Kathryn Z Berg’s passion for homeopathic remedies was a result of working with families and seeing how they get along better, or perhaps it was subliminally an outcome of growing up on a chaotic farm with 20,000 chickens, a bunch of cattle, and a few brothers and sisters. In any case, Kathryn’s own experience with homeopathy was so compelling that she began treating her family, friends and pets for occasional injuries and acute illnesses. Now in practice as a classical homeopath, she continues to be pleased with the results of homeopathy for her clients.
Kathryn’s mission is to make others aware that homeopathy, meaning “similar suffering” is an alternative solution to the common remedies of Western Medicine. She enjoys working with each of her clients and customizing their treatments by assessing the person, not so much just the illness. By emphasizing the individuality of homeopathic remedies, Kathryn focuses on what is unique about each individual. What is great for one client may not be great for another just as Kathryn loves spicy food (she even needs cinnamon and cayenne pepper on her hot chocolate), the next person may have a sweet tooth.
Kathryn holds a BA from the University of Minnesota Morris in Political Science and Speech Communication. Her undergraduate education was followed by a MA from Purdue University in Organizational Communication. She graduated in 2002 from the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In October 2007, she graduated from the Dynamis School for Advanced Homeopathic Studies taught by world renowned teacher and homeopath Jeremy Sherr.
More recently, in September 2010, Kathryn completed additional advanced study through the Homeopathic Master Clinician course taught by Louis Klein of Vancouver, VC. She currently lobbies at the MN State Legislature as a volunteer to protect health freedom. In addition, Kathryn completed her certification in CEASE therapy in 2012, which enables her to work with autistic clients in a way which removes the energetic imprints of toxic substances which may be hindering healing. This method also is known to work with tick borne diseases as well.
Kathryn lives in a St. Paul suburb with her husband and two sons, 11 and 14. She is a soccer mom and a great bargain hunter of good food.
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