Homeopathic prescribing is undergoing a tremendous evolution due to the recent advent of ideas such as the grouping of remedies into families, connecting a child’s remedy to the mother’s during pregnancy and understanding how the remedy source is expressed through the patient’s symptoms, called source-based prescribing. These advances are also having a positive impact on the treatment of children. The Child’s World elaborates on the ways the new ideas in homeopathy can benefit children.
Linda Johnston is a leading teacher of homeopathy and combines classical homeopathy with the new teachings of Rajan Sankaran and the Bombay group. It is the first book of its kind which shows how the new method can be applied in children with stunning success.
"This comprehensive book is beautifully written by a very experienced physician."
"Dr. Johnston scientifically and artistically presents cases that bring the best of homeopathy to the forefront."
Generations of homeopaths have successfully treated children using the traditional approaches of materia medica, repertory, keynotes and classification into children types. As successful as these methods have been, there have always been some cases that were not helped. As a result new ideas and advances have taken place to expand our skills and knowledge for better results.
About the author
Dr Linda Johnston has been a active member of the homeopathic community worldwide since the inception of her homeopathic practice. After completing her medical training from the University of Washington, USA in 1979, she had one further year in family medicine prior to starting her own private medical practice in 1981. Linda began her homeopathic training in 1986, and began practicing the same year. Linda’s main focus has always been her clinical practice of homeopathy, which she continues to this day.
Contributing to the homeopathic community through writing and teaching are both important to Linda. From 1991 – 1996, she developed and taught a two-year homeopathy curriculum in 4 different US cities to train licensed medical practitioners. She is also a well-known teacher internationally.
Author of numerous articles for homeopathy journals, Linda is also the author of Additions to the Homeopathic Repertory from Kent’s lectures on Homeopathic Materia Medica (Christine Kent Agency, 1990) as well as a popular book for the general public, Everyday Miracles: Homeopathy in Action (Christine Kent Agency, 1991). Since her debut public lecture in 1987, she has made hundreds of radio, television appearances, in addition to print media interviews educating the public about homeopathy.