Alastair Gray's third book of a series of 6 volumes in the 'the Landscape of Homeopathic Medicine'.
This is not a book about remedies, but what happens after the remedy. In this book Alastair Gray critically examines how to manage clinical situations and people. It explores the instructions from the giants of our profession to maximize the results of our work; how to manage our cases well and expertly to optimize results. This is therefore a book about being able to identify what has happened due to the remedy and consultation, and make clear decisions about what to do next. It is an aspect of practice that is so important in accurate prescribing and doing it well ensures busy, thriving practice.
'Gray brings clarity, logic and a deeper understanding to this whole subject. He is surprisingly not dogmatic. He explains a road map for reflecting on case management issues giving coherent ways to think and make decisions. He talks about many difficult aspects of case management. In so doing he encourages flexibility in thinking and practice-encouraging the reader to think homeopathically and rigorously. I wish I had had this book when I was starting out in practice.'
-Miranda Castro USA FSHom, RSHom(NA), CCH
ABOUT THE AUTHOR :
Alastair C. Gray heads up the homeopathy department at Endeavour College of Natural Health in Australia. He presents regular seminars at Kuala Lumpur, Toronto, Boulder, San Francisco, Galway in Ireland, Preston and Nottingham in England and Bangkok. He continues to teach the residential Fusion sessions, a post-graduate program in natural medicine, offered in New Zealand, Australia and online. In addition, Alastair runs a general natural medicine practice in the inner west and east of Sydney, Australia. Clinical practice remains a significant feature of his work with a focus in the treatment of anxiety, depression, addiction and men’s health. He has published four books and numerous articles on provings including Kauri, Moreton bay fig, Tea tree, Waratah, Tar tree, Liquorice, Cactus, Kowhai, Tuberculinum, Bacilinum, Mosquito, Cockroach, Toad, Seahorse, Pearl, Irukandjii, Medusa, Box jellyfish and White tailed spider.