June 2014 | Mind-Body Medicine

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Treating Depression: Naturopathic Strategies for Successful Outcomes…………………………>> cover Todd Born, ND


 

Trauma: New Implications in Medical Analysis……………………..>> bottom of cover Nicole Cain, ND


 

Hacking the Habit Code: Part 1……….>>10
Rick Kirschner, ND
Understanding how habits get made is a necessary
step to creating alternative behaviors.


For The Love of Food: Mindful Eating and Weight Management………………..>>14
Christopher Knee, ND, MSc
Varieties of short-term food abstinence may be an
effective tool for developing mindfulness around eating.


Stop The Fight, Engender Trust: Often-Ignored Treatment Plan Essentials….>>16
Jody Stanislaw, ND
Trusting that illness is a wise and benevolent
process can allow real healing to occur.


Dissolving the Mind-Body Divide: Bringing Curiosity and Emotional Exploration to the Clinical Encounter…>>18
David Denis, ND
By creating a safe space for patients to discuss
emotions, an alliance is strengthened that
supports healing.


Your Emotional Type: The Advent of Personalized Alternative Medicine…..>>21
Michael Jawer & Rick Brinkman, ND
Boundary types not only correlate with specific
disorders but respond to particular integrative therapies.


Attitude, Faith, Hope & Healing……….>>24
Angela P. Lambert, ND, LAc, MSOM
Instilling belief and a positive attitude in our
patients depends on our ability to do the same in
our own lives.


Association Spotlight: Reestablishing Licensure in The Sunshine State…….>>26
Adam Tice, ND
The FNPA is committed to the reestablishment of
licensure in Florida; Dr Tice reviews their process.


Hot Stuff………………………………………..>>27
Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND
A lack of descriptors for the patient eventually leads
down an interesting path to the remedy.


Brainy Foods………………………………….>>28
Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE
The early literature reveals that the nutritive value
of fruits and nuts is hardly a modern discovery.


Message From the President: Bastyr University…………………………….>>25
Daniel K. Church, PhD
Dr Church reviews past, present, and future
progress of Bastyr, including a new campus & clinic
in San Diego.


From Supercal… to fragilistic: Understanding the Undergraduate…..>>30
David J. Schleich, PhD
An overall decline in undergraduates need not affect our
profession, given an effective super branding campaign.

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