Category Archives: Clinical Education

Education about important factors in my assessments and recommendations.

This Clinical Education includes many aspects such as learning opportunities and my opinions regarding counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatry, pastoral counseling, body psychotherapy, as well as natural medicine, acupuncture, Classical Chinese Medicine and the academic preparations given by the naturopathic medicine schools. These would be topics for mentoring or internships of any length.

Janov’s “Primal” in Touch with new Neuroscience

I just returned from a Primal therapy conference that focused on Feelings. [www.Primals.org] That’s helping me be more effective in thinking as well as feeling.\n\nSome of my observations: Babies are birthed into a \”sea\” of intersecting flows and cycles of several … Continue reading

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The Community that is You #2: Parasites & Epigenetics

Microbes can destroy us, sovaldi sale or nurture and strengthen us. [Updated Aug 7, cialis buy 2016; more to come.] My study of what other health care practitioners, therapists, and researchers are doing to help people improve their lives gives … Continue reading

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Routefinders — Ease and Grace of Heart: Fourth of July lessons of Hope

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Functional Medicine: A New Angle to View Health Puzzles

\n\nLaboratory testing can assess the functional health of organs and systems that allow people to move forward in dealing with the joys, sovaldi sale health shocks and traumas of life.\n\nMore about my use of lab testing is on the Functional Medicine page … Continue reading

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Autonomic Science: Relax, you’re not sitting atop a rocket

\n\nNeuroscientists are saving us from our fears. Fighting their way forward in the battle of life, illness men often disregarded the women and nurture that make it all possible.  Now after millennia of careful observations and conjecture, unhealthy view it is … Continue reading

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Reverse Engineer Your Brain 2: Animals, Neuroscience and Nature

Summer gatherings in Nature are giving us times to consider how we live our lives today and where we are going. People urgently need to understand the factors driving emotions and begin to control them. Revisiting the Shrink Rap Radio interview with neuroscientist … Continue reading

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Health Students: Collaboration–Our Future and HOSA professionalism

Psychotherapy to support your success is a key to my services as a licensed naturopathic physician. If you understand what Learning can mean, sildenafil  you can envision being a student for your whole lifetime whether you are a graduate or starting … Continue reading

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“What Works” — Key to Healing Self

\n\n\”A Lifestyle of Healing\” was my original 2001 e-book sharing options you could include in building your personal list for dynamic living. [View early version — PDF opens in new window] This is my first week in Hawai’i and 2015 is almost here. … Continue reading

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Living Inside the Box: Your Body as Temple

Neuroscience and your Three Control Systems to run your life: The more I observe the intricacies of human life the more awed I am at the gift of life. I can speak this more easily than write it but it’s worth … Continue reading

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Tribal Nation: Saving The World One Garden At A Time

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Pressing “The Human Reset Button” via Neuroscience

Neuroscientists seem to have discovered how to reach permanent change in feelings and self-image. They do not call it Rebirth. Still, advice the brain and social interactions can be like someone else’s afterward. You can discover your new self with methods … Continue reading

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Storytelling Medicine — Key to Health

\n\nI’ll be brief so you can begin creating.* In the beginning…when you start using your creative aspect you may feel omnipotent because you’re finding new outcome after new outcome.\n\nIn my travels — both my physical travels to far-away places and … Continue reading

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Play as Medicine

Lions, look dogs chewing bones, chess players and football practice all give clues to the value of Play for health support. The cerebellum and the prefrontal cortex are more important than doctors used to know: this is both serious and enjoyable science.\n\nYou … Continue reading

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Sanctuary and The Railway Man [film]

Why are we alive? What do we live for? Why don’t we die? The Railway Man film does not play games with our minds and souls. \”POW\” or \”Prisoner of War\” are terms to disguise horrors of death and separation.\n\nA … Continue reading

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“Your eyes are beautiful!” Iridology revisited with science.

Liar. Lunatic. Or Truth-speaker. Opinions of \”Iridology\” may be unconsciously based on the personality of the observer or of the Iridologist who has been asked to look beyond the eye’s \”crystal cover\” and discuss the structure of the person’s iris.\n\nThose … Continue reading

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