cases.

At the center of her therapeutic inquiry lies a vivid curiosity about the humany journey, the acceptance that nothing human is foreign to any of us, and a sense of awe in the face of the mystery that is each and every one of us.

To find out more about Ilinca, please contact the MICH clinic.


Christiane Magee

Student Intern



Christiane will officially begin her second career as a Homeopath when she graduates in mid-2016. She discovered homeopathy in 2012 after attending a MICH open house and never looked back.

Working previously in the world of web development & marketing in corporate and agency environments for over 15 years, Christiane has first-hand experience, and borne witness countless times, of how stress affects the whole person in ways as individual as the person him/herself.

The training at MICH has provided her with a new paradigm – a new way of thinking, seeing and understanding stress and disease and how interwoven they are with how an individual perceives and moves through life. The fact that Homeopathy addresses the uniqueness of each individual is beautiful – it truly facilitates a person to achieve optimal health in all aspects of their lives.

She is very excited to start her career in this transformative and holistic practice helping those who are suffering from burn-out, anger, stress-related issues, depression, recurring or chronic issues, and anyone seeking a new lease on life.

To find out more about Christiane, please contact the MICH clinic.

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