Harry van der Zee is a homeopathic doctor who has practised in the Netherlands since 1987.
He is an international teacher and has presented seminars in many European countries as well as the USA, India and Japan. Since 1996 he is editor-in-chief of Homopathic Links, an international journal for classical homeopathy.
He has investigated the importance of the birth experience in homeopathic case-taking and published two books on the subject - Miasms in Labour (2000) and Homeopathy for Birth Trauma (2007).
Through this work he has been able to meaningfully connect the homeopathic theory of miasms (hereditary archetypes connected to chronic diseases) with the individuation process, and thus provide a theoretical basis for understanding the role and purpose of individual and collective diseases in the process of human evolution.
Since 2004 Harry has been involved in projects in Africa to enhance the homeopathic treatment of AIDS and other epidemics and in 2007 he co-founded the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation, which focuses on treating epidemics, trauma and endemic diseases in developing countries.
Regarding a new advancement in treating epidemics he has edited and published Peter Chappell´s book The Second Simillimum (2005), has written and published Amma4Africa Manual - Basic Guide to Treat Epidemic Diseases and Trauma (2009) as also many articles.
He has produced documentaries on treating AIDS, Malaria and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Africa and Haiti. In June 2009 he organised the international conference Homeopathy for Developing Countries to further improve the success of homeopathy in developing countries.