Clinical Homeopathy III: A Look at Bernard's Constitutional Typology
Chapter 1: Bernard's Typology with an Introduction to the Sulfuric Type
Chapter 2: The Carbonic and Phosphoric Types
Chapter 3: The Luetic Mixed Types
Chapter 4: The Sycotic Mixed Types
Chapter 5: Anamnesis and Diagnosis
The third course from our Clinical Homeopathy Program examines the constitutional typology model developed by the acclaimed French homeopath Henri Bernard (1895 – 1980).
Major constitutional types derived from biochemical, embryological, and epidemiological observation including Carbonic, Phosphoric, and Sulfuric are discussed as key components of an accurate, efficient, and wholly unprecedented diagnostic system.
The coursework also explores the painstaking process known as anamnesis, the comprehensive assessment of a patient's feelings, physical state, and prior remedies, all of which support a mapping of symptoms, both hidden and seen, that ultimately yields a diagnosis and proposed treatment plan.