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23 Apr


Put a headset that’s playing some guided imagery on the super-receptive little ears of a first grader, and you’re giving that kid the gift that keeps on giving for the rest of his or her days.

23 Apr


I have a couple of questions for you.  First, I am looking for guided imagery on two different is stress/anxiety relief and the other is reduction of dependency on alcohol. I was wondering, can you listen to guided imagery on more than one topic at a time? Also, are there audios that are shorter than 60 minutes? I truly don't have much time in a day and would like to spend no more than 15 minutes listening if possible. Is it a requirement that you spend a lot of time listening to the audios for it to be effective?

16 Apr


Parkinson’s Disease gets mentioned a lot in April – it’s the month that highlights awareness of this challenging condition and its treatment. As with many neurodegenerative illnesses, there’s currently no “cure” - just ways to slow down its progress, build up compensatory strengths, alleviate symptoms, and improve quality of life.

16 Apr


I am interested in your audios for posttraumatic stress and depression for my practice. Is the $11 for an MP3 copy in US dollars, and does it include all the tracks? I am in Australia. Thanks. 

09 Apr

 Dear Belleruth,

I have a few questions. Can I use guided imagery to heal my pet? Do I play the audio so that they can hear it, or should I play it for me but think of my dog?

07 Apr


This is a deliciously touching story. It's so good, it went and got us all weepy.

02 Apr


Hello, again. I’m very much looking forward to talking about guided imagery at the very first Inova Integrative & Functional Medicine Conference, in the DC Area.

31 Mar


Hello again. My son Aaron found Emily McDowell’s Empathy Cards online and showed them to me. They’re to send to people with cancer. I read a few, and it immediately hit me: there’s been a sea change in attitudes about cancer.

27 Mar


The central insult of posttraumatic stress is the sense of helplessness it engenders. Powerlessness is the thread that runs through every traumatized response, whether it’s from a car accident, family violence, a hurricane, or a school massacre…

19 Mar


A woman worried about losing her job as a result of her company’s getting acquired, says she’s also worried that her worrying “could manifest the very events I’m worried about”, and asks for resources……

16 Mar


This week, the awesome clinical social worker and hypnotherapist, Roberta Shapiro MEd, LCSW, author of our newly released, hot off the presses, Positive Parenting meditations, designed to becalm even the most benighted mom or dad, offers 5 potent tips for upping your parent game. Read on!   

12 Mar

Actually, they’re still where they’ve always been, but the tab disappeared when we changed web platforms… Sorry!  Our error. They’re coming back, and here’s the link in the meantime….