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Jul 26, 2016

This month, in the middle of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I share a bit of my experience as a teacher and musings on education and specifically, homeopathic education. 

It's a big subject, and this hour barely scratches the surface. But it's a fascinating and thought provoking journey. 


The Present: 

Segments of interviews with homeopaths turned teacher: Robert Field of the Resonance School of Homeopathy, and Nancy Frederick of the Baylight Center for Homeopathy. 

Wendy Pollock, chiropractor and certified homeopath shares her first homeopathic educational experience, as well as how teaching is a part of the work of Homeopaths Without Borders in Haiti. 

Leiah Golden, daughter of well-known Australian homeopath Isaac Golden, describes a dreamy early homeopathic education: playing homeopath in her father's clinic. 

And finally Jeremy Sherr brings to light his thoughts on teaching for 30 years, all around the world. 


The Past:

There are so many articles and references to homeopathic education and students in the archives. It seems that disagreements and passionate soapboxing on the state of homeopathic education were common topics for journals of the early 19th and 20th centuries. 

Here, I read just a short excerpt from The British Homeopathic Journal of 1912. 


The Future: 

The interviews ran long this episode, so I was not able to squeeze in a discussion of a remedy. Stay tuned for next time! 


Links to my guests below:

Wendy Pollock at