Integrative medicine as a creative force! The Living Hero program is delighted to present an interview with holistic health advocate, homeopathic practitioner, and healer, Dr. Lauri Grossman. Originally trained as a chiropractor, Dr. Grossman is an expert in integrative health care, specializing in homeopathic medicine.
She is a graduate of Cornell University, the New England School of Homeopathy and the prestigious Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in Berkeley, California, and is well-known and respected as a practitioner and educator. She has taught at Sloan Kettering-Memorial Hospital, the Hospital for Special Surgery and Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and at New York Medical College.
Lauri Grossman developed the curriculum in homeopathy and has taught in the holistic departments of the graduate schools at New York University, the College of New Rochelle and the New York Chiropractic College.
She will serve as Chair of the Department of Medicine and Humanistic Studies at the American Medical College of Homeopathy, expected to open in Arizona in 2009.
Her film, Natures, produced with the assistance of the National Geographic Film Archives, highlights the philosophy of homeopathy and its connection with the order found in nature.
Visit her website at homeopathycafe.com for more information.
We talked about:
• Lauri's life-defining emergency introduction to homeopathy • how homeopathy differs from other natural therapies • how a homeopath takes a case, makes a diagnosis and treats illness • how homeopathy heals • the scientific method and energy medicine • the politics and history of homeopathy in America • homeopathy on the rise • the disorders for which homeopathy is most effective • homeopathy, creativity and sensitivity
Enjoy the show! (The program is 54 minutes)
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