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Each class meets Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm

Note: Schedule is subject to change

2018-2019

FOUNDATION YEAR

Nov. 3-4
Dec. 8-9
Jan. 5-6
Jan. 26-27 (midterm)
Feb. 23-24
March 23-24 acutes part 1
April 27-28
May 11-12
June 15-16 (final)

SECOND YEAR

Sept. 29-30
Oct. 20-21
Nov. 10-11
Dec. 1-2 (acutes part 2)
Jan. 12-13
Feb. 9-10 (midterm)
March 9-10
April 13-14
May 4-5
June 1-2 (final exam)

CLINIC CLASS

Sept. 22-23
Oct. 20-21
Nov. 10-11
Dec. 15-16
Jan. 12-13
Feb. 2-3 (midterm)
March 2-3
April 13-14
May 4-5
June 8-9 (final exam)

 

SPECIAL SEMINARS & EVENTS

Free Info Session
October 24, 2018 6:30-8:30 pm. Register Here for the Info Session!

Free Info Sessions introduce prospective students to our school and Classical Homeopathy, and offer you an opportunity to ask questions and meet faculty. Info Session attendance is required prior to enrollment in NYSH’s 4-year program.


Paresh Vasani Seminar 2019
March 16 & 17, 2019. Register Here for the Paresh Vasani Seminar 2019!

Dr. Paresh Vasani returns for his 12th successful seminar at NYSH! He will demonstrate his case-taking techniques which include the ever-evolving Sensation/Synergy System, through videos and a live case. Paresh always engages participants in discussions of various methods of case-taking while exploring kingdoms, family groupings, and the natural history of the remedy source substances.

 

Divya Chhabra Seminar 2019
October 4,5,6 2019. Registration Coming Soon!

Dr. Divya Chhabra returns to NYSH for the 6th time to demonstate how to “Leap to the Simillimum”. Her unique case-taking method helps patients move through experiential areas such as food, fears and dreams to leap over the wall of conscious, rational thought into the absurd space- where nothing exists but the source experience and its confluence with the simillimum.

Divya Chhabra graduated from Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Homoeopathic Medical College in Mumbai in 1989 and started her private practice in Mumbai in 1992. Dr. Chhabra teaches throughout Europe, North America and Asia. Her innovative case-taking method, which she calls “Leap to the Simillimum”, is rapidly gaining recognition worldwide. She teaches an annual seminar for NYSH students and participants from around the world.

 

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