Marie-Josée Beaubien has been involved with homeopathy for 30 years. In her practice, she treats clients across Canada, Europe and the United States.
Mrs. Beaubien holds a B.Sc in Microbiology from the Université de Sherbrooke (Québec). She has acquired her intimate knowledge of homeopathy through studying with several schools and practitioners, in particular, under the instruction of Dr. Albert-Claude Quemoun, professor at the faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy at the Université de Paris, and Dr. Paul Sharda in Ottawa.
Her credentials as a practitioner are well established. Some of her most successful cases were discussed during her appearances as a guest of selected television talk shows on CFCF in Montreal, Société Radio-Canada in Ottawa and Rogers Television in Ottawa.
She is a seasoned lecturer and guest speaker in French and in English. She has been invited by various community and social organizations to deliver lectures and presentations, among others, to the Institute for Positive Health for Seniors, the University of Ottawa School of Nursing, the Monfort Hospital, the Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and Health Canada. She was also guest speaker at an annual general meeting of the Ontario Hospital Association.
She was invited to speak at two European events. As a follow-up to both events, she treated patients in the cities of Molde and Haugesun in Norway.
She was a guest lecturer at the “Institut homéopathique scientifique” in Paris on multiple occasions. The Institute invited her to present case studies and teach a class on miasms and their remedies.
She provided a training session on the principles of homeopathy and the homeopathic consultation process to a select group of nurses in Gatineau, Québec. The group invited her following year to deliver training pertaining to ear, nose and throat remedies.
Marie-Josée Beaubien currently owns and practices at the Beaubien Centre in Ottawa, Canada.