Wholistic health: a whole-person approach to primary health care

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Human Sciences Press, 1979 - Medical - 232 pages
After examining problems in contemporary health care, the author describes the wholistic health care center concept and its importance as an alternative to inefficient and outdated medical care delivery

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Foreword by Granger E Westberg
Theres Trouble in Health Care
Everyone Is Dissatisfied with the Quality

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About the author (1979)

Donald A Tubesing, PhD, MDiv, is a retired ELCA pastor. He holds a PhD in Counselor Education from Ohio University and a Master of Divinity degree rom Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. In 1973, with a grant from the Kellogg Foundation, he helped the church-based Wholistic Health Centers Project develop as well as the National Parish Nurse Program. In 1977 he founded Whole Person Associates, a training and publishing company focused on providing stress management and wellness promotion educational materials for professionals in medicine, ministry, social work, and counseling. Over the past 30 years he has trained over 10,000 professionals in the skills of designing and conducting stress and wellness workshops with a whole person focus and has served as consultant to several military health programs. Don is author of 21 books on stress management and wellness promotion. Don grew up on the grounds ofof several VA Hospitals his father having served his career as a chaplain.

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