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Preparing for Family Dynamics this Holiday Season

Preparing for Family Dynamics this Holiday Season

As we approach the holiday season, most of us look forward to spending time with our families and loved ones. However, such intensive family time can come with its own challenges! The people in our families mean a lot to us, usually more so than other people we know less intimately, and so we can […]

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Posted in: Health Tips, Kate, Mental health, MICHPA Member's Blog, Quiz 20-40

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Exciting Opportunities for Homeopathy in Honduras

Exciting Opportunities for Homeopathy in Honduras

December 2016 Another update on this subject will be posted soon.  In the meantime, read about the latest mission here. December 2014 One of the most promising outcomes of our recent mission is a possible agreement to teach and add homeopathy to the curriculums of three faculties of the National University of Honduras (UNAH, Universidad […]

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Posted in: Honduras, HTSF, MICHPA Member's Blog, The Homeopathic Path to Health

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Homeopathic Listening

Homeopathic Listening

Classical homeopathy, also called unicist homeopathy, refers to addressing the whole of an individual, the totality of symptoms, with a single homeopathic remedy at any one time. The single remedy most suitable to the case is the one that most closely resembles what is unique in the individual’s experience. This remedy is called the similimum. Experienced […]

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Spongia case

Spongia case

Last spring, a 23-year-old female consulted with me because she was feeling troubled by her “inability to move forward” in life.  She is a bright young woman, who speaks honestly and candidly about her issues.  She’s focused on a second career as a way to support her other interests.  She was risking failure at school […]

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Posted in: Chronic conditions, Holistic health services, Julia T, MICHPA Member's Blog

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Supporting the Shift from Summer to Fall

Supporting the Shift from Summer to Fall

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and other ancient medical systems teach us to move with the seasons. Specifically, TCM views with great importance the transition from the active and outward pouring energy of the Fire element (summer) to the more inward moving energy of the Metal (fall) and Water (winter) elements. Soup and stews, baked fruits, […]

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Posted in: Adam, Allergies, Body-Mind, Chronic conditions, Health Tips, Holistic health services, MICHPA Member's Blog

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