Category Archives: Resources

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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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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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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Reverse Engineer Your Brain: Dr. Panksepp’s Research and more

At the year’s-end transition we can think about our origins, sick how we live our lives today and where we are going. Mass shootings show urgent need for people to understand the factors driving emotions. The recent Shrink Rap Radio … Continue reading

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Whole Psychiatry: Building Your Healthy Self — With Help

Psychiatrist Robert Hedaya creates opportunities to reconsider and reshape your health. Whole Psychiatry [link to his site] was created from his career in mental health with insights from the new field of Functional Medicine.\n\nThe image to the right is my reminder … Continue reading

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Resources: Acupoints, Color and Your Body-Mind Healing

Psychotherapy Networkers and everyone seeking clues to self-healing, and doctor I’ve found some great inputs you can consider.\n\n[Updated March 14] Self-understanding and body health are key to many people’s success in enjoying life. Links below to my sites and other … Continue reading

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Somatics and Your Mind: New Science for Old Insights

\”Pick up your bed and walk, ed \” and \”Hold still while I groom you\” [translated from chimp communications] are two ancient reminders that each of us must participate in our own body’s physical function, but that we only exist … Continue reading

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Working Together: Your Choices and Your Future

You found your way here, here now take some time to learn about connections that can change your life. You can get more comfortable with your body and your mind and accomplish healing changes that you may never have considered possible. Below is … Continue reading

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It’s Always Been About You: Family Constellations

[play video] My approach to counseling is to always honor the client’s central position in their own life. Sometimes people may criticize themselves for not living up to what their parents wanted for them. Or they may fear that they are … Continue reading

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