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—TOPICS 2019—

  • AUG 7 — Homeopathy for Childhood Diseases
  • SEP 4 — Introduction to Homeopathy
  • OCT 2 — Overview of the Boenninghausen Approach to Case Taking
  • OCT 16 — Movie Night! – Just One Drop: The Story Behind the Homeopathy Controversy
  • NOV 6 — Homeopathy, Our Immune System and Epidemics
  • DEC 4 — Homeopathy and Eye Health

—TOPICS 2020—

  • JAN 8 — Homeopathy for Colds, Flu, and Coughs
  • FEB 5 — First Aid with Homeopathy
  • MAR 4 — Acute Inflammation, Arthritis, and Homeopathy
  • APR 1 — CANCELLED – Homeopathy for Our Animal Companions
  • MAY 6 — CANCELLED – Homeopathy & Bowen Therapy Technique – the Homeopathy of Body Work
  • JUN 3 — CANCELLED

Acute Inflammation, Arthritis, and Homeopathy

March 4th, 2020 (6:30pm – 8:00pm)
Speaker: Chris Mercante
Newark Senior Center

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Everyone knows someone suffering from back pain, joint stiffness and arthritic pain. We will be reviewing some remedies that will help you get through this difficult period.

About the speaker, Chris Mercante:
Chris discovered Homeopathy in the late 1980’s after suffering for three years with severe depression and exhaustion. She felt driven to learn more about this remarkable form of medicine that had literally transformed her life.

As a result of her quest for knowledge, she is passionate about helping others to understand the importance of this little known drug-free modality.

Chris has used her skills to treat and cure a variety of childhood illnesses for her four children, her husband and her friends. The past four years have been spent giving back to NCH by coordinating the New Castle County Study Group: Homeopathy Delaware.

“I am happy to make this contribution to the local community to advance the proper usage of Homeopathic Products. It is important to me to educate and share the beauty and harmony of Homeopathy with others. I believe Homeopathy is the gift that keeps on giving.” – Chris Mercante

Location of meeting:
Newark Senior Center
200 Whitechapel Dr
Newark, DE 19713

Entrance is in the back of the building. We will be in Classroom 3 (last room on the left).


CANCELLED – Homeopathy for Our Animal Companions

April 1st, 2020 (6:30pm – 8:00pm)
Speaker: Barbara Bason
Newark Senior Center

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Many people discover homeopathic medicine for themselves after experiencing its miracle of healing for their animal companion, be it a dog, cat, bird or another animal friend.

Our talk will be about common situations of first aid, trauma and injury where homeopathy can heal your pet, save its life and prevent chronic disease by balancing your companion’s vital force and supporting its immune system. The remedies are the same as used for humans – it is the circumstances and the species application that varies.

In addition, bring your questions, share experiences you have had using homeopathy for your animal companion and hear some heartwarming cases about animals given the best care and prognosis with homeopathy.

A list of books and on line resources will be provided as well as a display and synopsis of a few of the best books.

All information is sourced from available veterinarian self help books and from the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy or the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Assoc.

About the speaker, Barbara Bason:
Barbara is a graduate of the University of Delaware with degrees in Biology and Medical Technology.

She holds certificates in classical Homeopathy from the Allen Academy (Robert Bannan) and in advanced classical Homeopathy from the Dynamis School (Jeremy Sherr).

Barbara is a registered member of both the National Center for Homeopathy and the Minnesota Homeopathic Association.

Following a 10 year career in childbirth education and doula/midwifery work, Barbara established her own practice in family-centered Classical Homeopathy in 1999. She is a certified CEASE Therapy practitioner (Complete Elimination of Autistic Spectrum Expression) and a certified supervisor for Free and Healthy Children International (homeoprophylaxis for infectious, contagious disease).

Barbara is also certified in the practice of Bowen Therapy, a gentle form of physical therapy that has been called ‘the body work of homeopathy’. She added the Bowen Therapy to her practice in 2001 as a complement to her homeopathy practice.

Barbara is passionate about natural approaches to healing and believes a well informed public — knowledgeable about their options — offers the best solution for making sound personal choices.

To that end, Barbara donates her time and expertise on a monthly basis to teach “all who are interested” in learning about how to use homeopathy in acute, self-limiting health situations such as injuries and illnesses, thus helping people feel better quickly without the side-effects of conventional medicines.

Location of meeting:
Newark Senior Center
200 Whitechapel Dr
Newark, DE 19713

Entrance is in the back of the building. We will be in Classroom 3 (last room on the left).


CANCELLED – Homeopathy & Bowen Therapy Technique – the Homeopathy of Body Work

May 6th, 2020 (6:30pm – 8:00pm)
Speaker: Barbara Bason
Newark Senior Center

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Bowen therapy technique is often referred to as the “homeopathy of body work” resulting in an increase in practitioners of homeopathy including it in their practice.

The alignment of the general concepts of Homeopathy and BT allow the two modalities to be complementary and similar in a way that invites comparison.

Homeopathy, developed by Samuel Hahnemann, is known for its holistic system of medicine which stimulates the body’s physical, mental and emotional healing responses with no known contraindications.

Three fundamental principles of Homeopathy are essential concepts to the practice and healing of Homeopathy:

The Law of Similars (like cures like)
The Minimum Dose (the smallest amount that will bring about healing)
The Totality of Symptoms (treatment tailored to each person according to their complete symptom picture)
Bowen therapy technique, a gentle, hands -on healing art, was developed in the 1950s by an Australian, Thomas Bowen.

As with Homeopathy, Bowen treatments are tailored to each individual according to their complete symptom picture, including not only physical symptoms but also their mental and emotional state. This is analogous to one of Homeopathy’s principles, The Totality of Symptoms.
Depending on the patient’s symptom picture, a Bowen practitioner chooses among many distinct Bowen therapy moves using those which are similar and most specific to the symptoms of the patient. This is comparable to ‘like cures like’ or ‘similar suffering’.
A minimum of Bowen moves are received by the patient who rests comfortably on a padded table, fully clothed in loose apparel. No oils are used during light rolling movements of the practitioner’s fingers in precise patterns over specific areas of the body.
The smallest number of moves or procedures along with the lightest touch on the fewest areas of the body constitutes a ‘minimum dose’ – the smallest amount that will bring about healing. This is similar to The Law of the Minimum Dose.

Join us at the Homeopathy Delaware meeting on June 3, 2020, the first Wednesday, when Barbara Bason, practitioner of Homeopathy and Bowen therapy technique will tell us more about Bowen therapy including how it complements her practice of Homeopathy and how it can be a stand -alone modality of healing for the person suffering from chronic and acute complaints, including injuries. The class will include some demonstrations of Bowen therapy technique.

About the speaker, Barbara Bason:
Barbara is a graduate of the University of Delaware with degrees in Biology and Medical Technology.

She holds certificates in classical Homeopathy from the Allen Academy (Robert Bannan) and in advanced classical Homeopathy from the Dynamis School (Jeremy Sherr).

Barbara is a registered member of both the National Center for Homeopathy and the Minnesota Homeopathic Association.

Following a 10 year career in childbirth education and doula/midwifery work, Barbara established her own practice in family-centered Classical Homeopathy in 1999. She is a certified CEASE Therapy practitioner (Complete Elimination of Autistic Spectrum Expression) and a certified supervisor for Free and Healthy Children International (homeoprophylaxis for infectious, contagious disease).

Barbara is also certified in the practice of Bowen Therapy, a gentle form of physical therapy that has been called ‘the body work of homeopathy’. She added the Bowen Therapy to her practice in 2001 as a complement to her homeopathy practice.

Barbara is passionate about natural approaches to healing and believes a well informed public — knowledgeable about their options — offers the best solution for making sound personal choices.

To that end, Barbara donates her time and expertise on a monthly basis to teach “all who are interested” in learning about how to use homeopathy in acute, self-limiting health situations such as injuries and illnesses, thus helping people feel better quickly without the side-effects of conventional medicines.

Location of meeting:
Newark Senior Center
200 Whitechapel Dr
Newark, DE 19713

Entrance is in the back of the building. We will be in Classroom 3 (last room on the left).


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