For a deeper understanding of the 'English' approach to homeopathy, explore the articles linked below.
Some of the articles download in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to read these PDF files. You can download the Adobe Acrobat Reader here.
The articles here cover a wide range of topics. You'll find remedy profiles, descriptions of how Dr English incorporated homeopathy and other complementary therapies into his general medical practice, discussions of repertorization, of approaches to the patient and much more. Use the menu on the right to pinpoint specific articles or browse for articles in these different groups.
Read about Dr English's own introduction to homeopathy and his early training. You'll also find a remarkable interview he conducted across the centuries with Dr Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of modern homeopathy.
As part of his own self development, Dr English learned a number of different techniques from psychosynthesis to acupuncture and meditation. He was then able to teach many of these approaches to his patients.
My general practice
In these articles looks back at how he incorporated homeopathy and other complementary therapies into his general medical practice - a mid-twentieth-century example of integrative medicine.
Prescriptions and consultations
How to approach your second consultation with a patient. How to learn from what happened after your first prescription, what kind of patient you are dealing with, and what (and whether) to prescribe next.
These remedy profiles complement the other learning materials on the site - the poems, stories, videos, mind maps and quizzes. To find more materials for these remedies, check out the Remedy Index.
Like the dictionary, the Repertory has to be alphabetical so that rubrics can be easily located – but look at the distance between (say) anger and anal boils. Despite this, the Repertory is the single most important weapon in the homeopath's armoury; it has to be well known and well understood. A useful route to this understanding is to cut across the alphabetical order and to classify the information in any chapter. These articles discuss how repertorization can lead the homeopath to an effective prescription, and how it can reveal some of the complexities of different remedy constitutions.