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23 Feb

A woman asks if there is any imagery for her father, who is on prednisone and suffering from relapsing polychondritis, a rare disease in which the body attacks its own cartiledge..
09 Feb

A woman wants to know if imagery can blast her out of her depression and help her get excited about her life again, as she goes from working at a successful career into retirement..
02 Feb

A woman asks what imagery would be best for her friend with leukemia, who is undergoing chemotherapy and needing some extra support for the challenging days ahead..
19 Jan

Someone asks if there are any distance learning programs currently available for training in guided imagery, and BR says she knows of at least one in the works for the future..
12 Jan

Does looking at beautiful artwork help increase the effectiveness of guided imagery, or is it better to just close your eyes and experience your own, unique, inner images? Inquiring minds want to know..
29 Dec

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..
22 Dec

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..
24 Nov

A woman asks what kind of guided imagery will help her to control her anger, and BR makes several suggestions about where she might start..
10 Nov

BR is asked about imagery that deals specifically with the fear of flying, that Alice can use before and during take-off, and BR spells out the step-by-step drill that overcomes this kind of anxiety…
27 Oct

A survivor of childhood sexual abuse is offended by BR’s offering the Persephone myth as a useful parallel for PTSD, and questions what on earth BR was thinking…