New England School of Homeopathy

New England Journal of Homeopathy Subscription Information


Dear Friends of NEJH,

After ten years, much hard work and great satisfaction, we have decided to stop publishing the New England Journal of Homeopathy. We were both ready to move on to other ventures both inside and outside the world of homeopathy. It was a bittersweet decision as the Journal offered us many opportunities to interact with people all over the world and learn from our colleagues and peers. We thank you for your support over the years and for your feedback and encouragement.

The Journal was published from 1992-2002 during which time it broke ground in the areas of peer review, and in the presentation of materia medica, case taking and case analysis incorporating Dr. Paul Herscu’s work with Cycles and Segments. Each issue contains an editorial, written by Dr. Amy Rothenberg and/or Dr. Paul Herscu which shares our insights into the world of homeopathy as well as how this field relates to the larger issues of our times. Each volume focuses on one particular topic or remedy, so that the reader can develop a deep understanding of that subject.

Past volumes have been indexed on-line providing a powerful and easily accessible resource. You can search the database by author, subject matter and remedy. You can also find the entire listing of tables of contents as well as many favorite sample articles.

There are some back issues available. In addition, if a back issue you are interested in is no longer in print, we do offer a photo-copy service for whole issues as well as for specific articles. We hope you will enjoy perusing the offerings and will take advantage of the availability of these small treasures.


For those ready to study more in-depth, Drs. Rothenberg and Herscu will be offering their 8 Weekend Course in Portland, Oregon starting January 2018 with a parallel course in Vancouver, Canada, and will begin a 10 Weekend Course in Amherst, Massachusetts in the fall of 2018Email us if you’d like the details when available. Both are designed to educate the beginner and to enhance the practicing homeopath’s knowledge so that consistent, favorable results are found for patients. NESH continues to offer clinical classes for NESH alumni on both the East and West Coasts and in Europe.

For those of you who might like to keep abreast and learn more but are unable to come to an in-person class, consider subscribing to the twice monthly email Herscu Letter. The Letters provide ongoing continuing education in many of the major areas of homeopathy with an emphasis on aspects of case-taking skill development, case analysis and materia medica via the Herscu Model of Cycles and Segments. It is read by homeopaths around the globe who feel inspired in their studies and supported by useful practice-based information, case review and advice.

If you would like to be put on our email list in order to receive information about upcoming classes and book publications, drop us a line at NESH .

We hope that you and yours are well and that you feel inspired in both your work and your play.

In homeopathy,

Amy Rothenberg ND & Paul Herscu ND