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Monthly Archives: June 2008

  1. A randomized clinical trial to dismantle components of cognitive processing therapy for posttraumati

    Cognitive Therapy More Effective than Journaling for Women with PTSD

    Researchers from the National Center for PTSD at the Boston V.A. Medical Center studied 150 women with PTSD to compare CBT with journaling..
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  2. <b>Suicidal PTSD Survivor Gets Immediate Help from EMDR & Imagery</b>

    Suicidal PTSD Survivor Gets Immediate Help from EMDR & Imagery

    A medical social worker with suicidal thoughts and PTSD writes, "This is a THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for your tape on PSTD...
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  3. "How Do I Know I Have a Therapist Who Can Help Me?"

    "How Do I Know I Have a Therapist Who Can Help Me?"

    A woman is given our PTSD imagery before she is ready, becomes more distressed and symptomatic, but her therapist presses her to continue with it just the same ...
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  4. June 30, 2008

    Timing, Readiness Key to Positive Results from Trauma Imagery

    This week we heard about two very different reactions to the Healing Trauma imagery, and I think it’s important to share both of them with you
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  5. June 23,2008

    A New Book on Healing Depression; A Workshop on the How-To’s of Hypnosis; and a Dazzling New DVD on Forgiveness, Gratitude

    Jim Gordon’s new book, Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven Stage Journey Out of Depression, is out and it’s definitely worth reading…
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  6. <b>Cancer Recurrence Can’t Keep This Resilient Woman Down</b>

    Cancer Recurrence Can’t Keep This Resilient Woman Down

    After 2 years, her squamous cell cancer is back but this remarkable woman maintains her equanimity and optimism, with the help of her friends and a little guided imagery..
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  7. June 16, 2008

    Martha’s Vineyard Has Sexy Air

    There’s something about Martha’s Vineyard that’s very conducive to activating whatever creativity you may have lurking about... one artist says it’s because it has "sexy air" ..
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  8. Kate Hunter Kelley, MFT

    {mosimage}Kate Hunter Kelley, MFT, is a dream artist, writer and psychotherapist. Her gift is to open people to the dreams of their lives. She has trained extensively in psychodrama, dreamtending, and indigenous traditions. Kate has been in private practice for twenty years and offers individual consultations on dreams.

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  9. Ken Cohen

    {mosimage}Ken Cohen is a renowned Taoist initiate, China scholar, and qigong master. In 1973, he was one of six students chosen by Alan Watts for private study of Taoism. Ken is the author of the internationally acclaimed book The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing and more than 150 journal articles. He co-authored, with Tu Xin-Shi, China's gold medal artist, Autumn Leaves: The Wisdom and Art of Chinese Calligraphy. Ken is an adjunct professor at Union Graduate School and presents at universities and conferences throughout the world.

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  10. Sudhakar Ken McRae

    {mosimage}Sudhakar Ken McRae is known for his openheart, a commitment to conscious living, and his meticulous, good-humored instruction. He combines the precision of the Iyengar tradition with the heart-centered, meditative aspects of Kripalu yoga. Sudhakar has been studying, practicing and teaching yoga and meditation for over 25 years and, as the Director of Daily Sadhana at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA, he instructed over 30,000 students. He currently directs Global Yoga Journeys, a yoga travel company offering weeklong intensive Raja yoga and meditation retreats around the world. He serves on the Advanced Yoga Teacher Training faculty at Kripalu Center and mentors teachers seeking advanced certification.

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