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August 17, 2015 By Joel Kreisberg, DC, ACC I’ve trained as a health coach, completing a year of course work at Wellcoaches, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition or Duke University’s Integrative Health Coach Training. As part of my excellent program, I coached and was coached in dyads and triads with fellow
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August 12, 2015 With  Reggie Marra, MA, IMC, ACC & Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH, ACC Interested in Poetry and Healing? Find out more about our upcoming course Poetry as Healing with resident poet Reggie Marra. Online course begins October 1st, 2015. This video offers you the opportunity to write freely.  Please consider
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August 4, 2015 By Reggie Marra, MA, IMC, ACC Many elements of the healing narrative have been around for a long time. We can trace the concept that humans have narrative-making capacity, the freedom to interpret and reinterpret our situation, and the power to focus our attention on what serves
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July 20, 2015 By Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH, ACC Ev er notice how quickly pleasure fades from our thoughts while grievances or resentments linger?  Recent findings in neurobiology reveal that our brains are more hardwired for negative thinking than positive.  Think of it as a survival strategy thousands of years
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July 9, 2015 With Dr. Joel Kreisberg, DC, ACC & Reggie Marra, MA, ACC Related Post Narrative ‘Tradecraft’ #5 – Diction Narrative ‘Tradecraft’ #7 – Rhythm & Sound: G… Historical Roots of the Healing Narrative, Part 1 The Healing Topic – Part 2


June 29, 2016 By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC Faced with the grief that inevitably accompanies loss – whether due to illness, injury, death or departure of a loved one or any other trauma, what is the story we choose to tell, and how and why do we tell it? Do
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With the US Supreme Court’s final decision not to hear the challenge by the drug industry to the Alameda County Safe Drug Disposal Ordinance, the final chapter of this current discussion comes to a close.  The good news is that the Pharmaceutical Product Stewardship Working Group (PPSWG) has emerged as
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Read The Full Report (high resolution)                                                                                               Read The Full Report (low resolution) The Alameda County Safe Medication Disposal Initiative Assessment Key Findings:  In 2009 just 473 pounds were reported from one site. By 2013, the most recent year accounted for, 13,919 pounds were collected and disposed, with an average of
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The San Francisco Department of the Environment, in collaboration with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), launched the Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program in April 2012. The Pilot Program utilizes funding from pharmaceutical manufacturers to provide San Franciscans with a local and convenient
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After half a decade of discussion, many attempts at creating effective policy, we are finally going to begin the move to a cradle-to-cradle approach to pharmaceutical development and consumption. On July 24th, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, under the leadership of Supervisor Nate Miley, voted 5 to 0 in
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