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✏A Time to Heal Book Summary : A report from the Church of England on the ministry of healing. It offers an overview of the current state of this ministry, a look at how the ministry takes shape at local level, and a framework for the development of the healing ministry in the 21st century. There are answers to key questions, guidelines for good practice, and radical recommendations for improved effectiveness.
📒Foods That Heal ✍ Bakhru, H K
✏Foods That Heal Book Summary : Several hundreds of years back Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said, 'Your food shall be your medicine'. This maxim holds true even today. There are several disorders that can be prevented and treated by selecting natural foods rich in minerals, vitamins, trace elements, vital nutrients and other substances that have positive medicinal and curative values. This is a no-nonsense A-Z guide to the care and feeding of your body, going to the bottom of everything you need to know about diet, health and food. The listings in this clearly written book span general categories of illnesses, food groups, and each entry recommends helpful foods, followed by those that should be avoided. The format allows easy access to information, with entries offering straightforward advice, explanations, and answers. In short, the book is an invaluable guide for better understanding of health, food and natural remedies.
📒Hands Heal ✍ Diana L. Thompson
✏Hands Heal Book Summary : The Third Edition of this widely used text provides manual therapists with much-needed guidance on taking client histories, setting functional goals, communicating with health care and legal professionals, documenting outcomes, and billing insurance companies. This edition includes crucial information on HIPAA regulations, new and updated blank forms, and lists of codes for self-referred patients and for insurance verification forms. Reader-friendly features include sidebars, case studies, chapter summaries, and useful appendices. A front-of-book CD-ROM includes the blank forms for use in practice, a quick-reference abbreviation list, and a quiz tool to review key concepts. Faculty ancillaries are available upon adoption.
📒Accepting Your Power To Heal ✍ Dolores Krieger
✏Accepting Your Power to Heal Book Summary : The co-developer of Therapeutic Touch encourages us to acknowledge our own innate healing abilities and provides experiential exercises to teach the basic techniques of this widely used healing modality.
📒88 Recipes That Heal ✍ Richard DeAndrea
✏88 Recipes That Heal Book Summary : Imagine a recipe book designed from menu items that have ingredients that fight cancer, heart disease or arthritis. We are surrounded by foods with healing properties and now we can eat meals that fight disease and taste delicious.
📒Foods That Heal ✍ Bernard Jensen
✏Foods That Heal Book Summary : Describes the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of various fruits and vegetables, offers advice on diet and nutrition, and suggests healthful recipes
📒The Instinct To Heal ✍ David Servan-Schreiber
✏The Instinct to Heal Book Summary : Draws on recent brain studies to offer advice on how to heal oneself naturally from stress and depression, covering such topics as eye-movement desensitization, resetting a biological clock, and applying biochemical knowledge to heal emotional wounds. 50,000 first printing.
📒The Will To Heal ✍ Felicia Lynne Fahey
✏The Will to Heal Book Summary : For the past three decades, Latin American and Latina women writers have used autobiography, fiction, and a blend of the two genres to address the psychological struggle to heal from both personal and political traumas. Felicia Fahey focuses on six fictional autobiographies as literary representations of psychological recovery: Alina Diaconú'sEl penúltimo viaje/The penultimate journey(1989), Manuela Fingueret'sHija del silencio/Daughter of Silence(2000), Luisa Valenzuela'sLa travesía/The Crossing(2001), Sara Sefchovich'sDemasiado amor/Too Much Love(1991), Laura Restrepo'sDulce compañía/The Angel of Galilea(1995), and Ana Castillo'sThe Mixquiahuala Letters(1989). These novels are presented in two groups. Diaconú, Fingueret, and Valenzuela explore the psychological effects of the Argentine Dirty War of 1976 to 1983, while Sefchovich, Restrepo and Castillo, examine more general sociocultural issues of politics and gender in Mexico, Columbia, and the United States. This literature, authored by and about women, reveals the uncertain journey of the protagonist who, in order to heal life's wounds, faces the forbidden and painful territory of the autobiographical process and the consequences for the individual and community that this interior journey has.
📒How Connections Heal ✍ Maureen Walker
✏How Connections Heal Book Summary : From faculty and associates of the Stone Center's Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, this practice-oriented casebook shows how relational-cultural theory (RCT) translates into therapeutic action. Richly textured chapters-all written especially for this volume-explain key concepts of RCT and demonstrate their application with diverse individuals, couples, families, and groups, as well as in institutional settings. Emphasizing that relationship is the work of therapy, case narratives illuminate both the therapist and client factors that promote or interfere with movement toward connection. Highlighted are the ways in which cultural contexts profoundly influence relationships; how growthful connection inevitably includes conflict; and how experienced therapists work on a moment-by-moment basis to engage with and counteract personal and cultural forces of disconnection.
📒Born To Heal ✍ Tony Hogan
✏Born To Heal Book Summary : In Born to Heal, Tony Hogan tells us the story of his remarkable life, from his colourful childhood in County Wicklow to his experiences as one of Ireland's foremost healers. Blighted as a child by life-threatening illness, yet blessed with the extraordinary ability to heal others, Tony gradually matured his abilities and people began to seek him out to ask for his help. Born to Heal shares some of the techniques that Tony Hogan used to develop his own powers. Packed full of practical help on self-healing, this fascinating book also explores the power of the mind and absent healing. It is full of astounding case histories and is by turns funny, entertaining, insightful and moving. Ultimately, Born to Heal offers a positive message: human suffering can be relieved when all the normal remedies have failed.