Residency: Stanford Packard Children’s Hospital (1992) CA Internship: Stanford Packard Children’s Hospital (1990) CA Medical Education: Clinical Medical Center University of Belgrade (1982) Serbia Board Certification: Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics (since 1992)
• CCH – Certified Classical Homeopath through The Council for Homeopathic Certification
My training in homeopathy includes:
• Institute of Classical Homeopathy (ICH) in San Francisco, California
The program curriculum included:
1. Philosophy and Principles of Classical Homeopathy (4 years)
2. Materia Medica (study of remedies, 4 years)
3. Medical Science (Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology are required if a student does not hold a state health practitioner licensee)
4. Clinical Practice and Case Analysis (two years at the homeopathic clinic with direct patient care)
5. Practice Management and Ethics
After graduating from ICH in 2011, I attended lectures, seminars, webinars and studied with homeopathic practitioners including Henny Heudens-Mast (Studiecentrum voor Homeopathie, Leuven, Belgium), Dr. Farokh Master (Bir, Dharmashala Province, India), and Raquel Blach CCH. RSHom(NA), CCHH in Mountain View, California.
In 2016, I became a certified practitioner of classical homeopathy (CCH) by The Council for Homeopathic Certification in the United States and registered with North American Society of Homeopaths.
I have practiced pediatrics at Menlo Medical Clinic and Lucille Stanford Children’s Hospital at Stanford for more than 20 years.
Lynn is a graduate of The School of Homeopathy in Devon, England and is a Certified Classical Homeopath. She has been practicing in the Philadelphia area and currently manages her private practice as well as offers seminars to people new to Homeopathy who want to learn how to use it for themselves and their families.
Lynn is focused on ensuring Homeopathy will continue to be available as a healthcare option for all people in North America. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Center for Homeopathy and remains involved in their annual conference.
Steve Waldstein, RSHom(NA), CCH has been in practice for 43 years. He originally trained with George Vithoulkas. He also has a diploma from The Dynamis School (Jeremy Sherr). He is the author of “How to Choose the Diet That’s Right for You,” a book on individuality in nutrition. He treats a wide variety of types of problems. He is Past President of the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH).
A Plymouth native, Cheryl has a BS from Bridgewater State University. She also has a 20 year career in the financial sector. After the birth of her first daughter, Cheryl’s focus began to shift towards homeopathic medicine after her daughter experienced chronic ear infections. Homeopathy has since been an interest and passion of hers.
In 2003, Cheryl decided to follow her passion and pursue a formal education in homeopathy. After a break from having her third and fourth children, Cheryl finished her educational requirements, graduated from Teleosis Homeopathic Collaborative, Inc. in 2013 and passed the national certification exams. Cheryl has long recommended homeopathic remedies to family and friends with success. Not only have her clients benefited, the experience and confidence she’s gained have bolstered her beliefs in the many benefits of homeopathy.