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August 15,16,17 and 22,23,24 – from 9-5 each day.

Location: Derwood MD, near the Shady Grove Metro station.

$750 for the 6 days (or $125 for just Aug 15)

to register – email

I am so excited that 2 veterinarians (one an ophthalmologist) are committed to taking this wonderful 6 day introduction to homeopathy and improved health for our animals. 5 veterinarians at a local CE meeting said they are interested. Many clients have said they are interested in the class.

As a veterinarian, you will learn basic principles of healing applicable to any healing modality you use, and for any species. You will have acute remedy choices to help in your practice. You will understand which cases to refer now to trained veterinary homeopaths. You will have strategies to continue to learn and will know if this is a modality you wish to pursue with more training and certification.

As a pet parent, you will be able to have healthier animals who often live longer. You will save money in health care. You will be able to treat many problems yourself and know the potential risks. You will be able to work more closely with your homeopathic veterinarian thereby increasing the chances of deeply curing your companions. You will know if you wish to pursue training in homeopathy to treat people and animals.

Friday, August 15 is the Overview of Homeopathy Class and can be taken by itself.

  • Learn the history and principles of this great modality and how to apply them to every aspect of life and healing.
  • Learn how remedies are made so you can understand how to select different potencies.
  • Learn how remedies are tested (provings)
  • Debunk some homeopathic myths.
  •  Learn to avoid obstacles to cure such as feeding the best, vaccinating the least, using the fewest toxins, avoid EMFs and much more.
  • Leave knowing how to become trained in Reiki; how to use flower essences; knowing how to create a healing team for your animals and where to learn other healing modalities. Save lots of money in the next year with your animal care.
  • Leave knowing how to work with a professional homeopath, how to select a few remedies yourself and ways to administer them.

Saturday, August 16  CASE TAKING

  • How to take a case of an animal
  • How to elicit the specific symptoms needed to find a medicine
  • Questions to discover causes of each historical problem
  • Prioritizing symptoms
  • Practice with your cases or personal animals

Sunday, August 17   Repertorization

  • Organization of the repertory (index of symptoms)
  • Different repertories – their uses
  • How to translate animal symptoms into the human symptoms
  • Common mistakes in rubric (symptom and the remedies) selection
  • Practice, practice, practice


  • Case analysis to narrow the choices of remedies from 4,000 to 5 or 10.
  • Use of Materia Medica to make the final selection.
  • Individualizing the potency (strength) selection.
  • Evaluating the health status to select the frequency of dosing
  • Methods of medicine administration and when to re-evaluate.


  • Evaluating the response of the animal to the medicine (or to any other types of treatments)
  • Over time, is the animal becoming cured, palliated or suppressed?
  • Eliminating obstacles to obtaining a curative response.
  • Are all conditions curable? How to manage cases where cure is not possible.

Sunday, August 24, REVIEW

  • Review all steps of prescribing by using your cases (and some of mine) and your personal animals.



I had the pleasure of attending a workshop you conducted in VT a couple of years ago – homeopathy for animals – It was wonderful and I’ve utilized the information extensively! thank you — my husband (an equine dentist) and I run the farm here with the utmost care taken to make sure we and the animals we caretake are offered the best species appropriate nutrition and are accosted with as little chemical warfare as possible.  We would never be able to afford to foster the dogs and horses we do if we relied on a call to the vet every week!  Stacy Scotia (healingspiritfarm)

I took your class few years ago. Wonderful course. This would be a refresher plus a lot of new information. What I learned from the first class has been very beneficial. It saved my dogs life and has helped in many other medical situations. Thx soo much. Robin Byrd, from veterinary holistic care, Bethesda Maryland

I attended one of her weekend seminars in MD.  I still refer to my tapes and notes from that seminar.  She is funny, interesting and a great teacher.  In my opinion, anyone who has been lucky enough to attend one of her seminars will have an awesome experience. Rosemarie Smith

Christina’s knowledge & love of her subject is obvious. She makes the class fun, yet ensures you get through all the needed material. If you have animals, come learn the correct way to administer homeopathic remedies from Dr. Chambreau. You’ll be able to handle traumas and emergencies for your pet until you get veterinary help. And your pets can be healthier and live longer. Wellness is possible – get the knowledge from Dr. Chambreau, do your homework, and become part of the NCH network. Your animals will thank you for it! Christina really did a super job of giving us useful information & extra information (like additions to repertory). I loved getting all of the resources, and also really appreciate Christina’s recommendations on resources (not just listing them).

I really do value your class and your teaching. You are so real and really get people excited about this because you are…about this and about life. I do believe our overall commitment is to have hope and to act on that hope. You certainly are doing this.  Dr. Joan Timinsky

BOOKS REQUIRED (Not for day one)

Repertory and a Materia Medica will be required if you are taking the entire 6 day class. A Repertory is an index of symptoms that is used to select a homeopathic remedy. This book will be used constantly in prescribing homeopathically. It is recommended that you begin with Kent’s Repertory. You may wish to purchase other repertories – now or in the future – but only one is required for the classes. You will also need a Materia Medica – a reference book that describes each homeopathic remedy in detail. Recomended if you are new to Homeopathy is Boericke’s Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica/New Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica or Clarke’s Dictionary of Practical materia Medica.

 Once you have registered for the classes, it is recommended that you begin reading some of the required books ahead of time.

1.   Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica – J.T. Kent  –
there are many different sizes and quality. when you register we will help you select and order the books.

There are many other, newer, repertories. If you pursue homeopathy you will be adding them. for this class and to begin your use of homeopathy – Kent is very inexpensive and sufficient.

​​2. Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica / New Manual of Homeopathic

While this does have a repertory, it is not sufficient for the course or your practice.

3.   Organon of the Medical Art – Samuel Hahnemann – Edited by Wenda O’Reilly

There are other, less expensive versions of the Organon that you may purchase. I find this one to be much more accessible and worth the extra money in the long run.

4.   A Tutorial and Workbook for the Homeopathic Repertory, Second Edition by Karen B. Allen and Christina Chambreau

A Tutorial and Workbook for the Homeopathic Repertory can be purchased online at Nature-Reveals and Whole Health Now

This is one of the most practical books to understand the repertory, understand selection of the best symptoms, understand the limitations of the repertory and get lots of practice.

Highly Recommended Books 

  • Yasgur’s Homeopathic Dictionary – Jay Yasgur
  • Encyclopedia of Remedy Relationships in Homeopathy – Abdur Rehman
  • Homeopathic Care for Cats & Dogs – Don Hamilton
  •  Homeopathy: What to Expect? – Edward De Beukelaer
  •  Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats by Richard Pitcairn
  • The Healthy Animals Journal by Christina Chambreau
  •  The New Natural Cat by Anitra Frazier
  • Bach Flower Remedies for Animals by Helen Graham
  • Reigning Cats & Dogs: Good Nutrition, Healthy Happy Animals by Pat McKay
  • Natural Immunity: Why you Should Not Vaccinate by Pat McKay
  • The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care by Celeste Yarnall


  •  Natural Dog Care by Celeste Yarnall
  •  Natural Healing for Dogs & Cats by Diane Stein
  •  Natural Nutrition for Dogs & Cats by Kymythy Schultze
  •  Dogs: Homeopathic Remedies – George MacLeod
  •  Cats: Homeopathic Remedies – George MacLeod
  •  The Treatment of Horses by Homeopathy – George MacLeod
  • Homeopathy for Horses – Susan Shaw
  • Homeopathic Treatment of Small Animals – Christopher Day
  •  Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine – Timothy Dooley
  •  Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs – Don Hamilton
  •  Discovering Homeopathy – Dana Ullman
  •  Science of Homeopathy – George Vithoulkas
  •  Yasgur’s Homeopathic Medical Dictionary
  •  Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy – James Tyler Kent
  •  Repertory of Veterinary Homeopathy -John Hoare
  •   Textbook of Veterinary Homeopathy – John Saxton &Peter Gregory​
  •  Homeopathic First Aid for Animals – Kaetheryn Walker

Other Repertories:
Any of the following repertories may be used instead of, or in addition to Kent and may be useful later in your practice.

  • The New World Veterinary Repertory – Pitcairn and Jensen
  • Kent’s Repertorium Generale – Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg
  •  Synthetic Repertory – Horst Barthel
  •  Homeopathic Clinical Repertory – Robin Murphy
  •  Synthesis Repertorium Homeopathicum – Frederik Schroyens
  •  Complete Dynamics Repertory Computer Program – Roger Van Zandvoort. You can download it and try the Browser Edition for free, or you can purchase a license to access the full program here:

Materia Medica’s Recommended in Addition to Boericke (Not required for the classes, but recommended to successful practice on animals)

  • Guiding Symptoms of our Materia Medica (5 – 10 volumes) – Constantine Hering
  • Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica – John Henry Clarke
  • Keynotes of the Materia Medica with Nososdes – H. C. Allen

Other Materia Medicas
Any of the following Materia Medica’s may be used instead of, or in addition to, Boericke or Clarke for the class.

  •  Desktop Guide to Keynotes and Confirmatory Symptoms – Roger Morrison

The following will be useful in your further studies and practice

  • Nature’s Materia Medica – Robin Murphy
  • Homeopathic Remedy Pictures for Animals – Vicki Mathison
  •  Materia Medica of Homeopathic Medicines – S.R. Phatak
  • A Synoptic Key of the Materia Medica – Cyrus Maxwell Boger
  • Lectures on Materia Medica – James Tyler Kent
  •  Portraits of Homeopathic Medicines – Catherine R. Coulter
  •  A Veterinary Materia Medica and Clinical Repertory – George MacLeod (not as useful as you may think – mostly Boericke with a few added notes.
  •  Studies of Homeopatic Remedies – Douglas Gibson
  •  Boenninghausen’s Characteristics Materia Medica – Cyrus Maxwell Boger
  • Comparative Materia Medica – E. A. Farrington


***Read Free Online & PDF Downloads***

Some of the required (and recommended) books above are available free online, and some are available for downloading:

 Homeopathic Dictionary Online:

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