Rage-Free Kids: Homeopathic Medicine for Defiant, Aggressive and Violent Children
Picnic Point Press, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 318 pages
Rage-Free Kids describes how homeopathic medicine is effective for the treatment of defiant, violent and aggressive children. Parents of these children are often at a loss for what to do with them, and desperately seeking a safe, natural solution that really works. Homeopathy provides such a non-toxic alternative to the more drastic pharmaceutical approaches of psychiatric medicine. The book includes information on oppositional defiant disorder, rage and violence, an explanation of homeopathic medicine, and over twenty-five case histories of successful homoepathic treatment.
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