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The New England School of Homeopathy (NESH)

Last modified on January 17th, 2013

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Amy Rothenberg
Written by Amy Rothenberg

History and information about the New England School of Homeopathy (NESH).

History / Information

The New England School of Homeopathy (NESH) was created in 1987 to translate homeopathic philosophy into the successful and predictable practice of medicine. 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.

NESH has provided training in classical homeopathy for over 2000 students in the United States and abroad. Our classes are designed to educate the beginner, to enhance and broaden the practicing homeopath’s knowledge so that consistent, favorable results are delivered, and to provide a continuum of advanced learning opportunities for NESH alumni, as well as the entire homeopathic community.

Indeed, the NESH student body includes a wide range of heath care practitioners–from medical, osteopathic, and naturopathic doctors to nurses, acupuncturists, chiropractors, psychologists, and non-doctor professional homeopaths.

The New England School of Homeopathy has provided training in homeopathy to thousands of students in the United States and abroad. Founded in 1987 by Drs. and , NESH teachings help translate homeopathic philosophy into the successful and enjoyable practice of this powerful medicine.

As 1986 graduates of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Herscu & Rothenberg are with years of experience both in the clinic & in the classroom.

They were the long time editors of the and are publishers of for online learning. They maintain a medical practice, , in Enfield, Connecticut and continue to on topics in homeopathy, complementary medicine and public health.

Our in the Boston, MA area will began in April 2013 and will go through October 2014. It is designed to educate the beginner and to enhance the practicing homeopath’s knowledge so that consistent, favorable results are found for patients. In January of 2013, we’ll again be offering our . NESH continues to offer on both the East and West Coasts and in Europe.

We use the approach, as a way to organize information about our patients and about the remedies we use. for yourself to a variety of talks we’ve given over the years or enjoy our new .

The NESH student body and alumni network includes a wide range of heath care practitioners–from medical, osteopathic, and naturopathic doctors to nurses, acupuncturists, veterinarians, chiropractors, physical therapists, psychologists, and professional homeopaths. The of NESH is to broaden homeopathic knowledge so that consistent, positive results are delivered and to provide a continuum of advanced learning opportunities for NESH alumni, as well as the greater homeopathic community.

See Photo’s of NESH students and classes below.

Read what NESH students and alumni are saying about their experience:

NESH class at Bastyr University, Seattle Washington 2011.

Paul at work in the classroom. Seattle 2011

Paul with NESH Class

Amy with NESH class

Paul and Amy

 

 

 

About the author

Amy Rothenberg

Amy Rothenberg

Dr. Amy Rothenberg practices in Enfield, Connecticut & Northampton, Massachusetts. She blogs for the Huffington Post, Medium, Thrive Global and more. Her book, The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories From Natural Medicine, can be found here. She is founder & lead instructor at the New England School of Homeopathy. A new NESH class will begin in Amherst MA in October 2018. She has raised three wonderful children with her husband, Paul Herscu ND, MPH and spends much of her non-working hours in the garden or art studio & on the ballroom dance floor.

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