The HCH Trust (HCH) was established in 1997 (under Canadian federal law) to promote the dual objects of education and health on the basis of a wholistic (dynamic and romantic) approach.
The HCH oversees and organizes various activity centers to carry out its educational and therapeutic goals.
The Center for Romantic Science promotes education and understanding concerning the underlying dynamic and Romantic foundation of Western culture.
The Center offers various general interest on-line courses for the those seeking to know more about the role of Romantic Science, in particular as it affects health and wellness
The International Autism Center seeks to provide more specific information regarding the effective use of Romantic Science Healthcare treatments for cases on the autism spectrum, to guide parents making decisions as they seek help for their children.
In 1995, Steven Decker and Rudi Verspoor began a collaboration on what Steven termed the 'Dynamic System of Thought', with a focus on the treatment of disease based on the work of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a German doctor, best known for founding homeopathy. In 1997, this led to the establishment of the HCH (Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst) to promote the insights of Dr. Hahnemann and other contributors to the Dynamic System. Heilkunst is the German term for 'system of medicine'.
Over the next 10 years, the HCH established a comprehensive system of education and training, graduating more than 100 practitioners of Heilkunst. Over that period, the on-going research and collaboration led to further insights, largely based on Steven Decker's theoretical work and Rudi Verspoor's clinical experience. The nature of the Dynamic System expanded to include therapeutic regimen as well as the challenge of disorders of the mind and soul-spirit (therapeutic education). The program expanded to include Dynamic Philosophy and Dynamic Sciences.
Most recently, all of these areas have been brought together into a comprehensive approach to education and health by means of the Romantic Idea that life is the result of dynamic polarities of a higher order, and not simply an epi-phenomenon of matter. It is mind, not matter, that is the proper cause and object of study. Thus, the Center for Romantic Science and the School forr Romantic Science and Healthcare were born.