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Arts4Therapy
Ioana I. F. Lerchs
The Arts4Therapy site is dedicated to enlarging the community of people who value the artistic process as a guiding principle for health and well being. Arts4Therapy has a growing resource center which includes a list of links to therapies based on art as well as a number of links dedicated to mental health and support.
http://www.arts4therapy.com/ - May 12th 2000 - TMB

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Addiction Recovery Guide: Your Internet Guide to Recovery
Lucy Waletzky, MD
The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. A recovery resource for drug and alcohol addiction including evaluation, 12 step and other programs, treatment locators, residential treatment centers and holistic approaches including acupuncture, biofeedback, hypnosis, meditation, nutrition and yoga.
http://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/ - Jul 25th 2002 - P. Stubbs

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Parenting Naturally
Heidi Piccoli
Parenting Naturally assists parents in learning to heal their child's illness/disease or disorder naturally. The site includes the latest articles and research on using natural/holistic means to cure childhood disorders.
http://www.parentingnaturally.net - Oct 21st 2002 - P. Stubbs

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Tai Chi and Consumer Health Web Repository
Shuanghong Wu
American Tai Chi Association is a non-profit organization that commits to promote Tai Chi (an ancient Chinese martial arts) for public health. The digital library includes information from the National Library of Medicine. You can also watch online Tai Chi video clips through the library. The Tai Chi coach web-database hosts over 1000 Tai Chi coaches in the nation and it allows you to find a Tai Chi coach with stress management experience in your community. All services are free for the public.
http://www.americantaichi.net/ - Mar 11th 2003 - P. Stubbs

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Coping with Chronic Illness or Pain: Ten Resolutions
Brian Grady, Ph.D.
The Ten Resolutions website offers guidance and support for those learning to live with incurable or chronic medical conditions. Coping skills are explained in detail. There is a discussion forum and chat room with rotating daily topics. No user fees are required, though donations are accepted.
http://www.tenresolutions.org - Mar 26th 2003 - PS

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Feingold Program (for ADHD and other disorders)
Feingold Association
The website of the Feingold Association of the United States promomtes the Feingold diet for treatment of ADHD and other behavioral disorders. Links to articles, research, books, faqs and how to follow their diet program can be found. Newsletters are also available.
http://www.feingold.org/ - Oct 29th 2001 - MJD

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Mind Publications
Vijai Sharma, Ph.D.
MindPub.Com is a self-help website run by Vijai Sharma, Ph.D. Here you will find *many* quality articles concerning personal, family and relationship problems such as anger, anxiety, depression, jealousy, marriage troubles and parenting issues, and chronic illness and pain. Dr. Sharma also maintains a wholistic psychology practice in Cleveland, TN.
http://www.MindPub.Com - Mar 14th 2002 - MJD

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Coloring Therapy
Brent Belchamber
Coloring Therapy is a complimentary modality based on suspension and management of the inner dialogue. Based on the "When we feel good, we heal better" concept. Suspending of our inner dialogue refreshes the body, mind and spirit. It is a meditative state in which we are able to view and review the workings of our own thoughts. During these times we are freed from habitual urges, as well as mental and emotional discord. Science and medicine have also discerned that this state optimizes the self-regenerative powers of our biology. Coloring is a medium to purposefully enter this healing state.
http://www.ColoringTherapy.com - Nov 5th 2002 - PS

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Peace and Healing
Dan Williams
This website author offers insight into a variety of psychiatric illnesses from both traditional and alternative views.
http://www.peaceandhealing.com - Jul 24th 2003 - PS

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Homeopathy
Swiss Homeopathy Society
Homepathy is a system of medicine based on the principle of similars. The name is composed of the two Greek words homoion (similar) and pathos (suffering) and was created by the discoverer of scientific homeopathy, the physician, pharmacist and chemist Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. This site offers classes to learn more about homepathy.
http://www.homeopathy.ch/ - May 23rd 1998 - VBH

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