A workbook for students intended to provide solid grounding in two of the three pillars of homeopathy: case taking and the use of the repertory. Every lesson is followed by questions and exercises, which do not assume any previous medical knowledge, and the book ends with ten practice cases. It also contains an excellent introduction to Kent's Repertory. In all, an useful addition to the repertoire of introductory text books on homeopathy.
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.
Todd Rowe, M.D. is a psychiatrist specializing in homeopathic medicine. He teaches at Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in northern California and at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicines. He lives in Scottsdale, AZ.
"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.