The Art of Healing PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: The Art of Healing
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  • Publisher: New World Library
  • Data Published: 10 September 2013
  • ISBN: 1608681858
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 45MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 225 pages
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In 1979 Dr. Bernie Siegel, a successful surgeon, took a class from Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross that focused on the use of crayon drawings as part of the healing process, especially for patients facing life-threatening diseases such as cancer. The understanding of healing and medicine in North America would never be the same. And, without doubt, the way Bernie Siegel treated and related to patients changed drastically as he incorporated many techniques that were laughed at by the medical community. In fact, when he offered a free seminar about these techniques through his clinic, only a few people showed up, and he called these patients "exceptional." Soon, he formed a group called Exceptional Cancer Patients (ECaP) based on "carefrontation," a loving, therapeutic confrontation that facilitates personal change, both physically, mentally, and spiritually, and helps the patient and doctor treat all aspects of the patient's illness. The healing and miracles attracted attention, and today Bernie Siegel is one of the best-known and most beloved of all doctors, publishing his book "Love, Medicine

About Dr Bernie S Siegel

Bernie S. Siegel, MD, retired from general and pediatric surgical practice in 1989 and has since dedicated himself to humanizing the medical establishment's approach to patients and empowering patients to induce their own healing. A sought-after speaker on patient and caregiver issues, he lives in Woodbridge, Connecticut. Cynthia Hurn is a writer, editor, and the coauthor of "No Buddy Left Behind: Bringing U.S. Soldiers' Dogs and Cats Safely Home from the Combat Zone." She lives in Washington.

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