Persons not Diseases: A Guide to Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine and Holistic Healing

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An outline of the holistic healing approach, written for both general readers and healthcare professionals. Describes how changes to lifestyle and mindset, practice of self-help techniques, and use of complementary therapies can assist coping and recovery from illness. Includes practical guidance, references and case histories. The author has worked as both orthodox doctor and natural therapist. More

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About Jennifer Barraclough

After writing and editing medical books for many years, I recently turned to fiction. Encouraged by the positive reviews of my novella 'Carmen's Roses' I have written another called 'Blue Moon for Bombers' which will be published soon. I come from England, where I worked as a medical doctor specialising in psycho-oncology, until in 2000 I moved with my husband and cats to New Zealand and developed a new career as a Bach flower practitioner, life coach and writer. My other interests are choral singing and animal welfare.

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Review by: Jean Hendy-Harris on Aug. 15, 2013 :
A wonderfully refreshing look at humankind and how the disease process affects us all. I was entranced by Joanna's story. I found myself agreeing wholeheartedly with all that Jennifer has to say about how we eat, and what we eat. A most worthwhile read.
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