Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine

Dana Ullman MPH, CCH
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Homeopathic Organizations and Resource Centers

National Center for Homeopathy

1760 Old Meadow Road #500
McLean VA, 22102
(703) 506-7667
This is the most important homeopathic organization in the United States. They publish a monthly magazine and a directory of practicing homeopaths, maintain an active network of homeopathic study groups, hold annual conferences and short summer training programs for laypeople and health professionals, and provide spokespersons to the media.

American Institute of Homeopathy

c/o Sandra M. Chase, MD, DHt, Trustee
10418 Whitehead St.
Fairfax, VA 22030
Telephone: 888-445-9988
Email: admin@homeopathyUSA.org
Founded in 1844 and the oldest national medical society in the United States, this organization admits only medical doctors and osteopaths as voting members. It publishes a journal and sponsors or co-sponsors an annual conference. It also interfaces with government agencies on issues relating to the homeopathic profession.

Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians

P.O. Box 15508 Seattle, WA 98115 206-941-4217
This is the organization of naturopathic physicians who specialize in homeopathy. It certifies qualified naturopaths and publishes a professional journal.

North American Society of Homeopaths

PO Box 450039
Sunrise, FL 33345-0039 (206)720-7000
NASH certifies only unlicensed practitioners of homeopathy. To obtain certification one must have completed an approved training program and clinical internship and pass a comprehensive examination in homeopathy. Although this certification does not grant legal right to practice homeopathy, it is beginning to lay the groundwork for a distinct homeopathic profession.

Council for Homeopathic Certification

PMB 187
16915 SE 272nd Street
Suite #100
Covington, WA 98042
(866) 242-3399
This organization provides certification for licensed health professionals (MD, DO, ND, DC, PA, RN, CA, DDS, etc.). A rigorous examination must be passed, as well as an analysis of at least 10 cases.

Foundation for Homeopathic Education and Research & Homeopathic Educational Services

812 Camelia St.
Berkeley, CA. 94710 (510) 649-0294; (800)359-9051 (orders)
This resource center is the leading source for homeopathic books, tapes, medicines, medicine kits, software, and distance learning programs. This organization also works to educate the medical community and the general public about research in homeopathy. It provides speakers on homeopathic research to hospitals, medical schools, industry, and community groups.

Homeopathic Books

Science and Research
  • Paulo Bellavite, MD, and Andrea Signorini, MD, The Emerging Science of Homeopathy: Biodynamics, Complexity, and Nanopharmacology, Berkeley: North Atlantic, 2002. (a 1995 edition of this book was entitled Homeopathy: A Frontier in Medical Science)
  • Harris L. Coulter, PhD., Homoeopathic Science and Modern Medicine: The Physics of Healing with Microdoses. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1980.
  • Michael Emmans Dean, The Trials of Homeopathy. Stuttgart: KVC, 2004.
  • Bill Gray, MD, Homeopathy: Science or Myth. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2000.
  • Claudia Witt, MD, and Henning Albrecht. New Directions in Homeopathy Research. Essen, Germany: KVC Verlag, 2009.
History of Homeopathy
  • Trevor Cook, PhD., Samuel Hahnemann: His Life and Times. Wellingborough: Thorsons, 1981.
  • Harris L. Coulter, PhD., Divided Legacy: A History of the Schism in Medical Thought (4 volumes). Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1975, 1977, 1981, 1994.
  • Michael Emmans Dean, The Trials of Homeopathy. Stuttgart: KVC, 2004.
  • John Haller, The History of American Homeopathy: The Academic Years 1820-1935. New York: Pharmaceutical Products Press, 2005.
  • Rima Handley, PhD., A Homeopathic Love Story. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1990.
  • Rima Handley, PhD., In Search of the Later Hahnemann. Beaconsfield, England: Beaconsfield Publishers, 1996.
  • Ann Kirschmann, PhD., A Vital Force: Women in American Homeopathy. New York: Rutgers, 2004.
  • Julian Winston, Heritage of Homeopathic Literature. Tawa, New Zealand: Great Awk, 2002.
  • Julian Winston, The Faces of Homeopathy: An Illustrated History of the First 200 Years. Tawa, New Zealand: Great Auk, 1999.
  • Matthew Wood, Vitalism: The History of Herbalism, Homeopathy, and Flower Essences. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1992 (new edition in 2000).
Introductory and Family Guidebooks
  • Miranda Castro, RSHom., The Complete Homeopathy Handbook. New York: St. Martin’s, 1990.
  • Peter Chappell, RSHom., Emotional Healing with Homeopathy: Treating the Effects of Trauma. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2003.
  • Dennis Chernin, MD, MPH. The Complete Homeopathic Resource for Common Ailments. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2006.
  • Jane Cicchetti, Dreams, Symbols, and Homeopathy: Archetypal Dimensions of Healing. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2003.
  • Stephen Cummings, MD, and Dana Ullman, MPH, Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicine. New York: Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, 2004.
  • Richard Grossinger, PhD., Homeopathy: The Great Riddle. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1998.
  • Asa Hershoff, ND, DC, Homeopathic Remedies. New York: Avery, 1999.
  • Thomas Kruzel, ND, Homeopathic Emergency Guide. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 2003.
  • Wayne Jonas, MD, and Jennifer Jacobs, MD, Healing with Homeopathy. New York: Warner, 1996.
  • Amy Lansky, PhD., The Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy. Portola Valley: RL Ranch, 2003.
  • Andrew Lockie, MD, The Family Guide to Homeopathy. New York: Fireside, 1993.
  • Andrew Lockie, MD, and Nicola Geddes, MD, The Complete Guide to Homeopathy.
  • New York: Dorling and Kindserly, 1995.
  • Larry Malerba, DO, Green Medicine: Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Medicine. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2010.
  • Maesimund Panos, MD, and Jane Heimlich, Homeopathic Medicine at Home. New York: Tarcher, 1980.
  • Dana Ullman, The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2007.
  • Dana Ullman, MPH, Essential Homeopathy. Novato, CA: New World Library, 2002.
  • Dana Ullman, MPH, Homeopathy A-Z. Carlsbad, CA.: Hay House, 1999.
  • Dana Ullman, MPH, Discovering Homeopathy. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1991.
  • Dana Ullman, MPH, The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy. New York: Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, 1996.
  • Robert Ullman, ND, and Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, MSW, The Quick and Simple Guide to Homeopathic Self-Care. Roseville, CA.: Prima, 1997.
  • Edward C. Whitmont, MD, The Alchemy of Healing. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1993.
Specialized Self-Care Books
  • Miranda Castro, Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth and Your Baby’s First Year. New York: St. Martin’s, 1993.
  • Peter Chappell, RSHom, Emotional Healing with Homeopathy: Treating the Effects of Trauma. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 2003.
  • Asa Hershoff, DC, ND, Homeopathic Medicines for Musculoskeletal Healing. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1997.
  • Richard Moskowitz, MD, Homeopathic Medicine for Pregnancy and Childbirth. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1992.
  • Michael A. Schmidt, Healing Childhood Ear Infections: Prevention, Home Care, and Alternative Treatments. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1996.
  • Dana Ullman, MPH, Homeopathic Medicine for Children and Infants. New York: Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, 1992.
  • Robert Ullman, ND, and Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, MSW, Ritalin-Free Kids: Homeopathic Treatment of A.D.D. and other Behavioral and Learning Problems. New York: Three Rivers Press, 1996.
  • Robert Ullman, ND, and Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, MSW. Prozac-Free: Homeopathic Alternatives to Conventional Drug Therapies. Edmonds, WA: Picnic Point Press, 2002.
  • Robert Ullman, ND, and Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, MSW. Rage-Free Kids. Edmonds, WA: Picnic Point Press, 1999.
  • Janet Zand, ND, Rachel Walton, RN, and Bob Rountree, MD, Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child. New York: Avery, 1994.
Philosophy and Methodology

Note: Books on homeopathic philosophy and methodology are primarily for students or practitioners of homeopathy, though anyone with a serious interest in the healing process will learn much from them.

  • Samuel Hahnemann, MD, Organon of Medicine. New Delhi, India. Reprint. A newly translated edition that is considered the most accurate translation of this book is: The Organon of the Medical Art, Seattle: Birdcage, 1996.
  • James Tyler Kent, MD, Lectures on Homoeopathic Philosophy. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 1979. Reprint.
  • Gerhard Koehler, MD, The Handbook of Homeopathy. Rochester, VT.: Healing Arts, 1987.
  • H.A. Roberts, MD, The Principles and Art of Cure by Homoeopathy. New Delhi: B. Jain. Reprint.
  • Todd Rowe, MD, Homeopathic Methodology. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1998.
  • George Vithoulkas, The Science of Homeopathy. New York: Grove, 1980.
  • Elizabeth Hubbard Wright, MD, A Brief Study Course in Homeopathy. St. Louis: Formur, 1977.
Materia Medica and Repertories

A materia medica is a book that describes homeopathic medicines and the various symptoms and syndromes they are known to cure. A repertory is a listing of symptoms and the various medicines that have been found to cause them in overdose and cure them in homeopathic doses. Students and practitioners of homeopathy generally have several materia medica and at least one repertory.

Most of these books are primarily useful for professional homeopaths, though these books are usually not technical and can be understood by laypeople and non-homeopaths. By adding a materia medica and a repertory to your library, you can be more precise in the selection of an individualized remedy.