Skip to main content
Search for more books
Title:The Homeopathic Conversation: The Art of Taking the Case
Price:GBP£25.00 (about USD$32.30)
Book ID:B009-2757
Publisher:Natural Medicine Press, London, 2005
Condition:As New
Dust Jacket:No
Natural Medicine Press, 2005, Softcover, Book Condition: As New, Dust Jacket Condition: No, Second

"It probably takes the better part of a lifetime to master the art of the homeopathic conversation. But there are some things in life that are worth waiting for." Thus writes Dr Brian Kaplan, medical doctor and internationally renowned homeopath and teacher, in this important and timely new book. Dr Kaplan shares his insights into how to create and improve the most crucial factor in the practice of homeopathy - the bond of understanding between practitioner and patient. Although homeopaths have not, until quite recently, focused on the practitioner-patient relationship, the disciplines of psychotherapy and counselling have always recognised that relationship to be a vital factor in the prognosis of the patient. "This relationship," Dr Kaplan writes, "is even more vital in homeopathy, not only because we have less time to spend with our patients than counsellors and psychotherapists, but because the reward for effective communication between homeopath and patient is the prescription of the correct remedy." Offering practical advice based on more than 20 years' clinical experience and delving courageously into the relationship between homeopath and patient, The Homeopathic Conversation is a must-read for practitioners, teachers, students, patients and anyone with an interest in complementary therapies. Reprint. Size: Large Octavo. 223 pages. White titles spine. illustrated by a few b/w. photo's. of patients' drawings. Includes bibliography. references & appendix plus a few blank pages at rear for notes.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Medicine & Health; Homeopathy; Alternative Medicine; Counselling; Psychology & Psychiatry. ISBN: 190395200X. ISBN/EAN: 9781903952009. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 2757.
To see the Shipping cost please change the following as required:

Shipping Destination State/Province okay

Display prices in