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I’m Sarah. I have been practicing classical homeopathy and preparing remedies for 17 years. Now I am applying these experiences not just in the clinic and remedy room, but also in the classroom and student clinic. I have the great privilege of working with the Academy of Homeopathic Education.

I stumbled on homeopathy after college when I was preparing for medical school. I answered an ad in the local paper for a homeopathic assistant. “That sounds interesting”. I got the job, and I was hooked. I found a rare and peculiar field that encompassed all of my diverse interests. Botany and ecology, physiology and epidemiology, psychology and philosophy.

By nature I am simultaneously sensitive and analytical. In homeopathy I discovered that these two traits could actually play well together. Rather than fighting with my temperament, I could use it as a superpower. Perceiving the interior of a problem and adapting solutions to fit each person makes homeopathy a great fit for me.

When not in clinic, I spend as much time as possible with my energetic family outdoors. We especially love rivers, lakes, oceans, and hot springs.


  • CCH, Council for Homeopathic Certification, 2013
  • PCH, Dynamis School for Advanced Homeopathy, 2007
  • Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, 2002
  • Macalester College, BA, Psychology, 1995

About homeopathy

Homeopathy is a natural medicine.  So what makes it different from herbal medicine, or acupuncture, or nutrition?

Homeopathy is a distinct system of medicine that was established in Europe in the late 1700’s.  It was a conventional form of medical practice in the United States until the early 1900’s.  It is used worldwide by 200 million people. Homeopathy is part of the national health systems in Mexico, Switzerland, India, Pakistan, Brazil, and Chile.   

Homeopathy rests on four basic principles. Some holistic medicines apply one or two similar principles, but this set is unique to homeopathy.

  • Individual examination of the patient
  • Understanding illness based on a totality of symptoms
  • Law of similars in selecting a homeopathic remedy
  • Minimum dose used to elicit a healing response

To read more about homeopathy, a great place to start is the National Center for Homeopathy.