was born in 1934. Her first contact with homeopathy was while on holiday in France, where she sought homeopathic help for allergies. The homeopath asked her to return the next day, when he said that he had in the meantime consulted the famous American homeopath, Dr. Kent, about her case. Back in the USA, she sought out this Dr. Kent, only to find that he had died back in 1916!
Her interest sparked by this episode, Coulter began to teach herself homeopathy, first “devouring” Boericke's work, then the 10-volume materia medica of Hering, and finally Kent's Repertory.
She began to treat especially her family and friends. In the 1970s, she met various homeopathic physicians who were deeply impressed by her knowledge of the remedies, and who asked her to lecture on the materia medica. Since this time, she has been teaching at the National Center of Homeopathy in Millersville.
Main works: A Homeopathic Approach to Cancer Homoeopathic Sketches of Children’s Types Portraits of Homeopathic Medicine