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by Kristina Chew
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Before there was writing, before there was prose, certainly way before there were such things as 140 character “tweets” and “status updates,” there was poetry...

 

Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: If you hated poetry in high school this article will give you some new reasons to read and write poetry again!

 

Writing & Poetry Therapy


by David Servan-Schreiber
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Has your physician ever asked you to write about the worst day of your life? Probably not. Yet the Journal of the American Medical Association recently published a clinical study showing that writing can have a big impact on physical symptoms...

 

Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: "Prescribing story writing for medical purposes is a time-honored way of treating post-traumatic stress disorder and depressive conditions." Here is some up-to-date research info on the health benefits of writing.

 

Writing & Poetry Therapy


by Sherri Carter, Supervising Editor for ATH

There is power in one, there really is! There’s also power when individuals come together for a common goal.  Here at ATH, we are a group of individuals who have come together to promote healing of mind, body, spirit and planet. YOU, the reader, are a very important part of this beautiful community. When we decided to move forward with building for our soon-to-be Online Learning Center, it only made sense to include YOU in the campaign...

 

Hypnotherapy


 

Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: Paper beads are a great way to recycle old magazines, junk mail and newspapers. They are are attractive, inexpensive, and can be used in a variety of projects. This tutorial is a demonstration on making fun paper beads. Enjoy!

 

Arts & Art Therapy


by Victoria Girard

LEDs (light emitting diodes) including red and infrared lights have been proven to have enormous benefits for your skin, as well as relief for pain issues. Scientific studies have shown that some skin cells may actually develop 150-200% faster than normal, when exposed to red and infrared LED wavelengths...

 

Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: Infrared is a light or energy that can’t be seen by the naked eye, but can be felt as heat.  It increases cellular metabolic rates that increase blood flow to the muscles, delivering more concentrated oxygen, which creates more energy to heal the body.  Infrared therapy can be used for flushing out toxins, pain relief,  inflammation, skin problems, and reducing blood pressure.

 

Energy Medicine


by Jonci Jensen, ND
“Look Mom! No Hands!” After a pretty stressful couple of years, I have finally remembered this sort of a mantra that I used while in naturopathic medical school. It arose one year in the middle of another stressful period when I shared with a friend that I felt like I was on the “Roller Coaster of Life”. You know the period of anticipation at the beginning of a roller coaster, as you click, click, click up that first hill? Then the ride begins!

 

Editor's Note: While decreasing stress is optimal, still stresses will remain. Dr. Jensen gives us words of wisdom to help us handle all that life throws at us while limiting the undesired repercussions.



Naturopathy


 

by Dr. Judith Orloff

As a psychiatrist, I feel strongly that letting go of resentments is essential to free yourself from negativity. The main person the resentment hurts is you...

 

Editor’s Note: As we move day after day into the New Year, we can reslove to release old grudges, and resentments and change our typical patterns of building frustration or impatience that is of service to no one...


Psychotherapy


 

from ChronicBabe.com

Christa Barnell is a fine artist living and working in Carbondale, Ill. Despite her chronic daily headache, Christa supports herself with art—and uses it as a sort of therapy. ChronicBabe caught up with Christa about her work, her headache, and everything in between...

 

Editor’s Note: Christa's artwork conveys deep and poignant messages that reflect her internal world. She uses her artwork as a form of therapy to cope with her chronic daily headache. Her colorful palette illuminates her paintings as well as the subdued hues that speak of deep emotions...

 

Arts & Art Therapy 


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