The Missing Equation: Transgenerational Trauma

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About the author

Elizabeth Adalian

Elizabeth Adalian

Elizabeth Adalian has been in homeopathic practice for thirty years. She has practised and taught extensively in the UK and overseas, including Ethiopia, the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey, and in Europe. She was formerly a team leader at a homeopathic teaching college in Zagreb, Croatia, overseeing an academic course to support the community in their war recovery. As a result of this work, she developed a special interest in treating trauma, whether due to war or other contributing factors. Elizabeth has written numerous articles on homeopathy, with topics ranging from autism to insomnia. She is on the editorial team of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths’ journal – ‘Homeopathy in Practice’ where many of her articles have been published. She is well known for her extensive knowledge of the remedies, especially the lesser known ones, revealing their value for modern day health challenges.