New England School of Homeopathy

Free Mini-Series: Content Countdown to NESH 2020

Amy & Paul enjoying Stromboli, Italy after teaching in Gauting, Germany – Summer 2017

The New England School of Homeopathy is excited to announce Content Countdown to NESH 2020 with Amy Rothenberg ND and Paul Herscu ND, MPH as a lead up to our 8 Weekend Develop Expertise in Homeopathy Course starting January 2020 in the Seattle, WA area.

Think of this Countdown as a free taster “mini-course” into the vitalistic tradition of homeopathy. Get a sense of what we teach & how we do it. This seven part series comes to you via email once per month starting in July and will contain written or video selections to highlight the heart of homeopathy and its power and efficacy in practice.

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July 11, 2019 – Countdown Week #1: Presents an introduction to the Cycles & Segment with case by Dr. Amy Rothenberg entitled A Case of Severe Vertigo: A Cycles and Segments Approach.

August 8, 2019 – Countdown Week #2: Drs. Amy Rothenberg and Paul Herscu sit down to chat about the vertigo case from Week #1 by looking beyond the narrative to understand how your own experience with a patient can aid in taking a better case and to share some clinical pearls about the use of the remedy Nux moschata for one very common, but often overlooked purpose. This brief description will enable you to prescribe this remedy effectively when needed in these situations.

September 12, 2019 – Countdown Week #3: We continue to demonstrate the Cycles & Segments approach “in action” by sharing another case written by Dr. Amy Rothenberg, entitled Oppositional Defiant Disorder: A Case of Platinum metallicum. In addition, she speaks in general terms about some of the challenging behaviors in children and how homeopathy can help. She also touches on some of the other ways she works with families who have difficult children.

October 10, 2019 – Countdown Week #4: This week we use Dr. Rothenberg’s case from last month (Oppositional Defiant Disorder: A Case of Platinum metallicum) as a spring board for Drs. Herscu and Rothenberg to discuss how the Cycles & Segments approach can help with more difficult cases. Dr. Herscu talks about early experiences treating children and how over some years both he & Dr. Rothenberg began to see kids with more challenging behaviors and diagnoses, and how using homeopathy as a part of a multi-modal approach has been useful for these children and families. Dr. Rothenberg highlights how using Cycles and Segments both during casetaking and with case analysis helps to streamline the process and helps providers be organized in their thinking and prescribing. Dr. Herscu also touches upon other uses for the remedy Platina in adults with a particular set of symptoms.

November 14, 2019 – Countdown Week #5:

December 12, 2019 – Countdown Week #6:

January 9, 2020 – Countdown Week #7:

January 24-26, 2020: NESH 8 Weekend Develop Expertise in Homeopathy Course starts in the Seattle, WA area (for more info: www.nesh.com/seattle)

Cycles & Segments, as articulated by Drs. Herscu and Rothenberg, is a systems dynamics approach to classical homeopathy. It informs all aspects of practice and is an elegant method you can use regardless of your homeopathic education or experience. It offers a practical way of organizing and analyzing information in the case histories we glean from patients as well as details which appear in our remedy descriptions. This approach provides for an integrated study of homeopathy without the cumbersome memorization of long lists of individual symptoms, which allows for more efficient and focused case taking and analysis.

Why Learn The Cycles and Segments Approach to Homeopathy:
* Offers a philosophical approach that clarifies what happens in practice
* Streamlines case taking
* Presents materia medica in an organized, concise way
* Leads to logical repertory use; prevents errors
* Guides case analysis with a strong consistent philosophy
* For beginners: fast learning curve that emphasizes organization & understanding
* For more experienced practitioners: helps prevent common & challenging mistakes

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