Homeopathic Teachers Directory
Listed below are registered NASH members who teach homeopathy and who have submitted their names and information about their teaching credentials, schedules, and specialties. Select the appropriate category to filter your results.
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Catherine has been practicing and teaching homeopathy since 1994. Her active practice is split between two offices located in Fair Lawn, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York.
Catherine’s published cases have appeared in The American Homeopath, LINKS, Simillimum and The Homeopath, U.K. She also wrote a foreward to Anne Schaddes Proving of Ozone, since she has a strong interest in and knowledge of chemistry and physics.
Catherine’s teaching experiences include a seminar on the periodic table at the Toronto Homeopathic College and Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine; a seminar at a Syracuse study group; and workshops at NASH conferences in New York and Florida. Also, in 2003 and 2004 she presented cured cases at international homeopathic seminars in India.
Recently, Catherine gave a seminar in Belgium, “How to prescribe a remedy from an animal kingdom.”
Laura Sholtz, PhD, RSHom(NA), CCH, FBIH, a certified professional Homeopath and Master Herbalist, has been using natural healing methods since 1967, and immediately resonated with homeopathy after first learning about it over 24 years ago. She has been practicing in the Central Maine area since 1989. Laura is on the Board of Directors for the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH), and serves as both Registrar and Book Review Editor; she also served on the Board of Directors for the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC) for more than six years. Laura has been an instructor for the British Institute of Homeopathy (BIH) since 2002, and teaches classes, and is a frequent speaker, on homeopathy and alternative healing locally. For several years she taught Homeopathy at the University of Maine. One of her goals is to have knowledge of homeopathy in every home, and easily available to all as an automatic first choice for healing, rather than only as a last chance.