The Professional Members of the Australian Homoeopathic Association in Tasmania are proud to host the 9th Australian Homœopathic Medicine Conference at the RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel, Hobart, Australia, from 24 – 26 October 2014. The conference theme is ‘Grass Roots Homeopathy – Back to Basics’.
Grass Roots Homoeopathy is not just about ‘Classical’ Homoeopathy. It’s about going back to our basic tools as Homoeopaths and making sure we’re as good as we can be. It’s about remembering the important skills that we may have forgotten along the way, and it’s about honoring both the mistakes and triumphs that we and others have had that have caused us to learn and grow as people, and as a profession.
AHMC’s 2014 keynote speaker is Joe Kellerstein. Through his post-graduate program, Dr Joe Kellerstein has made it a ‘mission’ to re-introduce our community of homoeopaths to the principles and practice of original Hahnemannian medicine. This program encompasses the same methods that created astounding cures detailed in thousands of pages of journal articles over two centuries, and his mission for the Conference is to take us back to these basics.
You are invited to join the Australian homœopathic community and associated practitioners for a unique experience of the very best in homœopathy and a weekend of fun, laughter and sharing of experiences. Enhance your ideas and alight your enthusiasm as some of the very best in the profession feed your passion for this wonderful art and science of homœopathy.
Keynote Speaker: Four Quad Questions Parts 1 & 2,
Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine
Dr Joseph Kellerstein graduated as a Chiropractor in 1981, a Naturopathic Doctor in 1984 and completed his Fellowship in Homeopathy with the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy in 1989. As well as a busy practice, over 80% of which is devoted to Homeopathy, he has lectured at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine since 1997.
Bringing Clarity in Remedy Understanding & Posology Why different homoeopaths describe the same remedy in different ways?,
The Argentum Mentoring
Shilpa Bhouraskar graduated as a Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery from India in 1997, which is a medical degree in India. Further, she trained under some of the most experienced homoeopaths in Homoeopathic hospitals and Clinics and practised as a homoeopathic GP in India for seven years before she moved to Sydney, in 2004.
Ledum & Puncture Wounds: Chinese Whispers,
Sydney Homoeopathic Centre
Ken D’Aran first started full time practice in 1981 utilising herbal and other natural medicines and decided to specialise in Homoeopathic medicine founding the Sydney Homoeopathic Centre in 1987. Since that time Ken has been active in the many Homoeopathic association changes, a founding member of AROH and involved in the early formation the Australian National Competencies of Homoeopathy.
Gerry Dendrinos has been in practice as a homeopath and herbalist for the past 14 years in Canberra, ACT. In addition to his homeopathic training, Gerry trained as a traditional herbalist under Kim Dudley, Dorothy Hall and the American herbalist/homoeopath Matthew Wood.
Supervision: Nurturing the grass roots,
Vice Chair of the European Central Council of Homeopaths
Zofia has been a homoeopath in private practice for 28 years in the UK. A trained Assessor and Mentor, she has supported homoeopaths to complete their registration with the Society of Homeopaths.
Obstacles to Cure in the Treatment of Autistic Children of eleven books on homoeopathy
He is a world authority on homoeoprophylaxis – the use of homoeopathic medicines for specific infectious disease prevention – and was the first person to be awarded a PhD from a mainstream Australian University for research on a homoeopathic topic.
Homoeopathy and Mental Health: “If You Don’t Know Your History, You Don’t Know Your Roots”
Michelle studied homoeopathy at the London College of Classical Homoeopathy. She is also a registered nurse, with over 20 years experience in mental health. Her homoeopathic practice is based in Bella Vista, Sydney.
Understanding the Second Prescription in PTSD
Liz Lalor lectures on the symbiotic relationship between the mental and emotional disturbance, and physical pathology. Lalor writes: If the homoeopath is only able to focus on the non narrative physical pathological facts of the patient’s health then they have failed to illuminate the universals of the patient’s suffering by revealing the peculiar within the narrative of the patient’s story of their life.
Homoeopathic Education Forum
Mark completed his diploma of Naturopathy at Nature Care College, Sydney, in 1993 and upgraded to a bachelor of Health Sciences (Complementary Medicine), Charles Sturt University, in 2004. Since then he has ompleted a post graduate diploma in Counselling and Human Services from La Trobe University and a post graduate diploma in Alcohol and Other Drugs studies through Turning Point and YSAS.
The Future of Homoeopathic Theory: Aid or Impediment to Practice?
David has been practising and teaching homeopathy since the 1980s. His model of practice merges interests in the management of chronic disease and family healthcare. He particularly values the importance of therapeutic relationships as an ethical foundation for professional practice.
Homoeopathy by Numbers in the Solomon Islands
Jane’s personal interest in Homoeopathy started after the birth of her first child who received homoeopathic treatment as a young baby, when other medicine had not helped. Jane studied Homoeopathy initially with Stella Berg and then at the Welsh School of Homeopathy with Linda Gwillim and Bill Rumble, as well as attending Jeremy Sherr’s clinics in Malvern.
Dr. Joe graduated from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles’ Medical School in 1976 and specialised in Surgery. After 25 years of conventional practice, he left the Dark Side and is now practicing only Natural Medicine and especially Homoeopathy, Herbalism, Homoeobotanical Medicine, Ortho-Bionomy, Visceral Manipulation, Osteopathy, Acupuncture and TCM, Nutrition, Pranic Healing, Medical Qigong and Tai Chi and many more. He is now consulting at his private clinic Natura Medica in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Dr. Jawahar Shah, founder of Mind Technologies, is a pioneer when it comes to connecting health with technology. A Homoeopath by training, he lives and works in Mumbai, where he has been running a busy Homoeopathic practice for over 30 years. He was a Member of the Central Council of Homoeopathy, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. He was also a Member of the Education committee which decides the policies governing education.
The Second Prescription
Dr Shukla is a second generation Homoeopath as his father is also a Homoeopathic practitioner. He has practiced Homoeopathy for 30 years in Lucknow, India. Presently he is attached to the Cyberjaya University College of medical sciences(CUCMS) as a lecturer and is a trainer for the Malaysian Homeopathic medical council (MPHM) under the Ministry of Health Malaysia.
Functional Disorders: The Vital Language of the Life Force
was privileged to have the late homoeopath and pharmacist, Robert Beheit, as a teacher and I still remember my first lecture on homoeopathy. It was a moment of enlightenment, akin to Saul on the road to Damascus, when he explained the basic tenets of homoeopathy including the concept that homoeopathy could potentially clear the inherited or developed predisposition to disease. There was no turning back from that moment.
Melting Pot Workshop
In 2005, The Aurum Project became the first homoeopathic charity in Australia.