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The Journal of the American Association of Integrative Medicine

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Elderly Need for Real Protein

Elderly Need for Real Protein by Tammera J. Karr, PhD © 2014 Holistic Nutrition for the Whole you One of the challenges for older clients is muscle loss, to maintain muscle you must have protein along with weight bearing exercise. There are individuals who require less protein than others to maintain their bodies, but over […]

Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind

Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind By Dr. Kristen Neff Harper Collins Publishing, 297 pages Review by Susan Stuntzner PhD, LPC, LMHP, BCPC, DAPA, FAPA, CRC, NCC, DCC Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of RCHS program University of Idaho Over the past decade, there has been an emerging interest in compassion and […]

The Precarious Balance Between Love, Hate, Action, and Self-Control in Potentially Violent Patients:

The Precarious Balance Between Love, Hate, Action, and Self-Control in Potentially Violent Patients: Avoiding therapeutic emotional closeness that can trigger decompensation Barbara Young As mass murders occur, more emphasis is placed on the importance of psychiatry. There is the expectation that if strange and isolating behavior is observed in a young person, then medication and […]

Shoulder Injury Mechanisms and Integrative Medicine Therapies

Shoulder Injury Mechanisms and Integrative Medicine Therapies Anne J. Yatco, B.S., M.F.A., Forensic Scientist at the Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses Kenneth Alvin Solomon, Ph.D., P.E., Post Ph.D., Chief Scientist at the Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses We begin by providing a preliminary examination of the anatomy of the shoulder, as well as […]