Skin Deep: A Mind/Body Program for Healthy Skin

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Health Press, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 265 pages
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Skin deep: a mind/body program for healthy skin

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Grossbart and Sherman offer a how-to manual of psychological exercises and techniques that, when combined with dermatological care and, possibly, psychotherapy, have proven effective in curing or ... Read full review

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This books really didn't provide the insight into Dermatillomania that I was looking for unfortunately though I believe that this book would be helpful for or people suffering from other skin ... Read full review

Contents

Sensing and Responding to the World Around You
2
Listening to Your Skin
11
Why Me? The Skin Has Its Reasons
25
Why Now?
41
Why There? Mapping Troubl e Spots
62
What Your Symptom Does for You
70
What If It Got Better? What If It Got Worse?
78
WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT
89
Breaking the ItchScratch Cycle
145
Your Symptoms Last Stand
160
Have They Handcuffed Your Doctors?
168
Disease Directory
176
New Help for Alopecia
201
A Tale of Two Sexually Transmitted Diseases
209
APPENDIXES
217
NOTES
233

Your Untapped Resource
90
More Techniques to Help Now
113
Enemy or Ally?
127
Creating Beauty From Within
133
Help in Depth
140
BIBLIOGRAPHY
246
INDEX
257
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
265
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About the author (1992)

CARL SHERMAN has written about mental health and psychotherapy for national publications including "Psychology Today," "Family Circle," "Self," "McCall's," "Us," "GQ, "and "Investor's Business Daily," He is a columnist and contributing writer for "Clinical Psychiatry News," and the author of three other books. He lives in New York City.

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