My guest Dawn R. Nelson has a PsyD as well as a Masters in Divinity, and comes from a rich background of thoughtfully providing human services. She conducts her private practice based on principles similar to my Guidelines for Empathic Therapy and will inspire other therapists to practice true to themselves and their ideals. She exemplifies a growing consensus that therapists should be genuine and caring, as well as informed about the importance of childhood and nurturing in respect to who we are as adults. She renews my faith in the future of psychotherapy.
Touch is habitual and can sometimes be involuntary for many people; a casual stroke to express affection, or a hug to offer comfort. However, a study by NUS Psychology researchers has revealed that touch is a significant factor in the social development of young children between four and six years. Conducted by a team supervised by NUS Psychology Associate Professor …
Leid Stories goes within today, taking an introspective, philosophical look about life and what we do with it. Host Utrice Leid, celebrating a year of fruitful living after a devastating diagnosis, tells what pulled, and keeps pulling, her through.
Today Show: Healthy Vision and Eyecare – Part 2
Guest Speaker: Dr. Marc Grossman http://www.naturaleyecare.com/
Healthy Vision is Our Strongest Link to the World Around Us. NaturalEyeCare™ was created in May, 1999 to help health care professionals and the public become aware of the role of complementary care in the treatment of eye disease. We believe that combining the best in traditional and complementary care creates the greatest opportunity for individuals to protect and improve vision. We believe that the health of the eye depends on the well-being of one’s entire body. We provide recommendations for healing and preserving vision that encompass lifestyle, diet and nutritional products based on our analysis of peer review studies
Health News Segment with: Dr. Wald, director of Longevity at Integrated Medicine http://www.blooddetective.com/
Today Topic: Part 6 Autism Epidemic/ASD – 6 Part Series
The Autism/ASD Epidemic is a profound, eye-opening series of short, informative and practical talks presented by the Dr. Michael Wald – nicknamed the Blood Detective. Dr. Wald explores the criteria for autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), talks about potential causes from all angles and critically evaluates both medical and nutritional and natural treatments.
A Life-Changing Experience –
An upset stomach turns out to be something that lands Utrice in the hospital undergoing a battery of tests that yield a somber diagnosis.
She shares the experience with listeners.
As always Gary is here to bring you the latest good news in health, healing, nutrition, and living a longer happier life. Tips on strawberries, meditation, and seratonin. Plus political, social, and environmental news and commentary, and a continuation of an extended exploration of vaccines with Suzanne Humphries.
Recent outbreaks of Ebola, SARS, and other zoonotic infectious diseases that transmit from animals to humans have made the relationship between human disease and environmental management an especially hot topic. In East Africa, community ecologist Hillary Young’s fieldwork has examined the direct impacts of human disturbance on landscape and wildlife, as well as a variety of factors affecting infectious disease risk. …