Introduction to Homeopathy

Barbara Seideneck, CHom, CCH, Director of HSI gives an introduction to homeopathy and talks about how it works. In this webinar you will find answers to your general questions about homeopathy or you can add to what you already know. Topics include: origin of homeopathy, philosophy and concepts that guide homeopathic treatment, practical application in

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Case-taking

Alastair Gray, MSc, BAHoms, PCHom, Australian Homeopath, examines three traditions of homeopathic case taking and points out how they apply in modern contemporary practice. He addresses observing and questioning and also addresses the depth and pitch of clinical case taking skills that determine the result in a case. This webinar provides context, scaffolding and a

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Rapid, gentle and permanent – The power of homeopathy in acute conditions

During this session, Jürgen shared different experiences on treating acute conditions with homeopathy. By opening the space for individual dynamics and allowing the patient to follow his inner experience, clear remedy pictures can emerge in a very short time. In his presentation Jürgen shared cases with different pathologies where severe allopathic treatment and even surgical

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Changing from C to LM Potencies

Potency and potency protocols are the preoccupation of all beginning homeopaths, and there are many technical details elucidated by experienced homeopaths. This webinar will compare 35 years of clinical experience using C-potencies and 15 current years using LM-potencies, including a 5 year period of pitfalls and making the transition.  

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Anne Schadde: Homeopathy on Hold for a Paradigm Shift

What is a paradigm? Jörg Wichmann writes in his article “Beyond the Evidence Trap”: “A paradigm is a set of ideological principles and views on which a conception of the world or a science is based. Paradigms have evolved historically and are changing.” An example of this is a paradigm that had long been valid:

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Antidotes and Interferences

The idea of antidotes is a controversial topic in homeopathy. In my practice, they are very very real, and I will present some clear cases to illustrate not only the correct remedy, but also the clear result from antidotes and how that is handled. I first learned about antidotes from George Vithoulkas and have experimented

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Pathway to your CCH – Certification in Classical Homeopathy

You are invited to a Zoom meeting Saturday, February 8, 2020 , 9 – 10 AM MST (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: Registration URL: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrcuyrqzsu_T6Pvf7gqhguBUAIwkftcA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. In this Zoom session, Polly Millet, RN, CCH will explain how to

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What is a useful homeopathic symptom?

You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Saturday, December 14, 2019   9 – 10 AM (MST) (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/65475bb8e67681167510d14dfea9e911 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. When we take a case, we want to find a remedy. A part of

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Palliative Homeopathy for Treating Incurable Disease, Part 2

You are invited to a Zoom meeting, Part 2 of a 2 part series. January 25, 2020 , 9 – 10 AM MST (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/8638914a4eaff2e266858a512be5123a After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. In 1945, most people died at home, in

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A Combat-Injured Vet Finds Homeopathy

After returning from Iraq in late 2004, Ginny Sieben spent years receiving world class care from the Minneapolis VA as she recovered from her combat-related injuries. Despite their incredible care, she still walked with canes due to back pain and leg weakness, was on medication for PTSD, likely for the rest of her life, and

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