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Monthly Archives: August 2004

  1. Grateful Chemotherapy tape user writes

    We are tracked down and thanked by a decade-long survivor of ovarian cancer who was more scared of chemotherapy than she was of cancer, and who used guided imagery to overcome her dread of treatment
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  2. Please give suggestions for reimbursement for imagery services as the hospital is cutting budgets

    A woman who runs an integrative medicine program for a community based hospital asks how to get reimbursement for imagery services, so her program can become more self-sustaining, given some new budget cuts..
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  3. Critical incident stress intervention after loss of an air ambulance: two-year follow up.

    A Canadian study from British Columbia Children's Hospital finds that Critical Incident Stress Debriefing had no effect on stress symptoms in paramedics, physicians and nurses, while previously established stress management routines did..
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  4. August 30, 2004

    Well, I spent a lot of last week signing books, because Invisible Heroes finally got shipped to the warehouse. It was a pleasure to see the beautiful way my editor has designed the pages and attended to every little detail. The legendary Toni Burbank..
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  5. Academy for Guided Imagery

    Over the past 25 years, the awesome pioneering work of The Academy for Guided Imagery has trained over 10,000 practitioners - psychologists, physicians, social workers, nurses, family counselors, and other health professionals - in its thorough, deep-going, therapeutic technique of Interactive Guided Imagerysm, through its workshops and home study courses.
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  6. Acute stress disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, and depression in disaster or rescue workers.

    A study from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress, at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences concludes that exposed disaster workers are at increased risk of acute stress disorder, depression and PTSD..
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  7. What is recommended for someone who self injures?

    BR gives an explanation for the urge to self-injure (compulsive cutting, scratching, hair-pulling, burning) and techniques that can provide a substitute for this attempt at self-regulating intense emotional states, found in survivors of childhood abuse..
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  8. Guided Imagery helps apprehensive cardiac patient with surgery

    Guided imagery and Reiki help a traumatized pre-surgery cardiac patient get ready for her dreaded date with the operating room, and, in spite of some scary previous experiences in the O.R., she does well this time..
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  9. August 23, 2004

    I’m looking forward to seeing many of you local Cleveland folk at the fundraiser for Ursuline College’s awesome Sophia Center this Friday evening and Saturday. (for more info, you can email info@ursulinesophiacenter.com or call 440.442.4160)..
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  10. Imagery helps woman with phobias about needles and blood.

    A woman with phobias about needles and blood, must see her dermatologist regularly for the surgical removal of skin cancer lesions, and she finds she can allay her fears with a little "trip" to the beach..
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