New England School of Homeopathy

Mission Statement

The New England School of Homeopathy (NESH) was created in 1987 to translate homeopathic philosophy into the successful and predictable practice of medicine. Our goal is for practitioners of homeopathy to fulfill their potential role in health care – to help people attain freedom from illness on the mental, emotional, and physical planes so they may better realize their highest aspirations.

To fulfill this mission, the program and materials of NESH strive to:

1. Exemplify the highest purpose and achievement in the field of homeopathic medicine. NESH aims to inspire the greater homeopathic community to join in this endeavor, and to encourage and assist the non-homeopathic community in the exploration of and participation in homeopathy.

2. Commit the full energies of NESH to provide each participant with the tools required for the successful practice of homeopathy in a thorough and expedient manner.

3. Provide a philosophical foundation based on the principles of classical homeopathy.

4. Establish a practical technical foundation essential to the successful practice of homeopathy.

5. Transform homeopathic theory into predictable clinical results.

6. Provide materials which are clinically significant and immediately applicable.

7. Communicate actual experience. All materials bearing the NESH name have been clinically verified by the presenter.

The vehicles for accomplishment of these objectives are:

1. Professional classes designed:

1. to educate the beginning practitioner in the effective application of homeopathy, and

2. to enhance the practicing homeopath’s knowledge, so that he or she may deliver consistently favorable results. The course also fosters the acquisition of techniques which will enable the practitioner to continue to learn from his/her own experience.

2. Publishing of the Herscu Letter where students and practitioners can learn the Cycles & Segments approach modeled in lecture format.

3. A clinical setting for practitioners to support the transition from student to practicing clinician.

4. An ongoing forum offering participants the opportunity to transition from clinician to teacher.

5. Seminars presented by clinicians with expertise in a specialized area of homeopathy.

6. Publication of reference texts which are relevant for the continuing education of homeopathic physicians and patients.

7. Classes for the community at large which illuminate homeopathic theory and application, and encourage the growth of a patient population well-educated in the practice of homeopathy.

8. Maintain an up-to-date website with information for perspective patients of homeopathy and for perspective and current students.