This free three-part webinar series invites you to go deeper into your study of homeopathy while raising funds to support the efforts of the HOHM Foundation and Homeopathy Help Network to offer accessible homeopathy care and produce quality homeopathy research that sets the stage for homeopathy in the world of tomorrow.
- January 5: Seeking our Truth in Hahnemann’s Alchemy
- January 12: Research: Securing the Future of Homeopathy
- January 19: Demystifying the Theory and Philosophy of Homeopathy: A Primer
HOHM Potentized Benefit Seminar
Seeking Our Truth in Hahnemann's Alchemy
January 5, 2022 6-8 pm EST
Denise Straiges, CCH, RSHom(NA), PC
How is it that Homeopathy, the second most widely used medicine in the world today—with more than 200 years of clinical experience—has yet to agree on a set of guidelines as to what we do and how we do it? Perhaps it is because we have yet to fully understand the ways in which Hahnemann came to develop this amazing system of medicine and its therapeutic interventions.
This presentation explores the stated historiography of Homeopathy and, by way of previously unexplored primary source materials, proposes a revised narrative–full of twists and turns, pseudonyms, and missing footnotes—on the way toward the elucidation of a more complete understanding of Hahnemann’s genius.
Research: Securing the Future of Homeopathy
January 12, 2022 6-8 pm EST
Alastair Gray, PhD, MSc, BAHons, ADH, DSH, PCH, PCHom
The Research Office of HOHM Foundation has been working hard to gather data related to the practice of homeopathy in collaboration with the chronic teaching clinic at the Academy of Homeopathy Education and the acute care clinic at HomeopathyHelpNow.com. The team at HOHM foundation involves expert researchers as well as engaging over 150 students and volunteers! The research team collects this information to analyze, synthesize and write papers and research articles to evolve our knowledge of the clinical effects of homeopathy, to push the profession of homeopathy forward – as their gift to the world of integrative health care! In this seminar, Alastair Gray will be sharing some of the results and findings from the clinical data collected from the HHN acute clinic as well as from the AHE chronic clinic. These important findings will be presented to demonstrate the excellent work of these clinical settings – all the while also answering the critical questions…. Are we safe? Are we effective? Are we efficient? Are we any good? Why does research matter? How can I contribute?
Demystifying the Theory and Philosophy of Homeopathy: A Primer
January 19, 2022 6-8 pm EST
Kelly Callahan, CCH, RSHom (NA)
Kelly Callahan, CCH will guide you effortlessly through some of the basics of homeopathy theory and philosophy and ground you in the foundations that underpin best practices.
Homeopathy is a deep subject, and professional practitioners rely heavily on theory and philosophy for all aspects of practice, from case-taking to management.
Having a solid foundation in theory and philosophy can take your home prescribing to the next level. This seminar will touch on how to apply homeopathy with an understanding of the philosophical ideas of health, disease, and healing so that you get more consistent results in your home.
HOHM Potentized Benefit Seminar
Denise Straiges CCH, RSHom(NA), PCH is fiercely committed to raising the bar in academic and clinical training for all Homeopaths. She is the President and Clinical Director of The Academy of Homeopathy Education (AHE), and established HOHM Foundation, whose initiatives include the Homeopathy Help Network, a not-for-profit, research-based initiative focused on delivering high quality, affordable Homeopathy care to all. Denise has taught for numerous homeopathy schools in the US and abroad and has been an invited speaker at conferences around the world in homeopathy, integrative wellness, and spirituality in medicine.
She is currently pursuing graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her work includes original, primary research focused on the origins of homeopathy, in particular, Hahnemann’s influences in The Chronic Diseases and the evolution of potency. She is writing a practical, in-depth compendium on Case Analysis.
Alastair Gray, PhD, MSc, BAHons, ADH, DSH, PCH, PCHom has a PhD in Public Health. More specifically he is an expert in the field of Complementary Medicine education. Much of his research has a focus on technologies in the field of CM and learning technologies in the education of future practitioners. He teaches at and heads the academic, operations, and research at the Academy of Homeopathy Education. In addition, he holds various consulting roles: academic (College of Health and Homeopathy, NZ), educational (National Centre for Integrative Medicine, UK), as well as consulting to many organizations on homeopathic provings and e-learning world-wide. A regular seminar and conference presenter worldwide and having spent a decade in the higher education arena in Australia, he is the author of 23 books and numerous articles on primary research in natural medicine. Originally educated as an historian, he teaches the history of health, healing and medicine at schools, colleges and universities in multiple countries. Alastair has been in practice for more than 30 years.
Kelly Callahan, CCH, RSHom (NA) is a certified Homeopath in private practice for eight years who has leveraged a previous education experience into multiple educational platforms. She has a strong background in experiential and individualized education that reinforces fundamental clinical skills in homeopathy, including ability to personalize approach, maintain big picture and shift with the dynamic needs of the patient. She is the creator and producer of the only professionally oriented homeopathy podcast. Bi-weekly episodes covering philosophy, history, and interviews with homeopaths around the world.