New England School of Homeopathy

Archive of Dates for Conferences and other Professional Seminars

Thank you for your interest in our 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.

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November 3, 2018: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will present at the annual NHAND conference “Science, Spirit & Clinical Pearls” in North Conway, New Hampshire. 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Topic: Stand & Deliver, Writing on Point The Written Word as a Tool to for Practice Building and Advocacy in the Profession

This form of reflection, self-discovery and creative expression is immediate and satisfying. As a modality to share meaningful accessible information to patients, it is essential. As a tool to communicate with other providers and to support advocacy work within the profession, it is a daily necessity. By sharing information about the efficacy, value and elegance of naturopathic medicine, writing continues to play a pivotal role in Dr. Rothenberg’s evolution as a doctor and in her successful career. By working through options available to those interested in writing, Dr. Rothenberg hopes to inspire others to pick up the pen/open the computer, by sharing practical applications and useful tips gleaned from her 40 years of writing in and out of the naturopathic profession.

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

October 7, 2018: Drs. Amy Rothenberg  and Paul Herscu will present at the annual NYANP conference in New York City.

Topic: Remedies that Get Left on the Shelf & How to Use in Clinical Practice. Some homeopathic remedies seem to get all the attention! Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu help attendees think about other effective, relevant remedies for general naturopathic practice. Categories of medicines discussed include: remedies with a larger sphere of influence vis a vis those with a narrower focus; the concept of using ‘acute remedies’ for chronic disease patients and using ‘chronic remedies’ for acute disease patients; and how to effectively use common remedies in patients with uncommon presentations of the remedy. This lecture is appropriate for those less inclined to use homeopathy as well as those who often incorporate the homeopathic prescription.

Registration and for more information: http://www.nyanp.org/conference/

July 13, 2018: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at the Annual AANP Conference in San Diego, CA.

Topic: It’s Getting Hot in Here, Cancer & Hyperthermia; The Research. The Promise. The Experience. Dr. Rothenberg will highlight current research on the use of hyperthermia in cancer treatment and her experiences visiting hyperthermia clinics in Europe and Canada.

Registration and for more details: https://aanpconvention.com/

April 28, 2018: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at the Annual CNPA Conference (Connecticut Naturopathic Physicians Association) in Cromwell, CT from 1:00-2:00pm

TopicHomeopathic Treatment Approaches for ADHD

Registration and for more details: https://cnpaonline.org/2018/01/2018-cnpa-conference-schedule-announced/

April 12, 2018: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at Health Sciences Vendor Day at the University of Bridgeport from 2:00 – 3:40 pm (Bridgeport, CT)

TopicWhere the Wild Things Are – The Treatment of Challenging and Difficult Children. By first describing common childhood psychological disorders, this lecture will enable the practitioner to understand the nuanced differences among such complaints. Then a road map for the successful naturopathic treatment of such patients will be shared. Additionally, topics related to adjunctive therapies, parenting approaches and broader support measures for the families of these children will be offered.

Registration and for more details: http://www.bridgeport.edu/event/health-sciences-vendor-day-3/

February 22-25, 2018: Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu will present numerous talks at the 3rd Annual Hawaii Doc Talk (held at the Kauai Beach Resort).

2 Hour Workshop Format Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu:
Topic: It’s Not Intuition – How to Use the Non Verbal Parts of Patient History Taking to Help You Better Understand Your Patients. There are key skills to articulate and practice which help improve history taking and patient assessment. Learn and practice some skills.

30 Minute Talk Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu:
Topic: Remedies that Get Left on the Shelf & How to Use in Clinical Practice. Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu will highlight a number of less utilized homeopathic remedies and their clinical application for particular ailments. This would be relevant for those less inclined to use homeopathy as well as those who use homeopathy often.

30 Minute Talk Dr. Herscu:
Topic: See The World. Dr. Herscu will describe an easy to learn, easy to teach approach to helping children & adults who have all manner of processing issues. Such challenges impact academic learning, family and friend relationships and on the job success. Help patients fix the issue, not just compensate for difficulties.

30 Minute Talk Dr. Rothenberg:
Topic: The Role of Resilience in the Prevention of Physician Burnout. Dr. Rothenberg will delineate specific skills, habits and attitudes that promote and sustain resilience, this key ingredient in reaching ones personal and professional goals and in preventing physician burnout.

Registration and for more details closer to the time: https://www.events.syncopatemeetings.com/hawaii-doc-talks/ and https://www.facebook.com/Hawaiidoctalks/

November 4, 2017: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak from 8:30-10:00am at the Annual NHAND Conference “Science, Spirit & Clinical Pearls” in Nashua, NH.

Topic: The Deep Dive into Low Self-Esteem. There are many ways low self esteem manifests in our patients: decreased bonding within families, poor school performance, challenges at home or at work, hypersensitivity, hypervigilence, lack of assertiveness, passive aggressive tendiencies, over and underachieving, OCD, addictive behaviors, difficulties with friendships, failed relationships, inability to act with self-agency and all manner of anxiety and depression. Homeopathic remedies offer a precise effective tool to use with your down-on-themselves patients.  Dr Rothenberg will help delineate and differentiate among the six most common remedies clinically relevant for low self-esteem patients.

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

Wednesday June 28, 2017: Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu will present at an OANP Fundraiser Event (Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians) 6:30-8:30 PM; NUNM Room #322, Portland, Oregon.

Topic: Top 10 Homeopathics That Get Left on the Shelf & How to Use in Clinical Practice
Come join us for a very special night with Paul and Amy. This presentation will help you get your homeopathic mojo back on by exploring some of most useful homeopathics that may not be top of mind. For all practitioners who dabble in homeopathy and would like to dive one step deeper, for students new to the practice, and even for seasoned homeopaths to reinvigorate your practice!

Registration: FREE to students| $50 for members | $70 for non-members | 2 General CE pre-registration required

February 17-19, 2017: Drs. Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenberg will speak at the Florida Homeopathic Society’s 2017 Conference in Tampa, FL.

TopicAutism Spectrum & Homeopathy: Symptoms Meet Their Match. The incidence of autism is at an all time high and many families with autistic children and adults make their way to the homeopath’s office. Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu have treated hundreds of autistic patients since the 1980s and will share insights and experience on this often challenging- to-treat population.

Registration and for more information: https://floridahomeopathicsociety.org/EVENTS.html and https://floridahomeopathicsociety.org/uploads/2017.20CEUs2017member12_15_early_w_tinyurl_registration_flyer_R_H.pdf

September 9-11, 2016: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will present at the 5th Annual Naturopathic ReVitalization Retreat in Sandy, Oregon.

TopicComposing Your Life. Dr. Rothenberg will offer her insight and encouragement on creating a fulfilling, interesting and fun life, in and out of naturopathic medicine. After thirty years of practice at both naturopathic medicine and marriage, at motherhood and being a creative spirit, she has stories to tell!

Registration and for more information: http://www.naturopathicrevitalization.org/registration.html

July 28, 2016: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at the AANP’s (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) 2016 Annual Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah.

TopicUsing Homeopathy During Conventional Cancer Care: How to Do it & Why it Matters. Dr. Rothenberg will share from her clinical experience working with cancer patients using homeopathy to optimize conventional care, decrease the occurrence of side effects, address side effects that arise and to help with the more mental /emotional aspects that are often part of a cancer diagnosis.  Dr. Rothenberg will also address using homeopathy alongside our other naturopathic modalities to help our cancer patients maintain quality of life both during and after cancer treatment.

Registration and for more information: http://www.naturopathic.org/aanp2016

July 29, 2016: Dr. Paul Herscu will speak at the AANP’s (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) 2016 Annual Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah.

TopicSee the World: A Learning and Reading Tool. This lecture offers a new model for understanding children who have trouble processing information. There may be difficulties in reading or math, in conceptualizing and completing a series of steps, in academics in general, in communication, and in social interactions – challenges that put terrific stress on the child and family alike. These easy-to-learn approaches lead to measurable improvement in the child’s ability to understand and process information, to solve problems and learn more effectively. We have been using and refining the approaches in our practice for over two decades and are thrilled to share the technique

Registration and for more information: http://www.naturopathic.org/aanp2016

April 10, 2016: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will be Sunday’s KeyNote speaker at the Joint American Homeopathic Conference in Westminster, Colorado (just outside of Denver). Theme of this year’s conference will be Ascending to New Heights: Reaching the Summit with Homeopathy. Conference runs from April 8-10.

TopicUsing Homeopathy During Conventional Cancer Care. How to Do it and Why it Matters

Registration and for more information: http://www.homeopathycenter.org/2016-joint-american-homeopathic-conference

April 2, 2016: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at the Connecticut Naturopathic Physicians Association’s 9th Annual Conference in Hartford, CT.

TopicUsing Homeopathy During Conventional Cancer Care: How to Do it & Why it Matters. Dr. Rothenberg will share from her clinical experience working with cancer patients using homeopathy to optimize conventional care, decrease the occurrence of side effects, address side effects that arise and to help with the more mental /emotional aspects that are often part of a cancer diagnosis.  Dr. Rothenberg will also address using homeopathy alongside our other naturopathic modalities to help our cancer patients maintain quality of life both during and after cancer treatment.

Registration and for more information: http://www.sync-opate.com/events/cnpa/

November 6-7. 2015: Dr. Amy Rothenberg to speak at NHAND Annual Conference in Nashua, NH.

TopicThe Art at the Heart of Naturopathic Medicine. Most of us come to this field, drawn to understand the human body & gentle natural medicines, alongside a strong desire to help others.  In the overload that is naturopathic medical school education and in the busy-ness that goes along with practice and making a living, often times we lose touch with the art of practice, that place and time where it all comes together, with the patient, with the treatments and with our own sense of accomplishment. Dr Rothenberg will bring us back around to the highest calling we have, to the promise of naturopathic medicine, by drawing out the habits of mind and daily practices that bring us closer to the Art at the Heart of Naturopathic Medicine.

Registration and for more information:  http://www.nhand.org/pp.php?section=PP_registration

October 27, 2015: Dr. Amy Rothenberg to speak in San Diego, CA at the AIHM (Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine) Conference People, Planet, Purpose: Global Practitioners United in Health & Healing (October 25-29).

TopicsClinical Applications of Homeopathy, and a Panel Discussion of Clinical Jazz: Healing Traditions Case Studies.

Registration and for more information: http://aihm.org/aihm-conference/

October 16, 2015: Dr. Paul Herscu to speak in Ft. Lauderdale, FL at the ILADS’ Annual Lyme Disease Conference.

TopicUnderstanding the Seemingly Random Symptoms of Lyme Disease Using a Systems Analysis Approach. As we know, Lyme Disease manifests in a myriad of ways leading to confusion for doctors & patients alike. Understanding individual unique responses to both Lyme and the treatment of Lyme helps the practitioner organize and streamline assessment, which informs next steps for both diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

Registration and for more information:http://www.ilads.org/lyme_programs/ftlauderdale/ilads-ftlauderdale-lyme-conference.phps

August 5-8, 2015: Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu will speak at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians 30th Anniversary Conference in Oakland, CA.

Topics: Dr Herscu will be on the opening & closing Panels on Naturopathic medicine to welcome and close the 30th annual AANP conference. He will also be presenting on the Treatment of Autism on an expert panel covering that topic.

PITH Talks (personal insightful tales of healing); naturopathic doctors been selected based on their own significant health issues. The purpose of the PITH is for these doctors to tell their story in such a way as to reveal experiences and areas that would be useful to other clinicians in the care of their patients (or themselves), as well as an opportunity for the speaker to have yet another experience that might assist them in their own healing journey.

Dr. Amy Rothenberg’s PITH Topic: Cliff Notes from Cancerland. She will share her experience treating for breast and ovarian cancer last year, highlighting habits of healthy cancer patients. With humor and honesty Dr. Rothenberg will take us on that trip no one wants to go on, but one that has some sights that should not be missed.

Dr. Paul Herscu’s PITH Topic: Musical Chairs. Daily, we find ourselves in the ‘doctor’ seat, interacting with those in the ‘patient and family’ seats. Surprise! Sometimes when the music stops it is us sitting in the patient and family chair. In this talk, Paul Herscu explores his year of being the main support person to his wife as she was treated for cancer, delving into the constantly shifting perspectives, emotions, and thoughts accompanying the roles of caregiver, spouse, friend, parent, driver, and of course, naturopathic physician.

NED Talks (NED are defined as “naturopathy, education and doctoring” talks, presented within the context of the research and practice of naturopathic medicine and philosophy, often through story telling. In 20 minutes the speaker is invited to present his or her ideas in innovative and engaging ways.)

Dr. Paul Herscu’s NED Topic: What Passport Do You Carry? Born in Romania, raised in Israel, came of age in America, Dr Herscu will share a thread from his journey which weaves together his vision for personalized medicine. Whether through homeopathy, work in big pharma or designing & conducting clinical trials, Dr. Herscu focuses on how to develop the right approach for the right person at the right time. Over and over, going deep & wide. What about you? What’s your vision? What passport do you carry?

Registration and for more information: http://www.naturopathic.org/aanp2015 

May 8, 2015: Dr. Paul Herscu will speak at the 10th annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference (Celebrating the Past, Embracing the Future) in Philadelphia, PA

TopicLight in the Darkness: The Homeopathic Treatment of Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Herscu will delineate the main problems we face in treating those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). He will review diagnostic categories essential to understanding this population and which in turn inform homeopathic treatment. By detailing case-taking essentials and remedy differentiation, Dr Herscu will share from his near 30 years experience treating this population. He will also offer information on realistic goal setting, practice management and follow-up.

Registration: Closer to the time, more details about registration will be found here.

April 11-12, 2015: Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu will speak at the Montana Association of Naturopathic Physicians Annual Meeting in Boulder Hot Springs, Montana.

Topics: Dr. Herscu will describe a systems approach to the practice of homeopathy which informs and guides his practice. He will describe how he conceptualizes and treats patients with traumatic head injury and will lecture on his approach and experience treating patients with ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) over the past 3 decades. Dr. Rothenberg will present on treating acute ailments with homeopathy, why it sometimes falls short and what to do about it. She will also share from her experience treating patients with anxiety.

Registration and for more information: http://www.mtnd.org/ce.htm

November 14-15, 2014: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will be speaking at the NHAND conference in Nashua, NH (Conference theme is Foundations: Science & Spirit)

TopicThe Role of Resilience – What is it? Why it matters. How to cultivate it. The role of Naturopathic Physician provides plenty of challenges and disappointments along the way, from personal to interpersonal, from patient outcomes to financial uncertainty. To prevent burnout it is helpful to frame difficult times or situations in such a way that we learn and grow from our shortcomings and mistakes instead of being overwhelmed and discouraged by them. Having clear values and goals which guide our actions, helps. Adopting times for reflection is also important. And there is a growing body of research related to physician morale and burnout which points to resilience as an essential personal attribute for success in all the many ways success can be defined. Dr. Rothenberg will delineate specific skills, habits and attitudes that promote and sustain resilience, this key ingredient in reaching ones personal and professional goals and in preventing physician burnout.

Registration and for more information: http://www.nhand.org/pp.php

November 9, 2014: Drs. Amy Rothenberg & Paul Herscu will be speaking at the AzNMA conference in Scottsdale, AZ (Conference theme: Hot Topics in Naturopathic Medicine)

TopicThe Hot Topic That Never Cools Off. Dr. Herscu will talk about the fact that effective homeopathy has not, and need not, change. Certainly we can get better at defining homeopathy, at explaining it, and streamlining its practice. Dr. Herscu will describe his conceptual model of homeopathy and the practical mechanisms of that approach. He will also place homeopathy within the context of current scientific thought. Dr. Rothenberg will illustrate & elaborate on these points through case examples and by modeling how to reliably differentiate among similar remedies for a common ailment seen in practice. These lectures provide a useful marriage of the philosophical & the practical aspects of homeopathy, which make it the Hot Topic that Never Cools Off.

Registration and for more information: https://www.aznma.org/events/?ee=29

October 12, 2014 @ 11am: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will be speaking at the 11th Annual Naturopathic Gathering at the University of Bridgeport in CT. (Conference theme: Sowing Seeds, Remaining Rooted)

TopicThe Art at the Heart of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Rothenberg will share her thoughts on the evolution of the healer within and its relevance to successful and sustainable practice. The presentation will allow participants to identify the aspects of naturopathic philosophy most relevant for them and help to define determinants of their own healthful balance. By lecture’s end, we will delineate ways to predictably find access to those health determinants while being under the pressures of work/school.

Registration and for more information: http://naturopathicgathering.org/

August 6, 2014 @2pm: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will be speaking in Phoenix, AZ  at the AANP Annual Conference, Arizona Biltmore. (Conference topic is Naturopathic Primary Care: The Future is Now.)

TopicWhere the Wild Things Are – The Treatment of Challenging & Difficult Children.  Increasingly parents are met with the challenge of raising difficult children. From lack of cooperation, sensory integration disorder, ADHD, ODD, to anxiety disorders and violence, the pediatric population can offer considerable challenges to the primary care physician. Physical ailments may have a family making an appointment, but it often becomes clear that psychological and behavioral issues complicate the case and may make some of our most effective approaches difficult to implement. Dr. Rothenberg will share from her decades of experience the differential diagnosis and differential homeopathic materia medica related to treating children with challenging behavior. After discussing diagnostic criteria, Dr. Rothenberg will use case examples to clarify case taking strategies, case analysis, and key points in the treatment of this population. She will integrate advice you can share with parents and basic parenting techniques known to be effective for the more difficult children in our practices.

Registration and for more information: http://www.naturopathic.org/aanp2014

November 9, 2012:  Dr. Amy Rothenberg speaks in Nashua, NH

Topic: Please Doctor, You Gotta Help Me: The Homeopathic Treatment of Anxiety –
Stress and worry create all manner of illness for our patients and many present with anxiety as either the chief complaint or as a significant part of the health history. This lecture presents a cogent overview and practical applications for the treatment of anxiety disorders using homeopathic remedies.

Registration:  NHAND Annual Conference, Pharmaceutical Perspectives (more details closer to conference date)

April 20-22, 2012: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will speak at the JAHC at the Hyatt Regency Conference Center, Reston, VA

Topic: Grounded – Homeopathy and Attention Related Issues. With the diagnosis of ADHD increasing, we are often asked to treat attention-related issues in both the pediatric and adult patient. In this lecture, Dr. Rothenberg will explore the differences and unique aspects of our most commonly prescribed remedies for this population using patient examples to illustrate.

Registration: 7th Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference (JAHC).  “Raising the Bar: The Art and Science of Homeopathic Medicine”.

March 2-4, 2012: Dr. Amy Rothenberg to speak at Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians Winter Conference in Bothell, WA

Topic: Homeopathy on the Fly:  Prescribing for Kid’s Acutes with Accuracy & Speed (2 Parts)

Registration: Contact Robert May, ND

November 4, 2011: Dr. Paul Herscu will speak at the Annual Conference of the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NHAND) “Pharmaceutical Perspectives: Integrative Partners in Health” @ 8:30am at the Marriott in Nashua, NH

Topic: One in a Hundred and Dropping. The incidence of Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is increasing at a galloping rate. Delineating his extensive work in autism over the past 25 years, Dr. Herscu will address the treatment of children who suffer with ASD. He will share his approach to case-taking, case analysis & the accurate application of remedies. Dr. Herscu’s skill working with these populations as well as his wide experience as a teacher bring this material alive and will inspire attendees in their own work with such patients.

Time: 8:30 am
Place:Marriott in Nashua, NH
Registration:
Pharmaceutical Perspectives: Integrative Partners in Health, Annual Conference of the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NHAND)

October 16, 2011: Dr. Amy Rothenberg to present at the California Naturopathic Doctors Association (CNDA) Merging Medicine Conference 2011  “New Perspectives in Acute Illness” in Los Angeles, CA.

Topic: I Tried That Remedy, How Come it Didn’t Work?:  Finding Success Using Homeopathy for Acute Care.

RegistrationContact Katherine Kleine.

August 19, 2011: Drs. Amy Rothenberg and Paul Herscu will speak at @ 8:45-10:15am at the Annual Conference of the AANP “Composing Effective Homeopathic Care. The Biltmore – Phoenix, Arizona

Topic: Keynote address – Twenty Five Years of Refining Practice & Teaching What We Know.

August 19, 2011: Drs. Amy Rothenberg and Paul Herscu will speak at @ 3:15-4:45pm at the Annual Conference of the AANP “Composing Effective Homeopathic Care. The Biltmore – Phoenix, Arizona

Topic: Breakout Session –  The Homeopathic Treatment of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Drs. Amy Rothenberg and Paul Herscu will share from their wide experience treating patients with ASD including how to think about the ASD population, case taking recommendations, organizing information gathered, & prescribing with confidence and time for Q & A.

August 1st, 2011: Dr. Amy Rothenberg to speak at the 2011 Retail Clinician Education Congress in Orlando, FL

Topic: Complementary & Alternative Approaches to the Prevention and Treatment of Upper Respiratory Infection

RegistrationThe 2011 Retail Clinician Education Congress offers CE credits for  nurse practitioners and pharmacists. The conference is designed for clinicians, pharmacists and healthcare practitioners currently practicing in convenient care, including executives from leading retails clinics and hospital systems.

May 21, 2010: Dr. Paul Herscu will speak at the LIGA Congress “2010: A Homeopathic Odyssey” taking place May 18-22, in Redondo Beach, CA.

Time: 9 am
Contact: Richard Hiltner, M.D.
 rhiltner[at]sbcglobal.net
For more information: http://www.liga2010.org/index.html
Topic: The Homeopathic Treatment of Children– Continued
Dr. Herscu’s landmark 1990 book, The Homeopathic Treatment of Children, Pediatric Constitutional Types brought to life the most common constitutional remedies for children with regard to what kinds of pathologies they might have, how they would present in the office and how they might behave both in school and at home. Based on the early years of his practice, this book broke ground by sharing narrative patient descriptions related to children; it has been translated into many languages and ushered in the birth of a more predictive practice of homeopathic pediatrics. In the ensuing years of patient care, teaching and writing, Dr. Herscu has developed a nuanced grasp and a working understanding of many other remedy types in children. He will lecture on the comparative materia medica of some of the less understood remedies, and focus especially on how we see these young patients manifest in the clinic. This lecture will help expand the ability of practitioners to choose effective remedies for some of our most challenging pediatric cases. Most specifically, Dr. Herscu will focus on remedies that share many symptoms, making their differentiation difficult, and will illustrate a method that helps to make each medicine distinct.

May 20, 2010: Dr. Paul Herscu will speak at the LIGA Congress “2010: A Homeopathic Odyssey” taking place May 18-22, in Redondo Beach, CA.

Time: 9:00 – 10:00 am
Contact: Richard Hiltner, M.D.
 rhiltner[at]sbcglobal.net
For more information: http://www.liga2010.org/schedule.html
Topic: New Insights into Constitutional Types of Children
Dr. Herscu’s landmark 1990 book, The Homeopathic Treatment of Children, Pediatric Constitutional Types brought to life the most common constitutional remedies for children with regard to what kinds of pathologies they might have, how they would present in the office and how they might behave both in school and at home. Based on the early years of his practice, this book broke ground by sharing narrative patient descriptions related to children; it has been translated into many languages and ushered in the birth of a more predictive practice of homeopathic pediatrics. In the ensuing years of patient care, teaching and writing, Dr. Herscu has developed a nuanced grasp and a working understanding of many other remedy types in children. He will lecture on the comparative materia medica of some of the less understood remedies, and focus especially on how we see these young patients manifest in the clinic. This lecture will help expand the ability of practitioners to choose effective remedies for some of our most challenging pediatric cases. Most specifically, Dr. Herscu will focus on remedies that share many symptoms, making their differentiation difficult, and will illustrate a method that helps to make each medicine distinct.

April 11, 2010: Dr. Amy Rothenberg teaches for a half day at the 5th Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference, Alexandria, VA. Advanced Seminar, 1:30 – 5:00 pm

Topic: Cycles and Segments: A Map & Tools for Staying True to our Elegant Homeopathic Philosophy When in the Thick of Homeopathic Practice. Part II
Contact: info[at]nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org
For more information: http://www.nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org/annual-conference

April 9, 2010: Dr. Paul Herscu teaches for a full day at the 5th Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference, Alexandria, VA. Pre-Conference Seminar, 9:00am – 5:00 pm

Topic: Cycles and Segments: A Map & Tools for Staying True to our Elegant Homeopathic Philosophy When in the Thick of Homeopathic Practice. Part I
Contact: info[at]nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org
For more information: http://www.nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org/annual-conference

November 6-7, 2009: Amy Rothenberg teaches at NHAND Annual Conference in Nashua, NH

Topic: Homeopathy for the Long Haul: Pitfalls to Avoid, Potentials to Harness. Dr. Rothenberg will share from her 24 years in practice philosophical underpinnings of a consistent and successful approach as well some of the common obstacles that impede prescribing skills. With patient stories from the clinic, humor and encouragement she will inspire us about the potential of homeopathic care within naturopathic medicine.
Contact: Corissa St. Laurent (corissa[at]buzzprandpromotions.com)
For more information closer to that date: www.nhand.org

March 29, 2009: – Amy Rothenberg speaks at the 4th Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference: “Homeopathy Meets the Challenge of Raising Healthy Children” in Bellevue, WA.

Topic: A Mother Lode of Healing Knowledge: Homeopathy & Natural Medicine for Your School Aged Child

October 27, 2007: Amy Rothenberg will be speaking to the Texas Society of Homeopaths (Dallas).

Topic: Cycles and Segments: A Unified and Satisfying Approach to Practice

Registration: contact Judith Pruzzo (jjpruzzo[AT]sbcglobal.net)

November 4-6, 2005: Dr. Paul Herscu teaching at the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy Conference in Wilmington, North Carolina. For more information email the AVH: conference[at]TheAVH.org

Topic: Understanding Materia Medica Through Cycles and Segments

February 27-29, 2004:  Dr. Paul Herscu will be speaking to a group called Florida Homeopathy, which represents the Florida Homeopathic Medical Society plus the NCH Affiliated Study Groups.

For more information or to register contact: ivy2367[at]cs.com

October 27, 2003: Dr. Amy Rothenberg ND will be speaking to the American Dietetic Association in San Antonio, TX.

Topic: The Homeopathic Treatment of PMS
For more information see: the American Dietetic Association website.

June 2003: Dr. Amy Rothenberg will teach at the NCH Summer School in Alexandria, VA. Dr. Rothenberg has taught for the many of the last summers.

For more information contact: National Center for Homeopathy at info[at]homeopathic.org

April 11-13, 2003: Drs. Rothenberg and Herscu will speak at the NCH Annual Convention in Philadelphia, PA

Topics: Amy Rothenberg, ND speaking on Lyme Disease and Paul Herscu, ND speaking on Autism
For more information contact: National Center for Homeopathy at info[at]homeopathic.org

1991-2004: Amy Rothenberg Instructor at the National Center for Homeopathy’s Summer School. Lead teacher for week-long introductory and intermediate courses Taught at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland