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Less is More

An Occasional Newsletter from

The New England School of Homeopathy

Spring is in the Air 
April 2011   


Dr. Rothenberg's

New Book:

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for a listing of  

Dr. Rothenberg's upcoming speaking events & booking signings


listen to recordings

 of her past speaking engagements


NESH will have a booth at the 

Joint American Homeopathic Conference  

this weekend in Alexandria, VA


We hope to see you there!!!

Schedule for New NESH 10 Weekend Course in Boston, MA area: 

September 9-11, 2011

November 11-13, 2011

January 20-22, 2012

March 9-11, 2012

May 18-20, 2012

July 27-29, 2012

September 7-9, 2012

November 2-4, 2012

January  25-27, 2013

March 8-10, 2013

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Dear Friends,


Though there are still stubborn piles of snow dotting my yard, the triumphant tiger lilies are pushing their way through the hardened dirt. The days are mercifully growing longer, birds are exuberantly chattering away around the feeders and in a true tribute to the promise of spring, I have planted peas in the garden. 


 I feel like we survived a long cold winter, where here in New England we were simply hammered with snow. I feel the energy and enthusiasm for life that comes with more light, less layers and knowledge that I can spend more time outdoors! It has been a tumultuous time in the world, with uprisings and earthquakes, economic instability and environmental challenges. Sometimes I feel at the very least, we can take care of ourselves and take care of each other with learning about healthy lifestyle options and natural medicine.


Paul Herscu ND has written a piece, in light of the situation in Japan, that lays out essential background information about radiation. And I wanted to share with you a bit from my book, so am slipping an excerpt from the preface for you to read.


Good wishes for a healthy and peaceful spring.

Amy Rothenberg ND  

Electromagnetic RadiationPaul Herscu

By Paul Herscu ND

In light of recent occurrences in Japan, we have received numerous questions on the topic of radiation. What seems in order is a quick primer on radiation in general. In the coming weeks, as events unfold, I will update recommendations through this format.

This particular
writing is designed to provide more complete information to those wanting to understand where the Japanese nuclear emergency fits into the larger topic of radiation. The first part represents a condensed overview describing radiation, both non-ionizing and ionizing. The second part begins the discussion on the Japan power plant crisis of 2011, first describing what happened, but more importantly, placing it in context.


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Excerpt from the Preface of ...   

The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine


by Dr. Amy Rothenberg, ND DHANP


I devoured my earliest Oliver Sachs book when I was nursing my first child. I was captured by his eloquent descriptions of patients, their lives, their illnesses and his unique experiences of and with them. Sachs brought patients to life and provided my first exposure to narrative medicine.


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NEW NESH 10 Weekend Certificate Course

Beginning September 2011 in the Boston, MA area  


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This course is designed for both the beginner and more experienced homeopaths. We have designed, practiced and taught an effective, integrated approach to understanding classical homeopathy called Cycles and Segments. This approach informs all aspects of practice; it is an effective tool which allows us to focus case-taking and offers a practical way of organizing and analyzing information. It allows for the satisfying study of materia medica which is deep, integrated and satisfying.

Instructors: Drs. Paul Herscu ND & Amy Rothenberg ND

Email us for more detailed information and an application.
Early Application Bonus ...

Apply & be accepted by
May 12th
and receive a free back issue of the New England Journal of Homeopathy -
Vol 8 #1 

focusing on
Cycles & Segments.
NESH 10 Weekend Course in Boston, MA area beginning September 2011

Click here to read what our students and alum are saying about studying with the New England School of Homeopathy, here's a sample ...

"I've studied homeopathy with many fine teachers over a period of 20 years and NESH offers the most congruous teachings of homeopathy. Every homeopath and aspiring homeopath will be enlightened by this course and it is a 'must do' opportunity. They offer necessary information with a depth and dimension that our practice and understanding of homeopathy deserves. It gives treating the patient new meaning."  

Molly Kay McNally, PCHom

Lake Oswego, OR 

Offer for free NEJH Back Issue Expires: May 12, 2011