New England School of Homeopathy

Advanced Clinical Class Weekends for NESH Alum

Once you have studied with NESH and have a solid foundation in Cycles and Segments, we offer Clinical Class Weekends where all the work, study and time together can come to fruition. The other added benefit is that you get to meet other Cycles and Segmentarians from around the country and abroad. This Clinical Course is offered only to those individuals who have completed a full NESH program either in Amherst, Seattle, Portland, Boston, Florida, or abroad.

If you are not a NESH alum, see our complete teaching schedule for other opportunities to study with Drs. Herscu & Rothenberg.

Our vision is to bring you together to strengthen your skills and confidence in the practice of homeopathy. In that process, we hope to help foster a sense of loving community and support, and to create a stronger network of Cycles and Segments thinkers so that you will have others to share (homeopathic) successes and frustrations with in the years to come.

In these classes Drs. Herscu and Rothenberg see patients in person – some new, some return, where one of them takes the case and work is done in small groups to do the analyses.  Sometimes more than one patient at a time is seen and we break into smaller groups. Amy & Paul, along with the student participants, analyze the case, repertorize and come up with appropriate remedies. Paul or Amy always weighs in with their thoughts and the person who brought the patient into class remains the primary caregiver. The goal is to get lots of experience seeing differing pathologies, different remedy types and a consistent, predictable, reinforcing model of Cycles & Segments thinking and practice.

Participants will have the opportunity to bring in patients to class (either live, by video, or in the form of paper cases), for help both with your own case-taking/case analysis as well as input from us and other more experienced practitioners. We continue to teach materia medica as relevant and to work on elements of philosophy and long term follow-up care. Lectures relate to patients at hand, current epidemics or other timely topics. And of course, we try to offer up other musings related to life in and out of the clinic.

Members of this class are invited to join the ListServ which is quite active and open only to current and former Clinical Class participants where cases are posted, questions asked and participants share responses and feedback. Amy & Paul want to help you take whatever next steps you need in order to bring quality homeopathic care to those in need.

Read what our alum have had to say about these advanced clinical class.

Schedule for NESH Advanced Clinical Class Weekends:

East Coast Classes – Amherst, MA

#1 – April 21-23, 2017
#2 – November 10-12, 2017
Topic for both weekendsThe Homeopathic Treatment of the Aged. These two weekends will focus on issues and treatments of our older patients. The different ways patients age, some of the typical issues that arise in treatment, as well as the more unusual manifestations will be discussed. We will share homeopathic and non-homeopathic approaches.

#1 – June 8-10, 2018
#2 – November 16-18, 2018
Topic for both weekends: to be announced

Contact us for more details.  It is also good for us to know you are interested, so that we can keep you updated when we have further information about class scheduling and logistical details.

In addition, Dr. Rothenberg is now offering case supervision to those practitioners and students who have completed the NESH Two Year Class. She also offers sessions where you can just ask general homeopathy questions, one-to-one, either by phone or by email.

And remember as a NESH Two Year Class alum, for those of you interested in taking it again as several folks have done over the years, repeating it is half price. NESH will be offering our 8 Weekend Course in Portland, Oregon starting January 2018 with a parallel course in Vancouver, Canada. We will also begin a 10 Weekend Course in Amherst, Massachusetts in the fall of 2018.

For additional items of interest to our alum, click here.