ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 7, Number 1

Geriatric Applications of Craniosacral Therapy: Established Allied Health Professionals’ Use of a Complementary Modality

This survey provides helpful suggestions for helping older people with a variety of symptoms. Therapist and client reports suggest craniosacral therapy is a helpful modality. While use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is well-documented in the elderly, little is known about the use of specific modalities other than chiropractic and acupuncture or of practice

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METHOD OF LEVELS THERAPY: Helping the normal change process within a person when normal change doesn’t seem to be happening by itself.

This in-depth study demonstrates the value of single-case research, as well as confirming the value of the particular method that was studied. Method of Levels (MOL) Therapy is described and applied to the case of a woman whose husband died. MOL Therapy is derived from Perceptual Control Theory. Session to session changes within the woman

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Part III: Meditations on destiny

I made the seven Destiny essences over a period of months and during this time, also received a series of meditations. Several destiny-themes emerged to give multi-dimensionality to the kit. I believe these meditations will expand users imagination and help to deepen the work with the kit in many different ways.

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IJHC Book Reviews January 2007

Suzane Northrop. Everything Happens for a Reason: Love, Free Will, and the Lessons of the SoulHoward Brockman. Dynamic Energetic Healing: Integrating core shamanic practices with Energy Psychology applications and processwork principlesByron Katie, with Stephen Mitchell. Loving What Is: Four questions that can change your lifeDavid R. Hawkins, MD, PhD. Power vs. Force: The hidden determinants

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What Is Your Favorite Feather?

Each of us has props to support our beliefs particularly in areas of our lives where we cannot prove these beliefs. These props are most helpful when we venture into the unknown, but may also hold us back from trusting in our own abilities to master the unknown.

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