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Untangling the complexity of addiction through homeopathy and mindfulness. Plus a review and study of the recent Homeopathy One conference:

The second webinar with Katja and David Behrens, 3-4 February 2018

Untangling the complexity of addiction through homeopathy and mindfulness. Plus a review and study of the recent Homeopathy One conference in Bruges, Belgium

ISHL is proud to announce the second in a series of online educational webinars for students, graduates and any other homeopaths in Japan and elsewhere, on homeopathy and related therapies.

The webinar, taking place on Saturday and Sunday 3-4 February 2018, focuses on the first day on the subject of Homeopathy and Addiction, including the use of Mindfulness Meditation in this area. On the second day, the subject is a review and study of the recent Homeopathy One conference in Bruges, Belgium, featuring the world’s leading homeopaths.

The webinar will be led by David and Katja Behrens, both graduates of the School of Homeopathy in Stroud, and now full-time practitioners and teachers.

The teaching will be in English with a fluent line-by-line Japanese translation. Anyone with a computer and an internet connection can join, and everything will be recorded so you can watch it again for up to two weeks later.

This webinar is sure to be of great interest and practical help to any homeopath with patients suffering from addiction in any of its many forms, as well as to all those who are interested in the most recent developments in homeopathic case analysis methodologies.

As participants in the previous webinar experienced themselves, it will also address your emotional well-being, because Mindfulness meditation is a perfect tool for relieving the stress that inevitably accompanies work in a caring profession such as homeopathy.

The Behrens’ teaching will be illustrated with clearly-presented cases and accompanied by much useful information on the remedies and strategies for approaching such patients.

Katja Behrens DSH RSHom

Katja Behrens DSH RSHom

Katja, originally from Berlin, Germany, teaches at the School of Homeopathy Clinic as well as in private practice, and has a particular interest in the Sensation Method.

David Behrens DSH RSHom

David Behrens DSH RSHom

David, originally from the USA, was an Eastern monk in India for over 20 years, and now sees many patients with mental health issues in London’s prestigious medical district, Harley Street.

David and Katja write:

‘On the first day of this unique two day webinar you will learn about the complexity of addiction, the latest therapeutic approaches for addiction treatment and how we can understand this.

Here we will go deeper with the homeopathic system of the periodic table and other systems that help us understand the development of the individual and where they got stuck on their journey.

We will also deepen our understanding of the sensation in the case and will see how different methods can be unified.’

On the second day, Katja and David will present a review and study of the three-day Homeopathy One conference in Bruges.

Location: online webinar

You must have access to a computer with an internet connection and web browser to participate. When you register, you will be sent full details of how to log in to the webinar site. There will be a practice meeting in the week before the webinar takes place so you know exactly what to do.


Day 1

  1. General ideas addiction, where it comes from etc:
  2. The homeopathic approach with examples
  3. Mindfulness and how it is applied in addiction therapy
  4. Giving simple tools for homeopaths/therapists to deal with addiction patients.
  5. Case
  6. Time to work on case for people
  7. Pause
  8. Analysis
  9. Usefulness of homeopathy combined with mindfulness in addiction.
  10. Unprejudiced observer and a balanced mind.
  11. Case
  12. Time to work
  13. Pause
  14. Analysis
  15. Mindfulness
  16. General remedy groups for addiction from three kingdoms and how they relate in the systems of homeopathy
    • Carbons and other minerals
    • Powerdrugs and more about plants
    • Lacs and other interesting animal remedies
  17. Case
  18. Work on case
  19. Pause
  20. Analysis
  21. Mindfulness what are the signs of recovery. Video.
  22. Tips for how to help on the road of recovery.
  23. Case and work on case
  24. Pause
  25. Analysis
  26. Mindfulness

Day 2: Review and study of the Homeopathy One conference in Bruges

Katja writes:

‘This three-day conference was a milestone in our progress in the homeopathic world. We can see now how different methodologies expand further and we discover more and more unity in what we do. In that way we can also appreciate more the differences we have and enrich each other.

On the second day of this webinar will look at the main different approaches we have in homeopathy today presented by teachers like Rajan Sankaran, Jan Scholten, Massimo Mangialovori, Jeremy Sherr, Jonathan Hardy and Michal Yakir.

Six presenters with their unique methodologies

  1. Jeremy Sherr: Keep it simple – three short cases and how to tackle them
  2. Massimo Mangialavori: Complexity – an interesting case exploring a hidden kingdom
  3. Jonathan Hardy: Explaining case analysis through group themes and systems
  4. Jan Scholten: Plant Theory – a new system to be able to prescribe unknown remedies based on the Periodic Table
  5. Michal Yakir: The Plant Table and the forces which drive our human evolution
  6. Rajan Sankaran: Synergy – how the approaches work together
  • Study their cases, case taking techniques and other tools
  • Finding commonalities and appreciating differences
  • Added examples and insights for more clarity and understanding
  • Have a Question and Answer time

ISHL students

  • ISHL students who have paid their third year fees in full participate free of charge


¥15,000 / day
  • For members of the public the price is 15,000 JPY for 1 day and 30,000 JPY for both days

Katja Behrens DSH RSHom

Katja studied Drama and Physiotherapy in Berlin and is an experienced Cranial-Sacral Therapist. Her post-graduate training in homeopathy was with Dr Rajan Sankaran and other international teachers.

She has successfully treated patients with a wide range of mental health issues: learning difficulties, autism, Asperger’s, alcohol and drug abuse, depression, stress and anxiety.

Katja practices in the Clinic of the School of Homeopathy in Stroud, UK, and in the Holistic Health Centre in Cheltenham, in collaboration with other holistic therapists and medical doctors to offer a true chance of transformation in the lives of people who want to experience or regain their full potential on a physical and emotional level.

David Behrens DSH RSHom

David offers his in-depth knowledge of Mindfulness Meditation from his 27 years of teaching as a monk in South India.

After his transition from monastic life, he continued his studies to become a homeopath. He teaches a monthly course at the school of Homeopathy in England Mindfulness for the Developing Homeopath. He also offers Mindfulness as a therapeutic model in the National Health Service in the UK, as well as several leading Mental Health and Addiction Clinics in London.

David has experienced and learned how mindfulness combined with homeopathic treatment creates a powerful synergy that heals as well as empowering clients to develop themselves holistically.

Attendance at ONE DAY of the Homeopathy and Mental Health seminar (ISHL GRADUATES)

Attendance at BOTH DAYS of the Homeopathy and Mental Health seminar (ISHL GRADUATES)

Attendance at ONE DAY of the Homeopathy and Addiction webinar (MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC)

Attendance at BOTH DAYS of the Homeopathy and Addiction webinar (MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC)

General information

The webinar will be held on a secure website using Webex video conferencing software. All you need to participate is a computer with a broadband internet connection and a web browser.

When you enroll and pay your webinar fee, you will be sent information on where and how to log in to the webinar, and also on how to review the recording later.

The webinar will take place on Saturday 3 February and Sunday 4 February, and runs from 3pm to 10pm Japanese time on both days (this is because of the time difference with the UK). If you want to watch the webinar, but can’t participate live, you can watch the recording as many times as you like for 4 weeks after the sessions.

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