Understanding the use and meaning of the delusion rubrics in case analysis.
Teaches the homeopaths how to follow the ﬁve psychological steps that the patient will move through in a homeopathic consultation as they struggle to acknowledge their loss of good health.
An extensive and previously unexplored explanation of the meaning of each individual 'Delusion' rubrics.
The individual psychiatric interpretation of each delusion rubric is an invaluable guide to understand these previously misunderstood and underutilized rubrics in our repertory.
Most recently, a young Belgium homeopath asked me how to get more out of the Repertory. I suggested she slowly read through the Delusion rubrics, making sure to understand each one. It is this insight which makes me very happy to endorse this enormous work of Liz Lalor. The Delusion rubrics are treasures which need to be unlocked. Some homeopaths dismiss them altogether as delusions which are too difficult to rely upon. Liz Lalor has come up with a most interesting concept to not only understand these critical rubrics but to effectively use them in practice. I am proud that she prefers using out team's work to do so. When editing the repertory, we have spent much time to remain faithful to the source texts. These efforts are complementary to the wisdom and work, generously explained in Liz's book. I trust that the reader of Homeopathic Psychiatry will find the repertory to be an even more accurate tool.