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You know what happened- the pandemic hit, the world shut down. But not for these homeopathy students, who stepped up and helped to build a homeopathy help line- www.homeopathyhelpnow.com- that to date, has assisted over 600 patients in acute illness. In this episode, hear from the voices behind the scenes about how it happened, and what it was like…
 
This is the first episode back since quarantine hit the globe in March. This episode kicks off a whole new series of regular episodes, and a new theme- Challenges and Opportunities in Homeopathy. My guest, Alastair Gray, is a leader in our field with 30 years on the front lines, especially in education. Find out about Al at Bio and Academy of Homeo…
 
There's another epidemic that needs our attention- Systemic Racism. It's an obstacle to cure, and as homeopaths, we have to look at ourselves individually, and also help heal the collective. I'm giving over my regular Aphorism Friday spot to this extremely important topic. Listen to me, and then head over to Brene Brown's June 10th podcast intervie…
 
At this time of publication, Jeremy Sherr has given three, free Covid-19 Epidemic Updates. Listen to the homeopathic expert in epidemics discuss the philosophy of epidemics, practical advice for taking and analyzing cases, symptoms, remedies emerging, and how to come together as homeopaths to alleviate the suffering. Only one of Jeremy's 8 FREE Cov…
 
Paola Brown, founder and President of Americans for Homeopathy Choice, has not only led one of the biggest consumer advocacy efforts for homeopathy in the United States, she has also created an original curriculum for teaching homeopathy to children. While so much of the world is homeschooling, it's a perfect time to expose children to the healing …
 
I've wanted to interview the spouse of a homeopath for awhile, and it finally dawned on me... I had one in my own home! In this behind the scenes interview, Mr. Kelly Callahan shares his experience of being married to a homeopath (me!). Mr. Callahan and I talk homeopathy and complexity and life and work everyday, which might be unique to us, but ma…
 
Tracy Karkut-Law is a long standing practitioner, as well the co-founder of Your Radiant Business. Tracy talked with me about homeopathic journey, as well as tips and strategies for creating a business practice that is a reflection of you and your values, while being savvy and successful! Check out their offerings at https://www.yourradiantbusiness…
 
My guest, Carol Boyce, is a British homeopath, teacher, activist, filmmaker, and then some. She's been traveling around the world on behalf of homeopathy since graduating in 1985. Carol speaks with me today about the recent attacks on homeopathy and homeopaths in the UK, and where it call started. Check out her new organization, Homeopathy Internat…
 
Kathleen Scheible, a California based homeopath, is an example of how we can 10x our impact as homeopaths. Kathleen runs a successful practice, offers bi-weekly free clinics to neighborhood seniors, and pioneered the inclusion of certified homeopaths in the Integrative Healers Action Network. In addition, she's stepped up in a leadership capacity a…
 
The Joint American Homeopathy Conference is a huge endeavor, and is the splashiest thing the the National Center for Homeopathy does. Inbetween conferences, the volunteers and staff and NCH are working to elevate and promote homeopathy on the national stage. I spoke with past president Abby Beal and incoming president Tina Quirk about how the Natio…
 
Join me on a walk for this intercurrent episode (literally... I recorded this while on a walk!) as I muse about the four stages of learning: unconscious incompetence conscious incompetence conscious competence unconscious competence Like my previous episodes on case audits, this was sparked by reaching another boundary of my own competence in pract…
 
The National Center for Homeopathy collaborates to host the Joint American Homeopathic Conference every year. It's THE event for practitioners, students, dabblers, teachers, vendors and wanna-be's in the North-American homeopathic world. Join me as I talk to attendees, presenters, committee members and anyone else who I could corner in Baltimore, M…
 
It's the 50-ish episode, and I think 1M falls into the category of a 'Harshad' podcast, don't you? Don't know what 'harshad' means? Listen to find out :) 50 is cool, in life and in homeopathy. The resources used for this podcast: Wikipedia ridingthebeast.com https://affinitynumerology.com/number-meanings/number-50-meaning.php My RadarOpus reference…
 
Lynn Amara taught with my previous guest, Jo Daly, at the Pacific Academy of Homeopathy in California. We talk about her history, her practice, and more. Find Lynn's current offerings as a mentor on Trinity Health Hub where she teaches 'Skin with Lynn' - an awesome, highly useful series on dealing with skin conditions in the clinic.…
 
In this intercurrent episode, Kelly digs into the question of whether Hahnemann approved of using nosodes. There are references in The Organon and Chronic Diseases that leave the reader wondering. Diving into the archives Kelly uncovered a fascinating discussion by busy homeopaths of yesteryear, who grappled with this question themselves. Listen al…
 
Welcome back! In the last episode I brought you alongside my experience with Americans for Homeopathy Choice in Washington DC, where over 100 volunteers from around the United States advocated for access to homeopathic remedies. This month, an enlightening conversation with Dr. Robert Melo who shares his experience as a pharmacist, and how his worl…
 
Kelly traveled to Washington DC to volunteer with Americans for Homeopathy Choice. She joined over 150 volunteers from around the United States to meet with aides to their elected representatives in response to FDA's 2017 Draft Guidance. Kelly chronicles her time in DC, talking to other volunteers, the thorough training before a day of meetings, a …
 
Mary Aspinwall is an accomplished senior homeopathic practitioner. Originally from the UK and Ireland, she currently resides in Santa Barbara, CA in the United States where she has a busy practice as well as running Mary's Homeopathy Study Group on Facebook. Mary shares her personal story of healing, the major influences on her career, the incredib…
 
Primary and Secondary actions are classic homeopathic philosophy. That doesn't make them not controversial, or a hot topic of conversation among homeopaths past and present! In this intercurrent episode, Kelly presents a view different views from the archives on primary and secondary action.Oleh Kelly Callahan
 
I talk today with Jerry Kantor, of Vital Force Health Care LLC about his rich book, Autism Reversal Toolbox. The book covers a broad swath including: 1) The Workbench- influences and potential etiology of ASD, cultural and environmental influences including epigenetics, and the 'Sense Dimensional perspective,' which presents a relationship between …
 
Following Hering's directions for studying remedies, I share you with you my dive into the small remedy, Sambucus nigra, which I recently used for a young patient. I love the Hering method, but have also found that it doesn't go far enough- for me. So I've added my insights and extensions. Enjoy!Oleh Kelly Callahan CCH
 
Karen Allen returns to the podcast! After having a transformative experience in her 'Start up to Stellar' class, Kelly wanted to dive into some of the issues that came up for her, and how they apply to all homeopaths in the professional realm. Catch up on their first conversation from episode 37. Karen shares the details of her new project, Trinity…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 43 of 1M, I’m Kelly Callahan and today I’m talking with Joerg Wichmann for the first interview of 2019. Joerg is the man behind the wonderful website provings.info, which is an essential resource for lovers of homeopathy, practicing or not. If this is the first you’re hearing of provings.info, it’s a comprehensive datab…
 
Hey hey! Welcome to 1M: a Homeopath’s Podcast,with episode 42. I want to wish you a Happy New Year to you, wherever you are. I hope however you’ve spent the last month, whether celebrating holidays or not, you’ve gotten some of what you want, and more of what you need, with energy and inspiration for the year to come. This year, 2019, will be the 4…
 
Hey everyone! Welcome, Welcome to 1M: A Homeopath’s Podcast. This is episode 41, the last episode of 2018, and wraps up my 3rd year of podcasting. Today’s guest is symbolic for me in that way, as it was in Jeremy Sherr’s Dynamis class that I conceived of this idea to do a podcast. So to have him back on the show for the 2nd time- the first time I d…
 
Hey folks! This is a new, different, and slightly challenging episode- but ultimately, an awesome one! The challenging part is that my computer is in the shop, so I'm working off my son's computer and my back up drive, which makes finding files a bit of a challenge. As such, there's some new atmospheric music- 'Deep Ocean' provided by Purple Planet…
 
Yesterday was Halloween, but the scary story that we've been grappling with- and will continue to- is the quiet action of the FDA, chipping away our access to homeopathic remedies. This is episode 39 of the 1M podcast. Today I’ve brought you not just a great interview, but one of extreme importance to the health and future of homeopathy here in the…
 
Hello Friends… I’m so happy that you’ve joined me! We’re going to dive into discovery together with my awesome, fun guests today- Denise Straiges and Alastair Gray I often start the top of the show with a quote that I particularly like from the interview- and it typically isn’t me -BUT- in this case, it seemed really apropos because some really coo…
 
Today's episode is an hour and some change of unparalleled value - an interview with Karen Allen, senior practitioner and so much more…. I pulled the quote out there at the top of the show because I felt like Karen put into words what so many of us feel at some point in our lives as we become deeper and deeper embedded in homeopathy. But it’s not o…
 
As promised from Episode 35, I have an audio recording for you of me reading Constantine Hering's essay- On the Study of Homeopathic Materia Medica. In this recording, I allow the essay to stand alone, with no commentary. I also recommend reading it yourself here: http://www.wholehealthnow.com/homeopathy_pro/hering_1.html Several times. In the next…
 
Today I have a conversation with Spero Latchis, a senior homeopath now living in Portland, Maine, though as you will hear in our conversation, he has had a unique and wide ranging career that’s taken him from Vermont, to India, and now here to Portland. I’m late getting this podcast out and for that I apologize…. summer comes a bit fast and furious…
 
Desiree Brazelton approached me about sharing her work addressing parenting within her practice of consulting with children, and indicated that she had been thinking about the remedy states of certain parenting styles. I loved this idea, as in my own life as a homeschooling parent and a practitioner who has a lot of families and children in my prac…
 
Today I’m bringing you an interview I did with Lauren Fox and Holly Manoogian, of Homeopaths Without Borders. HWB is a volunteer run organization that was founded in 1996. Their mission-from the website- is to introduce or advance the understanding and use of homeopathy in areas where it does not yet exist or is minimally available, as well as to p…
 
Today's guest is Laurel Chiten, filmmaker of Just One Drop, one of two documentaries about homeopathy that is screening around the globe as I speak. If you are a long-time listener, or you’ve checked out some back episodes, you may remember that I interviewed Laurel right about this time 2 years ago, before Just One Drop was released, before she ev…
 
Today I am pleased to bring you my conversation with Carla Marcelis, of the Montreal Institute of Classical Homeopathy in Canada, about her work in the clinics of Honduras bringing homeopathy to remote areas where the need is great. Homeopathy as a first line defense, as a first response to crisis and natural disaster, as the best option for bringi…
 
Links for this episode: http://www.wholehealthnow.com I encountered my guest for today, Kim Elia, when I took my first Whole Health Now course with Will Taylor, Acute Prescribing, several years ago. I remember Kim’s voice and speaking style being so distinctive and memorable, not to mention how he would rattle off Aphorisms of the Organon from memo…
 
Welcome to Season 3! I crossed paths Ananda at the Homeopathy-One Conference, and being the blatant opportunist I have become around my podcast, wasted no time in introducing myself and asking her if she would come on the podcast to talk about her film and experience creating it. Being the gracious, and now *necessarily* opportunist she must be in …
 
Year in Review Mash-UP with Case Inventory Part 2: Five Ways to Learn from Your Results (this is a lightly edited version of the podcast transcript) It IS the time of year for reflection, review, and resolution, is it not? Perhaps you engage in your own personal reflection this time of year, maybe guided by a spiritual practice or desire for change…
 
The Homeopathy One Conference in Bruges, Belgium, October 13-15 was a bold experiment, envisioned and created by Rajan Sankaran and Frederick Schroyens and their Homeopathy-One team. Join me as I share the sounds of Bruges and my experience at the conference: -interviews with participating homeopaths who traveled from America, the UK, India, and mo…
 
The Homeopathy One Conference in Bruges, Belgium, October 13-15 was a bold experiment, envisioned and created by Rajan Sankaran and Frederick Schroyens and their Homeopathy-One team. Join me as I share the sounds of Bruges and my experience at the conference: -interviews with participating homeopaths who traveled from America, the UK, India, and mo…
 
The Homeopathy One Conference in Bruges, Belgium, October 13-15 was a bold experiment, envisioned and created by Rajan Sankaran and Frederick Schroyens and their Homeopathy-One team. Join me as I share the sounds of Bruges and my experience at the conference: -interviews with participating homeopaths who traveled from America, the UK, India, and mo…
 
There are a lot great homeopaths who have contributed greatly to our Materia Medica in a variety of ways, but when I realized that I wanted to start bringing more MM into the podcast- I thought about calling the person who wrote the book I reach for the most- Frans Vermeulen, the creator and author of Prisma…. Frans graciously agreed to talk with m…
 
Hi Folks! Repertory with Roger is back, with case #311 from his Clinical Case Comparison Project. I open the episode with a snippet of the conversation with Roger where he responds to my comment that there seems to be a bit of magic in this whole process. Doesn’t homeopathy reek of magic? Especially when you see a Master at work. Like becoming musi…
 
Hey everyone! It’s great to be back, recording a new episode of 1M: a Homeopath’s Podcast. It was great to have a reprieve from the monthly episodes- summer was full of great stuff both homeopathy oriented and just life here in Maine ,which is just about perfect this time of year. Some fun serendipity is that we adopted a new puppy into our family …
 
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