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03 Nov

A major article just came out in the Journal of the American Board of Family Practice that reviews the efficacy of mind-body interventions - relaxation, cognitive-behavioral therapies, meditation, imagery, biofeedback and hypnosis…
27 Oct

very happy to announce that our Mastering Menopause imagery will be available as a special, custom-packaged freebie from the makers of Estroven, a popular, over-the-counter herbal remedy…
20 Oct

The Persephone myth is the allegory of trauma... One day, the babelicious young goddess, Persephone, daughter of Zeus (Uber-God of the whole bunch of testosterone-soaked, badboys up there on Olympus)…
13 Oct

At the Houston workshop this past weekend I was delighted to meet several educators who were developing guided imagery programs for stressed-out kids at Texas middle schools…
29 Sep

Looking forward to seeing many of you in Houston this weekend, at the Del Lago Resort. Lake Conroe, for our 9 continuing ed hour, weekend workshop on imagery and trauma…
29 Sep

Well, these September days on Martha’s Vineyard are exquisite. The light is so crisply bright, the color so super-saturated - must be all that sunlight, bouncing off the water or something…
18 Sep

Plucky Director of Clinical Outreach, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., tells us that an excellent company that produces a fine, herbal aid for menopause symptoms, will be giving away our Mastering Menopause CD..
15 Sep

Well, friends, my firstborn - you know, the honking-averse, egg-lobbing, haiku guy with the quirky, best-selling book -- (see ) is getting married to a wonderful woman this week….
08 Sep

You’re invited to my next Imagery & Trauma workshop at the Del Lago Resort on Lake Conroe, (Houston) on October 11-12. Details and registration are at The ConferenceWorks website
02 Sep

It’s heartening to look back and see that the year 2002 saw many surveys in CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) usage for specific populations – kids, rural residents, people with diabetes, health plan members….