New! Module Six: Advanced Case Analysis



Knowledge of Module Three required

The new Module 6, Advanced Case Analysis, teaches you how to recognize the best analysis strategies for different types of cases, whether you’re faced with acute, chronic, simple or complex disease. Every session includes Organon study, as well as readings from the past masters of homeopathic practice. The main text for this module is Alastair Gray’s Method.

Principles: Types of Disease, Types of Disease Totality, Case Mapping, Case Analysis Styles, Matching Case Analysis to Totality, Repertorization Tools, Prescription Styles

Case Mapping: Three-Legged Stool, X-Diagram, Mappa Mundi, Miasmatic, Thematic, Diathetic, Layered, Anatomical, Cycles & Segments

Case Analysis: Characteristic Symptom, Keynote Symptom, Complete Symptom, Genus Epidemicus, §153 (Strange/Rare/Peculiar), Remedy Prominence, Thematic, Miasmatic, Constitutional, Layered, Group Analysis, Zoological Families, Sensation Method

Prescription: Totality, Indisposition, Intermittent Fever, Genus Epidemicus, Isopathic, Tautopathic, Ætiological, Lesional, Organopathic, Fundamental, Miasmatic, Constitutional, Bowel Nosode, Symptom Concomitance, §153 (Strange/Rare/Peculiar)


Session 1a – Intro to Case Analysis (Definition, Basis in the Organon, Case Taking versus Analysis, Analysis versus Prescription, Types of Disease, Treating for Psora)

Session 1b – Characteristic Symptoms Analyses, part 1 (Hahnemann, Hering, Guernsey), Three-Legged Stool Case Mapping

Session 2a – Characteristic Symptoms Analyses, part 2

Session 2b – Complete Symptom Analysis (Boenninghausen), X-Diagram Case Mapping

Session 3a – “Kentian” Analysis (Kent), Thematic Case Mapping

Session 3b – “Constitutional” Analysis, Constitutional Prescribing, Mappa Mundi Case Mapping

Session 4a – Genus Epidemicus Analysis (Hahnemann), §153 (Strange/Rare/Peculiar) Analysis (Hahnemann), Remedy Prominence Analyses (Tyler)

Session 4b – Live case taking and analysis

Session 4c – Layered Analysis (Eizayaga), Totality case mapping

Session 5a – Miasmatic Analysis, Miasmatic case mapping

Session 5b – Taxonomical Analyses, part 1, Group Analysis & Zoological Family analysis (Scholten, Mangialavori)

Session 6a – Taxonomical Analyses, part 2, Sensation Method (Sankaran)

Session 6b – Miscellaneous Analysis/Prescription Styles – Isopathy (Gross, Hering), Tautopathy (Murphy), Organopathy (Burnett)

Session 7a – Bowel Nosode Analysis (Patterson)

Session 7b – Polarity Analysis (Frei), Cycles & Segments Analysis (Herscu)

Session 8a – Using The Bönninghausen Repertory 2 (Dimitriadis), Matching Differential to Materia Medica using MacRepertory or RadarOpus