June 2006 | Mind-Body Medicine

jun06.pdf_1_thumbThe Logic of Health and Disease.…………………………..>> cover
Iva Lloyd, ND


Finally Scientific Proof: Homeopathic Remedies are More than Water……………………>> bottom of cover
Helané Wahbeh , ND


Relax! Applying Mind-Body Medicine to Breast Cancer…………………….>>8
Helané Wahbeh, ND
and Heather Zwickey, PhD
RVT and similar therapies have been shown to beneficially affect breast cancer patients.


Ishayas’ Ascension Attitudes: Accessing the Healing Power of Nature……………………….>>10
Cheryl Kasdorf, ND
Ishayas’ Ascension is an ancient meditative technique from the Himalayas.


A Key to the Subconscious Mind: Medical Hypnosis………………………………….>>12
Steven Gurgevich, PhD
Hypnosis can be taught in one or two sessions, and can be used just about anywhere when needed.


Cold Laser is a Hot Modality in My Practice…………….>>13
Donese Worden, NMD
Cosmetic procedures aside, this is still an excellent adjunct for treating most conditions.


Affirmations in the Treatment of Depression………………………………….>>14
Melissa Dawahare, ND
Depression is an illness that responds well to this treatment.


Choosing Among Adaptogen Herbs………………………………….>>15
Eric Yarnell, ND, RH (AHG)
This article will deepen and broaden prescribing of adaptogen herbs.


Aromatic Therapies and Mind- Body Medicine…………………>>16
Shaida Sina, ND
Stimulation of the limbic system in mind/body medicine.


The Green Corner……………….>>17
Mitch Kennedy, ND
The first organic park; What to feed children; Decline of minerals in conventional food.


Naturopathic News………………………………….>>18


Personality as a Predictor in Health, Survival and Disease………………………>>20
Laurie Menk-Otto, ND Candidate


Perspective on Higher Education……………………………>>21
David Schleich, PhD
How marginalization affected the successful deployment of naturopathic medical education.


Small Steps to the Big Vision…………………………..>>22
Five common traits of successful practices.


Bringing Inactive Patients Back to Your Practice………………………….. >>23
The best ways to reactivate inactive patients.

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