The whole spectrum
Diversity, knowledge, experience and renowned authors
Three key aspects underpin our new journal: thorough clinical experience, succinct materia medica knowledge, and a diversity of methods built on the foundations of classical homeopathy. Worlwide renowned homeopaths have welcomed our journal project and offered to contribute to the successful launch of the first issue, in Fall 2009, with the title “Childhood and Psyche.” Volume One will feature contributions from Jan Scholten, Rajan Sankaran, Massimo Mangialavori, Louis Klein, Anne Schadde, Frans Kusse, Patricia Le Roux, Ulrich Welte, Amy Rothenberg, Christoph Schubert, Andreas Richter, Jürgen Hansel, and Jürgen Weiland, on the themes of autism, ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral problems.
We have two distinguished chief editors, who will ensure editorial quality and act as technical advisors: the journalist Christa Gebhardt and the homeopath Dr. Juergen Hansel. Through this new journal, we are delighted to foster fruitful co-operation between experienced and creative homeopaths throughout Europe, Canada, the USA and India. We will also offer a network for our customers, providing easy access to a valuable set of contacts, linking them together.
Cats and Dogs, Burnout - Panic - Depression and Secret Remedies
Every issue of SPECTRUM will provide a visually appealing and highly readable overview of a particular theme of topical interest, with the aim of expanding and supplementing our existing body of literature in the fields of materia medica, clinical practice, and methodology. The three issues due in 2012 will propose the following points of focus: Cats and Dogs, Burnout - Panic - Depression and Secret Remedies. With this project, we stand before the community of seasoned homeopaths in the spirit of a newcomer eager to receive and disseminate knowledge.
First issue: Childhood and Psyche
Everything you promised in your editorial was there: claiming to be non-partisan in particular was risky, as well as not falling prey to preaching to the converted or avoiding a preachy tone; but you followed through. You neither leaned towards any particular school of thought in homeopathy nor simply patted yourselves on the back for the fantastic achievements--both clinical and theoretical--that the contributors have reached on this most timely topic.
The issues of the “new child” are ones that all homeopaths are seeing in their practice, even if we aren’t always aware of them. This journal is packed with more food for thought than any book on the topic that we could possibly have on our shelves.
As a knowledge-hungry beginner practitioner, I can’t express enough my gratitude for your selection of outstanding pieces that do exactly what you claim: make for a truly wholistic approach that can only move us all forward in our work to deeply heal our patients.
Please continue to make promises as you certainly have fulfilled the ones that you have made beautifully. Thank you. Laura Coramai
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