New Age therapy

New Age therapy

(1) Alternative medicine, see there.
(2) Integrative medicine, see there.
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The editors have organized the fifteen selections that make up the main body of the text in four parts devoted to debates on the interaction between New Age and local Latin American cultures; Latin American neo-shamanisms; popular medicines, healing, and new age therapy circuits; and ethnic traditions and New Age.
Angel therapy is a new age therapy based on the notion that communicating with angels can be key to healing.
Some policemen and women played in rock bands, worked as electricians and offered new age therapy.
After a bust-up with her parents during a trip around the Highlands, the wheelchair bound Candy hitches a ride with a gang of tourists heading to a secluded house for a week of New Age therapy where murder ensues.
A NEW Age therapy session in the Scottish Highlands becomes a country house murder mystery when one of the participants is found strangled.
Elizabeth, 44, was promoting her new Scottish-based murder mystery movie The Truth, in which she plays a New Age therapy guru.
Syracuse University history professor Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn takes trainers to task in her book Race Experts: How Racial Etiquette, Sensitivity Training, and New Age Therapy Hijacked the Civil Rights Revolution.
Assisted by the hotel therapist Nancy Aguilar, they went through the New Age therapy.
Along the way, the film presents a scathingly contemptuous view of new age therapy and its attendant psychobabble.
Assisted by the hotel therapist, Nancy Aguilar, they went through the New Age therapy.
Something in the materials I used, and the way we interacted, touched them,' says M'haletta, who discarded her old name, Wendy, when she discovered New Age therapy.
Research by David Weeks, a clinical psychologist at Edinburgh University, shows that believing in something spiritual - whether nature, God or a New Age therapy - is life-enhancing, probably because it makes you happier.