Homeopathic Methodology: Repertory, Case Taking, and Case Analysis Paperback – Oct 27 1998
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"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.
About the Author
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.
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