Julie has completed 4 years of education and advanced training as a Classical Homeopath at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy. The first two years of her training comprised over 500 hours of lectures on homeopathy. Subject areas include History, Philosophy, Materia Medica, Repertory, Case Taking, Case Analysis, Case Management, and Ethics.
In the second component of the program, she received hands-on clinical experience in homeopathic practice, much like the residency programs of medical students, in the faculty-supervised Student Clinic. NAH offers one of the most advanced homeopathic training clinics in the country.
During the program, sciences needed to practice as a homeopath are covered. The first two years cover concepts of chemistry, biology, botany, and geology as components in the study of remedies and their origins. Included is a self-paced anatomy and physiology course and a medical terminology course outside of classroom hours. During years three and four, Pathology and Disease, Pharmacology, and other medical subjects are taught as part of the program.
Julie is certified in Classical Homeopathy by the Council For Homeopathic Certification and earned the designation of CCH (Certified Classical Homeopath).
Julie is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Julie completed her Naturopathy degree, Certificate in Nutritional Counseling (CNC), and Certified Health Specialist (CHS) degree from Trinity School of Natural Health. Detailed studies include nutrition, enzymes, pH balance, herbs and supplements, homeopathy, flower essences, general lifestyle and other available natural resources. Her education also included approaches to determine the best natural health options and modalities by embracing centuries of natural health concepts and techniques.
Julie is a member of the Minnesota Homeopathic Association and is practicing as a
Classical Homeopath and Naturopathic Practitioner (NP).