I worked as a carpenter and stonemason, and installed many gardens before attending medical school and practicing alternative medicine for 20 years. Now I balance my life between two professions – homeopathic consultation and landscape design – integrating these two deep currents of my life.
I’ve been a homeopathic practitioner since 1983. I’ve taught and written about homeopathy; led local and national homeopathic organizations; and conducted and published research in homeopathy. In 2003 I closed the medical portion of my practice, continued to practice as a homeopathic consultant, and added a complementary career in landscape design.
I am a graduate George Washington University School of Medicine (1979), of the Brown University Family Medicine Residency (1982), and of the Landscape Institute, a program at Harvard/Arnold Arboretum’s Landscape Institute (2005). I am certified in organic landcare by NOFA-OLC, the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Organic Land Care program, since 2005.
B.S. – Botany University of New Hampshire, 1972-74
M.D. – George Washington School of Medicine, 1975-79
Residency Family Practice, Brown University, 1979-82
Fellowship Homeopathic Medicine, 1982-83.
Practice Homeopathy and Family Medicine, 1983-2003
Certificate Landscape Design, The Landscape Institute, Harvard University, 2003-2006
Certified by the Northeast Organic Farming Organization – Organic Landcare Certification program, 2005 to present.