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October 13, 2016 By Joel Kreisberg, DC, ACC The two most common models for healing in medicine are pathogenic and wellness.  The pathogenic model posits healing as the return of health by identifying and removing the inciting cause or pathogenic agent responsible for the destruction of healthy functioning.  Conventional biomedicine
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July 25, 2016 By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC “Unaware that our stories are stories, we experience them as the world.” – David Loy1 Each of us lives, tells and writes our individual stories within the often unconscious influences of direct experience, personality, moods, family, culture (in the broadest meaning of
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June 23, 2016 By Reggie Marra Sentence length impacts our attention, breath and understanding as we read. Sentence complexity, which emerges amid the maze of sentence length, diction, punctuation, metaphor, imagery, content and reader capacity, provides the sentence with a unique rhythm and sound – each of which is affected
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January 25, 2016 By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC To revise, or re-vision, is to see again where our healing narrative wants to go. While revision is often considered a close cousin of editing and proofreading, each of which does involve a distinct type of “seeing again,” a true re-visioning has
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January 11, 2016 By Joel Kreisberg, DC, ACC How do we arrive at a healing topic? Through dialogue and discussion.  Most clients see me with a medical condition that has their attention – a chief complaint.  The implied understanding is that the goal of our work together is to “remove” the condition or the symptoms
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