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April 14 2018 8:30 am PST   through   05:00 pm PST
14500 Juanita Dr. NE
Bastyr University
See location under description.
Kenmore, WA 98028-4966

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Phone: 425-602-3152
Public $ 150.00
WAHA members $ 130.00
BU Alumni $ 130.00
Bastyr Students $ 50.00
Campus Kenmore Campus
Audience Health care professionals, f/t Bastyr Students
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The truth is that homeopathy is increasingly difficult to practice in our complex world, and we all ponder over the strange and difficult cases that come our way. And, there are so many remedies to choose from, how do we find the right one? This conference is open to the public as well as professionals. Date: April 14, 2018 Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm Aprox 7 CEUS (This is a WAHA presentation)

Here is a good news story about homeopathy:

A 70 year old woman comes for her “dark mood.”   In that synchronistic way we work (if our own “vital force” is aligned), it came out that she had spent a year in bed when she was 9 for rheumatic fever, and took Penicillin that whole year.  Looking over the homeopathic proving for Penicillin, it turns out that indeed a kind of darkness of mind can take over.  So, she was given 3 doses of Penicillin 200c.  Two weeks later she called and said, “you know how my feet always hurt and I go to the podiatrist every month to help me with my bunions?  Well, my feet don’t hurt any more.  This is a miracle!”  Surprised, the homeopath said, “Great!  And, by the way, how is your mood?”  She paused and said, “what mood?”

In homeopathy, again and again we are reminded to keep track of the thread of what’s important about human life and what we are truly wanting to heal or bring to full alignment so that the truth of Aphorism 9 can be realized:

 “… [That] the reasoning spirit who inhabits our organism can thus freely use this healthy living instrument to reach the lofty goal of human existence.”

When we hold onto our calling to help people reach the “lofty goal of human existence,” we are in another realm of understanding.  What needs to be healed?  Where is the person locked out of his/her manifestation of human loveliness?  How things come together in that “aha moment” when the remedy is revealed is a joy!  A find!  Those “finds” comes a little more frequently with years of disciplined study, practice and learning from and with each other, as well as keeping ourselves in balance and harmony!

Once again we invite you to the Cured Case Conference where 4 homeopaths from the Northwest will show you how they walked the road to find a remedy that made a difference in someone’s life, how they found the needle in the proverbial haystack.  Where’s the Remedy?  is indeed like looking for Waldo!  But finding this remedy made all the difference.  This year we are pleased to welcome back 2 inspiring practitioners:  Doug Brown and Stephen King, both of whom have such depth of wisdom, insight and long years of practice.  And we have two new presenters:  Alicia Gonzalez and Patricia Kay, who are coming to share their insights and gifts of seeing.

One hour lunch break. Eat in the cafeteria or bring a sack lunch.
(Bastyr’s dining commons closes at 3 p.m.)

Location: Bastyr University Kenmore Campus, room #63.

Bastyr University is housed in an older facility with fluctuating interior temperatures; it is advisable to wear layers. Also, Bastyr is a “fragrance-free” campus.

Please Bring: Personal water bottle (filtered water dispensers available on campus to refill).

Coming from out of town? Inquire about renting a dorm room at:
Phone: (425) 602-3075
Fax: (425) 602-3304 

Presenter Bios: 

Stephen King, ND, DHANP Is a graduate of Harvard College 1972, and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, 1982.  He has been practicing homeopathy in Seattle since that time. He is a past-president of the International Foundation for Homeopathy (IFH) and was an instructor for several years in the IFH postgraduate course. He also was the creator of the IFH Case Conference and, along with Sheryl Kipnis, ND, DHANP, edited the published conference proceedings (1989-1995). Stephen has been studying with Rajan Sankaran and his colleagues for 20-plus years.  He is a grower of garlic, carrots, blueberries, and other earthly miracles. His website is:

Alicia González, ND, DHANP, CCH 
Dr. Gonzalez is the owner of Serene Natural Health in Edmonds, WA. Serene Natural Health specializes in treating brain health disorders including mental and neurological health as well as the autistic spectrum and the special needs population.  Her website is


Doug Brown, CCH Is a former sociologist with Cornell University’s American Indian Studies Program, and a Family Nurse Practitioner eucated at Yale University. He graduated from Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in 2001, and currently enjoys teaching and mentoring homeopathic students and practitioners.  Many of his articles can be found in Hpathy, Homeopathic Links, Interhomeopathy, the American Homeopath, and on his website, Doug has a particular interest in the role of remedies in evolving human consciousness, both individually and collectively. Doug lives and practices homeopathy in Portland, Oregon. His website is

Patricia Kay, MA, CC, CCH  Entered into the health care realm via midwifery, which she practiced and taught for 12 years in Mexico, where she helped to found a People’s Clinic.  There, she studied homeopathy for 11 years under her mentor, a homeopathic physician, Rosa Beléndez.  Initially, she practiced working with pregnant moms, birthing moms and newborns.  This led into deeper seeing and prescribing over the years.  After moving back to the US, she studied with Lou Klein in his HMC Class, in Seattle, and began moving her understanding of homeopathy into new breadths and depths, jumping into the world of modern computer tools, and access to teachers all over the world.  She got certified by the CHC in 2007, and has been in a leading role of the Washington State Homeopathy Association, since 2009.  Her website is: