Homeopathic Repertory E-book
A tutorial and workbook for Homeopathic Repertory by Karen Allen, CCH with Christina Chambreau, DVM 2003.
Homeopathy is a powerful medical approach for all species, especially when the time is taken to carefully find the medicine that most closely matches all the symptoms of the individual. To narrow down the choices from over 4,000 tested homeopathic medicines to a few to read about in more depth, an index of symptoms called a repertory is consulted.
This tutorial book guides you through the organization of the repertory, chapter by chapter, rubric by rubric. Karen and Dr. Christina use humor as they explain how to find the medicines known to help almost any symptom for people and animals.
Do you look for the rubrics with a lot of medicines listed or do you want ones with only 2 or 3? Each chapter has multiple human and animal symptoms for you to look up in the index – with answers!
Then, several strategies to cross reference the rubrics to narrow down your choice to a few medicines are presented.
The homeopathic repertory opens its secrets with this workbook! Karen Allen takes you through the content and use of the repertory, step by step, so that you develop the ability to locate rubrics and repertorize a case, practicing your new found skills on the included acute and chronic cases.
Since its introduction in 1994, this text has become the standard for learning repertory, widely used in homeopathic schools across North America. This second edition has been completely reviewed and revised. Additional information has been added, and Christina Chambreau, DVM, has joined with Karen Allen to include information about use of the repertory for veterinary cases. It now includes the previously published separate Solution Guide as an appendix.
Karen Allen, RC, RSHom(NA), CCH has been practicing homeopathy in Seattle, Washington since 1994. She studied formally at the Pacific Academy of Homeopathic Medicine in Berkeley, California, and now teaches homeopathic repertory and case analysis for Bastyr University, In addition, she serves as president of the Council for Homeopathic Certification, a non-profit organization that offers a national certification in homeopathy.
“Excellent source for repertory and rubric exercises for the beginner homeopath or student. I knew I was in for enjoyable yet informative reading with Karen’s humor expressed in the introductory chapter. There are excellent examples differentiating animal versus human cases. I am certain I will refer to it often.”