Homeopathic Methodology: Repertory, Case Taking, and Case Analysis |
by Todd Rowe (Author), Roger Morrison (Introduction)
"Dr. Rowe has created the finest introductory text to date. It covers the
practical aspects of case taking and analysis thoroughly and with insight. The
intimidating tools used by homeopaths--repertories and materia medicase--are
made accessible by Dr. rowe's careful step-by-step guidance."
- Roger Morrison, M.D.
"A conscientious study of this workbook will create the solid methodological
foundation essential to the successful practice of homeopathic medicine."
- Jonathan Shore, M.D., D. Ht.
"Homeopathy is both an art and a science. A prerequisite for expressing one's
full creative potential as a homeopath is to master the available tools.
Homeopathic Methodology offers a clear introduction to the art of casetaking,
repertory usage, and case analysis, providing a solid launching paltform for the
student of homeopathy."
- Harry van der Zee, M.D.
As one begins to learn the homeopathic methodology, repertorising is a
difficult, if not ominous endeavor. This book helps to sort out the many nuances
of old, and clarify much of the "older" jargon. It explains to the novice
homeopath just how to begin taking a case and using the Repertory in practical
terms. The author presents the subject in a very logical and understandable
sequence. A subject that is normally difficult to master is easily grasped with
the help of this book.
Paperback: 175 pages
Publisher: North Atlantic Books; 1 edition (October 27, 1998)