New England School of Homeopathy

Current Seminar/Teaching Schedule

 

Thank you for your interest in our Current Seminar/Teaching Schedule. The New England School of Homeopathy has provided reliable, effective and efficient training in homeopathy to thousands of practitioners in the United States and abroad. Founded in 1990 by Drs. Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenberg, NESH teachings help translate homeopathic philosophy into the successful and enjoyable practice of this powerful medicine.

Read what students and alumni are saying about studying with Drs. Herscu & Rothenberg and the New England School of Homeopathy!

Please find below a list of upcoming opportunities to study with Drs. Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenberg through the New England School of Homeopathy and at other venues both domestically and internationally.

Courses offered through the New England School of Homeopathy
Other Upcoming Conferences and Speaking Engagements in the US
International Teaching Schedule

OR, if you would like to see when/where Drs. Herscu & Rothenberg have taught over the years, please view our Seminar and Teaching Schedule Archive.

Also please join Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu a FREE WEBINAR: Holism At The Heart Of Homeopathy, A Case Illustration. In this one hour webinar, they present an overview of their approach to homeopathic case taking and analysis using Cycles & Segments and illustrate using a case example. A mini lecture on the materia medica of Lac caninum also included! VIEW NOW!

Current Courses offered through the New England School of Homeopathy:

Our courses are designed to educate the beginner and to enhance the practicing homeopath’s knowledge so that consistent, favorable results are found for patients. Please contact us for more information.

We are excited to announce that NESH is going ONLINE in 2022!
NESH 150 Hour Online Develop Expertise in Homeopathy Course

Module #1: February 1 – March 31, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #2: April 1- May 31, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #3: June 1 – July 31, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #4: August 1 – September 30, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #5: October 1 – November 30, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #6: December 1, 2022January 31, 2023 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #7: February 1 – March 31, 2023 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #8: April 1 – May 31, 2023 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #9: June 1 – July 31, 2022 (Live Zoom Session TBD)
Module #10: August 1 – September 30, 2023 (Live Zoom Session TBD)

NESH 2020-21 Advanced Clinical Class Weekends, for NESH Alumni:

Online Case-Based Learning Series for NESH Alumni only: Read what our alumni say about these Sessions

LIVE Session #4A (first 3 hours) Saturday October 30, 2021: Noon – 3pm Eastern Time (9am-noon Pacific)
LIVE Session #4B (second 3 hours) Saturday November 13, 2021: Noon – 3pm Eastern Time (9am-noon Pacific)

TOPIC:  Hysteria/Conversion Disorder and the Disquiet Mind

We have spoken about Anxiety and Related Disorders at length previously, but want to tackle a growing issue of the disquiet mind, the utter overwhelm, and broad reaching fallout from the stress response that has become ubiquitous in our times. We’ll use case reports to delve into the overall topic of what was formerly really poorly described and ascribed as hysteria, which some now diagnose as conversion disorder, by discussing common presentations and diving into remedies/materia medica and the repertory. It is 2021, and see this as a timely and important topic.

Separately, or relatedly, we will begin our session with one very specific difficult issue: The uniquely odd situation of those nearing death exemplified by the COVID-19 emergency crisis. We’ll explore what you are likely to see and how to understand and deal with this situation. There is a relationship between these two topics, which we will further explore in class in the way some patients sometimes change symptoms as they near death. More on this as we start the class.

3 Sessions from 2020 are still open for enrollment to our NESH Alumni only:

June 27 & July 11, 2020: Session #1 of NESH: The First 30 Years! 
A NEW 2 Part On-Line Series only for NESH Alumni. (Available for On-line Viewing) Whereas our usual in-person Clinical Classes focus on a special disease or specific patient population, this series focus is on the day-to-day life and practice of the classical homeopath. Specifically, going into more detail on each of the processes that the homeopath undertakes. We will explore what works and what does not work in the real world, using paper cases as the vehicle to illustrate specific points and refine technique.

Session 1 – Part A: (first 3 hours) –
Topic: Nuts & Bolts via Case Reviews plus materia medica of Ipecac

Session 1 – Part B: (second 3 hours) –
Topic: Improving Patient Outcomes via Case Reviews plus materia medica of Lobelia

August 8 & August 22, 2020: Session #2 of NESH: The First 30 Years!
A NEW 2 Part On-Line Series only for NESH Alumni (Available for On-line Viewing)
The topic will be Anxiety. There are, at this time of 2020, so many stressors, so many changes, so much uncertainty, that anxiety is on the rise both as a stand alone symptom and as an accompaniment to many other issues. During these two, three hour sessions, we will focus on the current manifestations and treatments of anxiety, as presenting at this time.

Session 2 – Part A: (first 3 hours) –
Topic: Anxiety plus materia medica of Lathyrus Sativas

Session 2 – Part B: (second 3 hours) –
Topic: Anxiety plus materia medica of Theridion and Oleander

November 14 & December 12, 2020: Session #3 of NESH: The First 30 Years!
A NEW 2 Part On-Line Series only for NESH Alumni (Available for On-line Viewing)
Topic: Lingering Disease – Changing the Course of the Future. Sometimes people have a small disease now, but you can see how it is going to play out in 5 years/10 years/20 years, getting WORSE. Modifying it now, when it is small, might make a small difference today, but a HUGE difference then.

Session 3 – Part A: (first 3 hours) –
Topic: Lingering Disease plus materia medica of Zincum metallicum

Session 3 – Part B: (second 3 hours) –
Topic: Lingering Disease (with COVID cases) plus materia medica of Cocculus indica and Cinchona (China)

NESH 10 Weekend Course 2020-2022: Amherst, Massachusetts (with unprecedented virtual option)

#1 October 23-25, 2020 (virtual)
#2 December 4-6, 2020 (virtual)
#3 February 5-7, 2021 (virtual)
#4 April 16-18, 2021 (virtual)
#5 June 11-13, 2021 (virtual)
#6 August 6-8, 2021 (virtual)
#7 October 1-3, 2021 (virtual)
#8 December 3-5, 2021 (virtual)
#9 February 18-20, 2022
#10 April 1-3, 2022

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Other Upcoming Conference and Speaking Engagements in the US:

November 6, 2021:  Amy Rothenberg ND will speak at the NHAND (New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors) Conference in Waterville Valley, NH from 8:30am – 10:00am EST. Conference will be offered both in-person and virtually.

Topic: I Can’t Stop These Thoughts: Using Homeopathy and Other Natural Medicine Approaches for Our Toughest OCD Patients

Registration and for more information: https://www.nhand.org/annual-conference/

April 22-23, 2022: Amy Rothenberg ND will speak at the Joint American Homeopathic Hybrid Conference (JAHC) in Reston, VA and streamed worldwide.

Topic: I Gave the Perfect Remedy for An Acute Illness, Why Didn’t it Work?

Registration and for more information: https://www.homeopathycenter.org/upcoming-events/

International Teaching Schedule:

November 12, 2021: Paul Herscu ND, MPH will speak at Conference on Covid-19 in Jalisco Mexico (@ 6:00 p.m. Guadalajara time)

TOPIC: Epidemics, a 30 year perspective

Registration and for more information: check back for details

POSTPONED due to COVID-19 UNTIL 2022 [rescheduled from July 2020/21]: Dr. Paul Herscu Live Seminar in Munich, Germany. (With help from some friends, including Henny Heudens-Mast) Plus a special NESH 30th Anniversary Celebration Party on Saturday night! SPECIAL 30th Anniversary Event

Topic: Improving Patient Outcomes. In our four days together, we explore remedies that are very similar to our polychrests, differentiating them from each other so in the clinical setting, we have more remedies at our fingertips including wonderful effective medicines that are often overlooked. We also explore specific and essential rubrics of the repertory, using differential materia medica, to describe how people who need remedies in these rubrics actually present in practice. Our brains maintain a dynamic tension of either grouping (chunking) or fragmenting (breaking down) information we perceive from our patients or information we learn in the materia medica. This unconscious skill helps us with patient care. In this class, using patient interviews, we will work to make this process more conscious which improves patient outcomes.

Registration and for more information: https://nesh.com/neshat30/germany-july-2020-paul-herscu/ (Seminar open only to current & prior participants in the Herscu Seminar series, or by special invitation)

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This page updated as of: September 13, 2021

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