Here are some interesting books to read on the subject of homeopathic treatment of ASP. They show the effectiveness of homeopathic remedies:

  1. The Impossible Cure by Amy Lanski
  2. A Drug-Free Approach to Asperger Syndrome and Autism: Homeopathic Care for Exceptional Kids by Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, Robert Ullman, and Ian Luepker

There are also many websites which have examples of successful homeopathic intervention.

  • the website for Amy Lansky's book, The Impossible Cure, includes a database of Cure Stories from parents of autistic children who have been treated homeopathically.
  • Homeopathy Houston has Homeopathy for Autism Testimonials

Contact me if you have questions or to make an appointment.

  • Non-invasive - taking a homeopathic remedy is the same as taking a drink of water
  • Helps mental, emotional AND physical symptoms - homeopathy can heal on all levels
  • Gentle - remedies help the body to balance and heal, including de-toxing
  • Works with other modalities - diets and supplements can be used as shorter-term work-arounds while homeopathic healing addresses the underlying causes for long-term healing
  • Simple - complex treatment routines and nutritional programs put a lot of stress on family life
  • Inexpensive - affordable to many who can't afford other treatments



Often I wonder why homeopathy is not better known for its good results with children who have been diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). There are several outstanding benefits to homeopathic treatments, such as:


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There are many remedies which are appropriate for people with ASD. What I do with my clients who are on the spectrum is much the same as what I do for anyone with a chronic condition. I talk to them or their parents to find out as much as possible about their mental/emotional/physical symptoms and find the remedy that best fits this symptom picture. This is more difficult with people who don't speak (or won't speak), and parent input is often crucial to determining what the client might be thinking or experiencing.