New England School of Homeopathy

Archive of Dates for Public Talks

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.

This page is under construction and we will continue to add dates below as time allows.

December 1, 2011 @ 7:00pm at the Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA

Topic: Sick All Winter – What Can I Do?:  The Prevention & Treatment of Common Winter Ailments Using Natural Medicine Approaches

Speaker:  Dr. Amy Rothenberg, a local, licensed naturopathic physician will share insight and thoughts on the prevention and treatment of common winter ailments using gentle, effective, affordable natural medicine approaches. Have a healthy, vibrant winter!

Cost: Free of charge. For more information, contact Beverly Nadler.

September 21, 2011 @1pm at Loomis Village, South Hadley, MA

Topic: What is Naturopathi Medicine?

Speaker: Dr. Amy Rothenberg, licensed naturopathic physician and author of The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine.

Cost: For residents, contact Ingrid for details (413-532-5325 ext 134)

July 12th, 2011 @ 10:30am-noon at the Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA

Topic: Stories from Natural Medicine

Speaker: Dr. Amy Rothenberg is the author of The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine www.amyrothenberg.com. She has been in private practice since 1986 and continues to accept new patients at her Enfield, CT office www.nhcmed.com.  Dr. Rothenberg’s compilation of stories offers readers insight into both the philosophy and practicalities of approaches used in her clinic. Her story and this book help to define and exemplify the work of naturopathic medicine and further propel patients, medical colleagues and policy makers toward deeper understanding and appreciation of these effective and gentle approaches to healing.

Cost:  $10 JCC Member, $18 general public, contact Carlin Trietsch, Director of Adult Services for more information.

June 6, 2011 @ 6:00-7:30pm at FRC Annex – 110 High Street, Enfield, CT

Topic: Natural Medicine Approaches to Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Speaker: Dr. Amy Rothenberg, licensed naturopathic physician and author of The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine.

Cost: Free of charge.  Sponsoring organization is the Autism Support Group – established by parents and is supported by the Alcorn Family Resource Center. Space is limited. Please call the Family Resource Center at (860) 253-5144 or email Kate Faherty to sign up. kfaherty@enfield.org

May 13th, 2011 @ 1-2pm at NCNM (National College of Naturopathic Medicine), 049 SW Porter St., Portland, OR – Room 321

Topic: The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine

Speaker: A Talk by NCNM alum, Dr. Amy Rothenberg ND (’86) sharing experiences & inspiration from her 25+ years of working with patients. Followed immediately by a book signing of her recently published book.

Cost:  Free of charge and open to the public. See Event Flyer.

April 3, 2011: Northampton, Massachusetts

Topic: A Night Around the Table: Complementary/Alternative Medicine, Where Does it Fit in the Medical Landscape?

Speaker: Dr. Amy Rothenberg, is a licensed naturopathic physician, teacher and author who has been practicing in the field of complementary and alternative medicine for the past 25 years. Her new book, The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice and Other Stories from Natural Medicine (BJainArchibel 2010), is a collection of essays and patient narratives that define and exemplify the work of naturopathic medicine, and encourage a deeper understanding and appreciation of a this integrative approach to healing. It also reflects the arc of her career and dedication to balancing meaningful work outside the home with the care and the raising of a family. Rothenberg served on the Amherst Board of Health for six years and plays an active role in medical politics, working in the state legislative arenas to support the licensure if naturopathic physicians in Massachusetts. A lecturer at Hampshire College and a guest lecturer at numerous universities, medical schools as well as for industry and insurance companies, Rothenberg helps to foster an understanding of essential philosophical and practical approaches of complementary medicine.

Registration: A Fundraiser for the Lander Grinspoon Academy.  Reservations required.  For further information, please contact Catherine Epstein. caepstein@amherst.edu

March 29, 2011 @ 7:00-8:30 p.m at Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA. Free of charge.

Topic: Itchy, Sneezy, Drippy: Addressing Seasonal Allergies with Natural Medicine Approaches:
Dr. Amy Rothenberg, a licensed naturopathic physician, will share her insights and thoughts on the prevention and treatment of seasonal allergies using gentle, effective and affordable natural medicine approaches. Get a jump start on the allergy season!

Speaker: Dr. Amy Rothenberg has worked for twenty-five years as a naturopathic physician in Enfield, CT and has also taught at Hampshire College. Her book, The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine has received excellent reviews and will be available for sale.