Guided Imagery for Healing Children

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 21, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Their own naturally rich imaginations are one of the best resources for healing children or helping them through difficult times. Guided Imagery for Healing Children and Teens shows parents, caregivers, and wellness practitioners how to tap into this powerful source of healing to help children overcome the pain and discomfort of anything from a minor fever to cancer. This easy-to-use manual includes an explanation of mind-body medicine and imagery, real-life case studies from the author's experience, and many rich, scripted imageries for both the younger child and teenager. Equipped with these valuable tools, children can connect with their self-healing abilities, strengthen their self-esteem, and enjoy their own imaginations!

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Ellen Curran has been a registered nurse for twenty-four years. She has been certified in Interactive Guided ImagerySM through the Beyond Ordinary Nursing Program (BON), sponsored by the American Holistic Nurses Association. Curran has a private practice in guided imagery where she works with children with multiple disabilities and pain problems as part of their wellness plan.

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