For homeopaths around the world, each 1M podcast has a theme that will be explored through remedies, interviews with practicing homeopaths, and selections from historical homeopathic archives. Created and presented by Kelly Callahan, CCH.
70. Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman: Senior practitioner, Author (S5070)
Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman is a homeopath with decades of practice, and a best-selling author. Find her at https://healthyhomeopathy.com/about-dr-judyth-reichenberg-ullman/
69. The Practitioners of Homeopathy Help Now (S5069)
A round-table discussion with the practitioners of the Homeopathy Help Now team, a taskforce that was developed in response to a global acute crisis.
68. Helping in a Crisis, Homeopathy Help Now and the Admin Team (S5068)
You know what happened- the pandemic hit, the world shut down. But not for these homeopathy students, who stepped up and helped to build a homeopathy help line- www.homeopathyhelpnow.com- that to date, has assisted over 600 patients in acute illness.
In this episode, hear from the voices behind the scenes about how it happened, and what it was like for them.
67. Smoke is in the Air: the Challenges Facing Homeopathy with Alastair Gray (S5067)
This is the first episode back since quarantine hit the globe in March.
This episode kicks off a whole new series of regular episodes, and a new theme- Challenges and Opportunities in Homeopathy. My guest, Alastair Gray, is a leader in our field with 30 years on the front lines, especially in education.
Find out about Al at Bio and Academy of Homeopathy Education
Hopefully you've kept up with my Aphorism Fridays, and Jeremy's coronavirus updates.
You can find the webinar online here:
66. Healing Ourselves, Healing the Community (S5066)
There's another epidemic that needs our attention- Systemic Racism. It's an obstacle to cure, and as homeopaths, we have to look at ourselves individually, and also help heal the collective.
I'm giving over my regular Aphorism Friday spot to this extremely important topic.
Listen to me, and then head over to Brene Brown's June 10th podcast interview with Austin Channing-Brown, author of I'm Still Here, Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness.
Listen to the show here.
Purchase Austin Channing-Brown's book at a black owned bookstore.
65. Jeremy Sherr Covid-19 Update #1 (S5065)
At this time of publication, Jeremy Sherr has given three, free Covid-19 Epidemic Updates.
Listen to the homeopathic expert in epidemics discuss the philosophy of epidemics, practical advice for taking and analyzing cases, symptoms, remedies emerging, and how to come together as homeopaths to alleviate the suffering.
Only one of Jeremy's 8 FREE Covid Updates is featured on 1M. You can view the others for free at The Quest for Simillimum:
Finding this lovely podcast has been a fascinating listen. The format of the show is captivating and has brought me face to face (or ear to ear as the case may be) with information I didn’t know I was hungry for. Thanks for the deep level of effort that certainly is at the root of it’s production!
Love this podcast
This podcast is great. Kelly Callahan has the best guests, does really thoughtful, in depth interviews, and covers a wide variety of topics. I like that she alternates between really detailed repertorization discussions, history, and current events. Her interviews with homeopaths doing work internationally are particularly inspiring. Thank you so much! Keep it up!
Thank you for the great guess you bring on to inspire, encourage and a teach a student of homeopathy!
And more than anything, thank you for your episode on education! Only through you I found Robert Fields’ school, the one I ended up enrolling in.