Category: Healees’ Perspectives
One Woman’s Journey of Healing: Her Contribution to a Research Project on Changing Notions of Healing
There are times in the life of a psychotherapist when a single client can propel a healing practice to another level of organization. This is a particularly potent possibility when the therapeutic relationship is a creative partnership where both step into the unknown together. Add to this a call for healing that cannot be ignored.
I came into my room from our process group (in Enloe Behavioral Health). Monroe (a soft cloth monkey) was sitting on the bed. I asked him how it was going? He seemed to be happy to see me. I moved him to a different position. I felt comfort in doing that and knowing he was
Most medical school applicants today state that the candidate for admission is interested in and fascinated by the human body. The problem is that a person comes with each body. The person is not treated properly by many a physician. The person may also disturb the physician who has been given medical information but not