Amy Lansky is a well known homoeopath and
author of many books. Her homeopathic studies
have included foundational course work with
Misha Norland's School of Homoeopathy in Devon,
England; completion of the Homeopathic Master
Clinician's course with Louis Klein; and studies
with Simon Taffler, Sadhna Thakkar, Jan Scholten,
and Alize Timmerman.
two years she served as coeditor of The American
Homeopath, the journal of the North American
Society of Homeopaths. In 2003, Lansky published
her comprehensive introduction to homeopathy,
Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy,
which includes the story of her son's cure
Lansky was born on November 27, 1955 in Buffalo,
New York. She graduated from the University
of Rochester in 1977 with degrees in mathematics
and computer science, and she received her
doctorate in computer science from Stanford
University in 1983.
several years working at various Silicon Valley
research institutions (including SRI International,
NASA Ames Research Center, and three years
as a consulting associate professor at Stanford),
Lansky made an unusual career move: she became
a student, writer, promoter, and, most recently,
practitioner of homeopathic medicine.
This was prompted by the miraculous cure of
her son's autism with homeopathy. She is dedicated
to helping others -- especially families with
autistic children -- discover the curative
powers of homeopathy.