Since 2007, homeopathy has been a central part of Jennifer Rose’s life. What she thought was simply a natural way to help colds and flus quickly revealed itself as a deep well-spring of healing on all levels, a path for unfolding one’s highest human potential while easing physical discomforts along the way.
Her knowledge of the art of classical homeopathy is grounded in the four years she spent at the internationally-recognized Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, studying with clinical masters Val Ohanian, Laurie Dack, and Jake Kiakahi. Prior to her work as a Certified Classical Homeopath (CCH), she received her B.A. in psychology at St. Catherine University and spent several years supporting the mental health needs of children and families in the Twin Cities area.
In addition to her private practice, Jennifer Rose teaches at the Prometheus Homeopathic Institute and is pursuing graduate studies in clinical social work at the University of St. Thomas. In the past she has served as a clinical faculty member at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy and worked to bring forth several new homeopathic remedies with The Field Provings team. She is profoundly moved by the work of Carl Jung and continues to further her learning within local and international Jungian psychology communities, an endeavor she feels adds depth and richness to her homeopathic practice. (For further information about Jungian psychology, please visit the Resources page.)
A mother of two redheads, Jennifer Rose loves the smell of campfire smoke in her hair and strives to enjoy French press coffee and used books in moderation.