Kelly Callahan, a practicing Classical Homeopath from Appleton, is hosting an introductory and Q&A session on homeopathy on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Maternal Wellness Center located at 111 High Street in Belfast.

The morning will be focused on outlining the principles of homeopathy and basic guidelines for using remedies for acute and first aid in the home. Ample time will be given to answer questions from those who have some experience and knowledge of the modality but would like to deepen their understanding. The event is free and open to the public.

Homeopathy is a true holistic treatment, developed by Samuel Hahnemann over 200 years ago. Established on the natural law that “like cures like,” homeopathic remedies stimulate the individual vital force to heal itself. Homeopathy is safe for everyone, from babies to grandparents. Those who use homeopathy regularly experience relief from acute and chronic suffering, as well as a greater sense of well-being and increased energy.

Kelly Callahan, a mother of two, discovered homeopathy after her first daughter was born. Before committing to homeopathy, Kelly spent over 10 years in education, working with children and adults. A graduate of Baylight Homeopathy Courses in Portland, under the direction of Nancy Frederick, CCH, Callahan is now in private practice from her home in Appleton.