Edward Christopher Whitmont 1912 – 1998 was a homeopath, MD and psychotherapist, who integrated the practice of homeopathy and Jungian psychology for over 50 years.
See Edward Whitmont in perspective by Peter Morrell September 2012 http://www.interhomeopathy.org/edward-whitmont-in-perspective ‘… This essay explores the thinking and mindset of Whitmont, how he was influenced by and used homeopathy and also what influence he has had on homeopathy. Whitmont shows that homeopathy has been very willing to learn from Jung and Alchemy, but Jungian analysts seem not to have shown so great a willingness to learn very much from homeopathy… continue reading:
An initial interest in psychosomatics and holistic approaches led him into research in the area of naturopathy, chiropractic, nutrition, yoga and astrology beginning in 1940. During this time he studied Homeopathy with Elizabeth Wright Hubbard and medical dowsing with Guy Beckley Stearns.
Whitmont was in private practice of Analytical Psychology in New York while teaching at the Carl Gustav Jung Training Center, of which he is a founding member and chairman.
Whitmont was a prolific author, contributing to many books on homeopathy and on psychotherapy. He also wrote The Alchemy of Healing, Psyche and Substance, The Symbolic Quest, Collected Articles by Edward Whitmont with Dana Ullman, Dreams, a Portal to the Source, Return of the Goddess, Essays on Homeopathy, The Practice of Homeopathy,