There's still time to register for When Your Cubs Leave the Den: Sending Your Young Adult Off to College with Homeopathy presented by the National Center for Homeopathy.
Leading this webinar is Loretta Butehorn, Ph.D., CCH.
"After teaching at Boston College for over 20 years as well as dealing with all the young adults in my family I have seen first hand how often homeopathy has come to the rescue. Adjustment to college life with its demanding schedule, often first-time full responsibility for one's self, very often a partying and overindulgent environment, as well as all the stresses and strains of being on one's own to take a toll. Sports injuries, heartbreaks, test anxiety, homesickness plus all the acutes that come with life. This webinar will consider the perfect going to college homeopathic kit."
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More about the webinar presenter:
Loretta Butehorn, Ph.D., CCH, is a licensed psychologist, certified homeopath and a Fellow of the British Institute of Homeopathy who consults widely to programs in the substance abuse field in New England. Loretta uses homeopathy with clients suffering from trauma, substance abuse, and mental health issues. Since 2007, she has collected data demonstrating the use of homeopathic remedies to stabilize substance addicted clients and helping them complete treatment and not succumb to early relapse. A former Board member of the Council for Homeopathic Certification and a current Board member for the National Center for Homeopathy, she is a co-founder of the Teleosis Homeopathic Collaborative in Boston; and teaches alternative medicine and psychology at Boston College. She is Director of The Sidewalk Clinic, a donation only clinic for clients with substance abuse and/or mental health issues. She lives in Boston and Provincetown with her partner of 30 years, Susan, and her two standard poodles Finn and Blue 5-year-old brothers