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Live CE Sessions

Homeopathy 0-60 with Eli Camp, ND, DHANP

A comprehensive, 275 hour course taught in 3 parts over 1 year.

Designed to allow practitioners immediate implementation of homeopathy in their practice. Good for beginners through advanced practitioners.

Pricing varies – see full course details below.

Full Course Details

Homeopathy 0-60 with Eli Camp, ND, DHANP

Three-part, 275-hour course (class + clinical + mentored) taught over ~1 year.

Download full class calendarRegistration opens July 2, 2019.

Payment options:

  • $2800 for full course, payment plan available, limit 25 slots.

Are you an HANP student or professional member? Are you a student or vital NMI associate?
Email us for a discount code.

Individual payment per Part:

  • Part 1: $400 – limit 100 students
  • Part 2: $600 – limit 100 students
  • Part 3: $2200 – payment plan available, limit 25 students, priority given to those who enroll for full course.

Class begins Aug 12, 2019 and runs through June 1, 2020. Individual final evaluations will be done June 8-29, 2020.

The entire course has been submitted to HANP, NMI and ACHENA. Part 3 has been submitted for CE through OBNM (Oregon) and NANCEAC. We do not anticipate any difficulties with final course approval.

Class meets Mondays 6:30 – 8:30 pm Central. All class hours will be held via live Zoom Meetings (call-in only option available but live video attendance is encouraged). Classes will be recorded for anytime access without expiration.

Parts 1-3 will consist of presentation, discussion, case review, quick start remedy guides and Q & A. In Part 3 only, class will also include live case taking, active case discussion, case management and homeopathic software training. Students who take all 3 parts will finish with 5 cases appropriate to fulfill the DHANP case requirement.

The intent of this course is to get you using homeopathy with your patients and clients immediately following the very first class of Part 1. This is classical homeopathy but we do cover a variety of topics including homeoprophylaxis, isopathy, cell salts, topicals and other tools for success.

Naturopathic Doctors are given priority for enrolling in this course from July 2-19 and open enrollment runs July 20 – Aug 9, 2019.

Registrants who enroll in all parts (Parts 1-3) are given one year of HANP membership (Student or Professional) at no additional charge. In addition to all HANP benefits, registrants will be added to the HANP private homeopathy discussion group. HANP membership benefits also include the monthly Homeopathic Mentor discussion with homeopaths holding their DHANP credential and access to the HANP Members Resource Library.


Part 1: Quick Start, 15 hours

An excellent place to start refreshing or educating yourself on the use of homeopathy in your practice. This is focused on health professionals and uses medical terminology but the class is open to home practitioners on a case by case basis. This quick start class will allow you to begin using homeopathy with your very next patient or client – within minutes after finishing the first lecture/discussion.

Foundational/refresher class which covers primary vs secondary reactions, complete symptoms, mechanism of action, acute and chronic healing curves, when a remedy does not work, posology, homeoprophylaxis, isopathy, cell salts and keynotes. This 4-week session includes a first aid 10-remedy quick start guide, acute 10-remedy quick start guide and a polychrest 5-remedy jump start guide. Clinical hours are logged and assignments are reviewed and commented on before return.

  • 15 hours (8 hrs class, 7 hrs clinical)
  • Meets for 4 weeks: Aug 12- Sep 2, 2019
  • 6:30-8:30 PM Central
  • Suggested reading (all free online):

Week 1: Aug 12

  • Refresher on foundations
  • Incorporating homeopathy into your practice
  • Mechanism of action for homeopathy
  • Primary vs secondary reactions
  • Complete symptom
  • Top 10 First Aid Remedies: How and when to use them, starting today!
  • Q and A on active / open cases
  • Assignment:
    • 2 ½ clinical hours of complete symptom building. Document on CH Log.

Week 2: Aug 19

  • Acute and chronic healing curves
  • When to start homeopathic treatment
  • Dr. Bill Gray’s Reaction Curve
  • Why does a remedy not work?
  • Characteristic symptoms: strange, rare or peculiar
  • 5 Acute Remedies: How and when to use them, starting today!
  • First aid case discussion/presentation. These will be submitted electronically and I will review and comment on them. I will select 2 cases to go over in class; 1 to discuss and 1 to be presented by student. Presentation is limited to 7 min speaking and 5 min Q&A.
  • Q and A on active / open cases
  •  Assignment:
    • 2 clinical hours of first aid case taking, studying for remedy, prescribing and at least 1 follow-up with at least 1 patient. Document on CH Log.
    • Case write up due Week 3 of class. Brief HPI, homeopathic intake, remedies considered, reasoning for the one chosen, follow-up. A sample case-write up will be provided.

Week 3: Aug 26

  • What to do when a remedy does not work
  • Posology (dosing)
  • Homeoprophylaxis
  • Isopathy
  • Cell salts
  • Keynote symptoms
  • 5 Acute Remedies: How and when to use them, starting today!
  • First Aid case discussion/presentation. These will be submitted electronically and I will review and comment on them. I will select 2 cases to go over in class; 1 to discuss and 1 to be presented by student. Presentation is limited to 7 min speaking and 5 min Q&A.
  • Acute case discussion/presentation. These will be submitted electronically and I will review and comment on them. I will select 2 cases to go over in class; 1 to discuss and 1 to be presented by student. Presentation is limited to 7 min speaking and 5 min Q&A.
  • Q and A on active / open cases
  • Assignment:
    • 2 ½ clinical hours of acute case taking, prescribing, and at least 1 follow-up in at least 1 patient. Document on CH Log.
    • Case write up due week 4 of class. Brief HPI, homeopathic intake, remedies considered, reasoning for the one chosen, follow-up. A sample case-write up will be provided.

Week 4: Sep 2

  • First aid / acute case presentations. These will be submitted electronically and I will review and comment on them. I will select 5 cases to be presented by students. Presentation is limited to 7 min speaking and 5 min Q&A.
  • Complete symptom assignment review. These will be submitted electronically and I will review and comment on them. I will select several to review in class.
  • Q and A for open cases
  • 5 Polychrest Remedies: How and when to use them, starting today!

Part 2: 30 hours

This is a six-week session which covers acute and chronic case taking, homeopathic charting, basic repertorizing, remedy differentiation, remedy selection, posology, case follow-up, introduction to long-term case management, incorporating homeopathy alongside other naturopathic modalities and an overview of homeopathic software (RADAR, Mac Rep and TBR2). Students will take a full acute and chronic case and submit it for evaluation and feedback. Clinical hours are logged and assignments are reviewed and commented on before return.

  • 30 hours (12 hrs class, 18 hrs clinical)
  • Meets for 6 weeks: Meets Sep 16 – Oct 28 with a break: no class Oct 1 or Oct 7
  • 6:30-8:30 PM Central
  • Suggested Reading
  • Full weekly breakdown will be posted by Aug 19, 2019

Part 3: 230 hours

Conducted over 24 weeks with built-in breaks, Part 3 includes in-depth instruction on taking and evaluating acute and chronic cases, remedy differentiation, remedy selection, long-term case management, difficult and challenging cases, materia medica discussions and training in homeopathic software (RADAR, Mac Rep and TBR2). We will also discuss creating revenue streams using homeopathy, homeopathic kits and group workshops. We will do live case taking during numerous classes. Students will have completed the 5 required DHANP credentialing cases by the end of Part 3. Group and 1:1 mentoring will cover clinical application of Parts 1-3. Clinical hours are logged and assignments are reviewed and commented on before return.

Mentoring hours will be done over Zoom in both group and a 1:1 environment as needed; online scheduling is available. Beginning Aug 12, 2019, weekly live chat hours via zoom, Mon-Fri from 8-8:30 am Central are held for help with questions and ongoing clinical cases. These are not available on the weeks where we have no class, i.e. our break weeks.

Part 3 has been submitted for CE for Naturopathic Physicians in North America and Canada (OBNM and NANCEAC).

  • 230 hrs (48 hrs class, 120 hrs clinical, 62 hrs mentored)
  • Meets for 24 weeks: Nov 11, 2019 – June 1, 2020 with 2-weeks breaks every 6 weeks
  • 6:30-8:30 pm Central
  • Suggested Reading
  • Full weekly breakdown will be posted by Aug 19, 2019

Evaluations: June 8-29, 2020

For students enrolled in Part 3


Recorded CE Sessions

SIBO Series with Mona Morstein, ND, DHANP

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Treating Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth

In this 5-part series, Dr. Morstein will walk you through SIBO – from pathophysiology and diagnostics to treatment and healing. Each session carries 1 CE hour general and can be bought separately.

5 CE hours general (OBNM) | $95

Full Course Details

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Treating Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

with Dr. Mona Morstein

5 part series: Lectures+ Patient Cases

  • SIBO Part 1: Pathophysiology
  • Diagnosing SIBO (and other related medical conditions)
  • Treating SIBO: Antibiotics
  • Treating SIBO: Diets
  • Treating SIBO: Healing the Gut and Nerves

5 hours General CE through OBNM

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is the main intestinal condition seen by gastroenterologists and 60% of IBS is now shown to be caused by Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). Every week physicians see patients complaining of gas/bloating, and constipation and/or diarrhea.

The vast majority of physicians do not understand the complicated etiology of this condition and thus most patients are not being diagnosed promptly, and are not being treated with the comprehensive protocol required to eradicate the SIBO, and then prevent recurrence, heal the gut, and heal the affected nerves. Physicians who frequently see patients with gastroenterological conditions should watch these webinars to become an expert on SIBO, so they can feel comfortable taking each patient through the complex step by step process of this multifactorial condition. Dr. Mona Morstein has been on the Expert Panel and a Speaker at the Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth conference in 2014 and 2015, in Portland, OR. She has also spoken on this condition at naturopathic medical schools and via webinar.

The SIBO Series consist of 5 sessions, carrying 5 CE hours (4 general + 1 Rx) approved through OBNM. Cost: $95

Sessions:

1. The pathophysiology of SIBO (1 CE Gen)

2. Diagnosing SIBO – and other related medical conditions (1 CE Gen)

3. Treating SIBO: The use of Antibiotics (1 CE Rx)

4. Treating SIBO: Dietary Applications in the Treatment of SIBO (1 CE Gen)

5. Treating SIBO: Healing the Gut and Nerves (1 CE Gen)

Upon purchase, you will be able to access your course immediately through your “Account” page. Each session contains recording links (video and audio), handouts and quizzes for all 5 sessions.

Dr. Mona Morstein has a B.S. in Foods and Nutrition and earned her ND and did her Family Residency at National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR. Following graduation Dr. Morstein established a successful private practice in Great Falls, MT that she ran for 13 years. Dr. Morstein worked at SCNM for 11 years as Chair of Nutrition, Gastroenterology professor, and Clinical Supervisor in the out-patient medical clinic.

Dr. Morstein, now fully back in private practice, sees all ages of patients, both sexes, for all acute and chronic diseases. On top of hormonal conditions, especially diabetes, Dr. Morstein specializes in gastroenterology conditions. She speaks at several medical conferences each year. Dr. Morstein is a board member on the GastroANP naturopathic specialty group, and is a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America organization. She has spoken at CCFA conferences and is considered a SIBO expert as well.

In 2012, Dr. Morstein received the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians “The President’s Award”, honoring her comprehensive work for the naturopathic profession during her career. In 2014, Dr. Morstein was awarded “The Most Outstanding Professor” by the SCNM student body. This year, Dr. Morstein was honored by becoming the diabetes expert of the TAP Integrative Non-Profit Organization run by Dr. Lise Alschuler.

Diabetes Series with Mona Morstein, ND, DHANP

This is the first step in acquiring your LCDA Credential through the Low Carb Diabetes Association. Once you have completed the course, you will submit your CE Certificate to finish the credentialing process.

Dr. Mona Morstein takes us through every detail of working with Diabetic patients from a Naturopathic Perspective. In today’s society where Diabetes has reached epidemic levels, this is a must have course for all NDs and integrative health care professionals.

The Series carries a total of 25 CE hours (10 of which are Rx)  approved by OBNM, AANP, CONO, CNPBC, good in all states + Canada. The series can only be purchased as a package.

25 CE hours (OBNM, AANP, CONO, CNPBC) | $525 | Series Details