Editor's Note from Barbara Lazarony: Enjoy Dr. Gordon Kauffman of Penn State Hershey Medical Center both as he shares a narrative poem about his personal experience with a breast cancer patient, and in a interview with Craig Layne of WITF radio. This is warm and heartwarming piece about a unique relationship between a physician and his patient.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Dan Yashinsky
Based on my own experience and on interviews with other parents and medical staff in the neo-natal intensive care unit, I created a storytelling piece called Talking You In. It is a "canta storia" set to the music of composer/guitarist Brian Katz...
by Michael Williams, PhD, Adv Dip, CCW Dip
ATH Co-Editor of Therapeutic Storytelling
As the host and producer of the Teller and the Tale, my weekly, half-hour storytelling radio programme on Blues and Roots Radio (www.bluesandrootsradio.com), I’ve had the privilege of getting to know a lot of storytellers. In fact, over the past four years I’ve interviewed nearly seventy tellers from Scotland, Canada, the United States, Denmark, India and other places.
Editor's Note from Michael Williams:: What's it take to be a storyteller? I've heard many people tell me that they didn't grow up in a "storytelling family" or they're not outgoing enough or they have poor memories. Yet in the years I've been interviewing storytellers from around the world, I've discovered that most storytellers didn't have a "special start" in life. Most are just like you and me. So could you be a storyteller? Read on.
Editor's Note: In this final installment (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5) of Mattie Klare's interview with homeopath Deborah Vidal, we get an inside peek at how a homeopath thinks when she undertakes the complex process of homeopathic case taking. If you are considering homeopathic treatment for yourself, watching these videos should give you some insight and put you at ease about what to expect!
Editor´s Note: In Part 3 of her conversation with Mattie Klare, Deborah explores the scope of homeopathic case taking. The reader gets an idea of what to expect in the homeopathic interview from a client's perspective. At the same time, we see how complex an endeavor homeopathic case taking really is. See Part 1 and Part 2.
Interviewed by Dr. Jeffery Tucker
"Because the three gluteal muscles in the buttocks – the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus – are key to the stability and motor control of your hips and trunk. If you are into performance sports, the glutes are important in movement for strength and power..."
Editor's Note from Dr. Jeffery Tucker: The most important role of a doctor is to educate his patients. In this interview with Dr. Bruce Lubitz he will explain the importance of the butt (gluteal) muscles and how to get them stronger to help prevent hip, knee and low back injuries.
Editor's Note from Pat Lantz: During UAC, investigative journalist Art Harris interviews Lee Lehman and Enid Newberg of Kepler College on astrology and education/academia.
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