Homoeopathic Case Analysis

Scottish College of Homoeopathy
Author(s) Margaret Roy
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This text aims to present the elements of homoeopathic case analysis with discussion of theory and case examples. It starts with the very basics and ranges into more complex case management, studying family pattern of miasms and different types of acutes with their relationship to the constitution .

Various techniques are demonstrated with plenty of exercises to help the student practice skills. It is a practical book that would claim to dot the ‘i’s and cross the ‘t’s to remove the mystique of prescribing.

At the end of each lesson a section on basic skills can be used as a refresher course, or to break down and teach the basic skills used in case taking and analysis. This section draws on Margaret Roy’s skills as a teacher and psychotherapist in regard to observation, assessment of language used by the patient and the therapeutic relationship.

Additional features include a bibliography that links to develop further skills.

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AuthorMargaret Roy
Publication date2006
PublisherScottish College of Homoeopathy