Dr. Rothenberg has practiced as a licensed naturopathic physician since 1986 with an emphasis on treating babies, children and teens. She loves to work with families to find healthy and healing approaches to both the prevention of and treatment of acute and chronic ailments. Offering support, parenting advice and family problems solving skills is often part of that work.
She writes a monthly column for the National Center of Homeopathy’s monthly magazine, Homeopathy Today and blogs for the Huffington post and at http:// dramyrothenberg.blogspot.com. Her book, The Acappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine was published in 2012. Dr. Rothenberg was the editor of the New England Journal of Homeopathy for ten years until 2002. With her husband, Paul Herscu, ND, MPH, she founded the New England School of Homeopathy in 1987 and teaches widely in the field.
Dr. Rothenberg is the President of the Massachusetts Society of Naturopathic Doctors helping support efforts to license naturopathic physicians in that state. She sits on the board of the Amherst Survival Center, (http://amherstsurvival.org) which offers free medical care, food and clothing to people in need. She served on the Board of Health in Amherst Massachusetts for six years. She is a sought after speaker by both lay and physician audiences and is often interviewed by members of the press on topics related to naturopathic medicine. She has guest lectured at medical schools, colleges, for industry as well as to insurance companies helping her audiences to understand the essential philosophical and practical approaches used in naturopathic medicine and helping to open communication among and between practitioners with widely disparate backgrounds.
When not busy in the world of natural medicine, Dr. Rothenberg can be found on the ballroom dance floor, in her garden and spending time with her family & friends. She is the proud mother of three grown children, all launched and supporting themselves! If asked, she would say her greatest contribution in life has been the three beautiful, sensitive, creative people she has raised.