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Monthly Archives: December 2003

  1. Christmas story

    A pretty miraculous, O. Henry-type story from Terry Reed RN, co-director of Beyond Ordinary Nursing, sounds too good to be true, but we’re hoping it is (true) anyway..
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  2. Can a person with Down's Syndrome benefit from imagery?

    A woman asks BR if her brother, "a real sweetheart" who has Downe’s Syndrome, can take advantage of guided imagery, or if getting him a CD will just frustrate him..
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  3. December 29, 2003

    Well, I’ve just come across a monster pile of studies on the efficacy of music therapy and guided imagery for helping patients deal with all sorts of medical procedures..
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  4. Woman organized a guided imagery program for prison inmates.

    We recently heard from a woman in prison, who organized a weekly guided imagery and journaling group for ten of her fellow inmates, a program that has become hugely successful and popular..
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  5. Do drug companies give out free Health Journeys CDs?

    A cancer survivor who marks the anniversary of her diagnosis by making chemo care gift bags for cancer patients, asks if any drug companies give out Health Journeys CDs for free..
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  6. December 22, 2003

    Happy holidays! Say, if you’re stumped for a memorable gift and running out of time, we have wonderful guided imagery gift bags for adults and kids that we can ship out for you..
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  7. What kind of imagery would help rape victims get through the GYN exams

    A sensitive psychiatric nurse who helps to treat rape survivors wants to know what kind of imagery would help this agitated and fearful population during their necessary but upsetting GYN exams..
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  8. December 15, 2003

    A whole new world of powerful data on the human brain opening up, thanks to the dazzling capability of P.E.T. scans and M.R.I.s... and researchers like Bessel van der Kolk, Jon Kabat-Zinn and David Spiegel..
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  9. cancer/alternative therapies become catalyst tp re-evaluate life

    A bout with cancer and positive experiences with art and music as alternative therapies becomes the catalyst for a man to re-evaluate his life and change his career..
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  10. PTSD interferes with my previously practiced meditation

    Julie asks, "Before my traumatic experience, I meditated frequently, but now I find I want to jump out of my skin whenever I try to sit. What is this?"
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