Publications/White Papers

Nutritional Interventions for the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress 

Spontaneous Transformation: The Neurobiological Mechanisms of Change and Recovery
Guiding the Way to Wellness: Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and trauma related eating disorders
Finding the Flow: The Efficacy of Utilizing QiGong for the Beneficial Management of Diabetes
Presence Through Palate: An Investigation of Food, Eating, and Self-Awareness as Healing Modality
The Efficacy of Guided Imagery for the Enhancement of Positive Self Identification And Body Image for Individuals with Patterns of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Or Binge Eating
Hypnotic Intervention for Trauma Related Eating Disorders
The Efficacy of Utilizing Neurofeedback to Increase Executive Function in the Area of Attention and Self-Regulation in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
The Experience of Participating in Ritual Dance/Movement Practices for Women with Trauma Related Eating Disorders
The Art of Sadhana: Spiritual Mindfulness and Trauma Related Eating Disorders
Beyond Words: Expressing The Unimaginable to Heal the Unmentionable: A Phenomenological Study on the Experience of Expressive Movement as a Healing Intervention for Individuals with Trauma Related Eating Disorders.
Cultivating Resilience: Post Traumatic Growth, Mindfulness, and Trauma Recovery


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