Best practice and creating meaning in the consulting room.
This book identiﬁes the qualities and skills required for the homeopath and encourages a regular self audit of them.
It uncovers the meaning behind the fundamental developments in case taking. From the origins of Hahnemann and Boenninghausen, through Dunham and Kent, this book charts the evolution of homeopathy in the 20th century, looking at the work of Schmidt, Vithoulkas, Sherr, Kaplan, Sankaran and others. Furthermore it examines how homeopathy has borrowed from other disciplines to become the multi dimensional profession we know today.
It highlights the maturing of the profession by placing the person, the practinioner and the therapeutic relationship back in its rightful place, as important as the remedy in the homeopathic process.