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Her specialties and passions include post-traumatic stress disorders, addictive disorders, sexual compulsivity and relationship repair. Dr. Polles has personally practiced in the field of mental health, addiction medicine, and addiction psychiatry for more than 25 years, in settings ranging from acute psychiatric, to medical detox, day treatment, residential treatment, outpatient programs, family programs, and individual care. She is also the Medical Director for the Mississippi Professionals Health Network, a monitoring and advocacy program for dentists, oral surgeons, veterinarians, and other non-physician licensed professionals. She creates customized trauma intensives for veterans and active duty military and their families and has a heart for helping trauma survivors achieve emotional freedom.
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Garden Acupuncture Offering 20% Off Post Holiday Weight Loss Program
Smith, provost and vice president of Academics Affairs at National College of Natural Medicine, is effective immediately. ACAOM is nationally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a specialized and professional accrediting agency. ACAOM's primary purposes are to establish comprehensive educational and institutional requirements for acupuncture and Oriental medicine programs, and to accredit programs and institutions that meet these requirements. NCNM, the oldest accredited naturopathic college in North America, is a recognized educational leader in naturopathic and classical Chinese medicine, and integrative medicine research. During her 22-year tenure at NCNM, Smith has held many senior administrative positions, including dean of Institutional Research & Assessment; dean of the School of Classical Chinese Medicine; dean of Student Services; and educational consultant. As provost, Smith has presided over a growing number of academic programs while continuously raising the bar on academic standards at NCNM.
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National College of Natural Medicine Provost Elected to Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Our goal is to find a longer term solution by providing additional resources to these families. (PRWEB) December 18, 2014 Medical Center of Marin (MCoM) proudly announces their second year sponsoring project UNIFY. Last year was an unbelievable success, and the plans are to make this year even more comprehensive and accomplish their original Mission Statement objective of helping as many families in as many ways as possible. Whistlestop Active Aging Center in San Rafael donates their entire building for this one-day event and on Saturday, January 17th 2015, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Whistlestop (normally a place for the elderly residents of Marin) is transformed into a service center for needy families. For more information on services provided by Whistlestop, please visit: or call (415) 456-9062. This large-scale outreach has already begun at MCoM in Corte Madera and Whole Foods Markets in Mill Valley, San Rafael and Novato stores with a One Warm Coat drive. The coats collected will be given out the day of the UNIFY event along with donated books and 100 free bags of groceries, also donated by Whole Foods markets.
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Announcing Medical Center of Marin?s Second Community Outreach Event?UNIFY?Featuring Affordable Care Act Certified Enrollment Counselors and Complimentary Flu Shots
One of my clients returned from a holiday family visit last year exuberant. "Suddenly I was able to see my mom as a person who has lived a very lonely and fear-based life," she said. "I could see past her critical words to the person underneath and realized she doesn't know how to love herself, let alone someone else." Instead of getting angry, she found compassion for her mom, which was a big step toward healing their relationship. 3. Practice appreciation It is all too easy to let ourselves get focused on all the things that aren't going right or the ways in which our relationships are not what we want them to be. This attention to the negative can only create more negativity and bad feelings. Remember -- whatever we look for we will find, and the more we look for it, the more of it we will discover.
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The heart and inspiration of this organization is Angie Levy, a young cancer patient who succumbed to her disease after a decade-long battle. In those years, her friends said she never stopped living. "She was managing her doctor's appointments, she was organizing her pills, she was updating family members. She was dating, she was working, she was going to school and she was incredibly stressed," said Joanna Klein, co-founder of the foundation. Spa getaways were Levy's escape, and she soon realized how she could help other cancer patients get through some of the darkest days.
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3 ways to emotionally survive family holidays - CNN.com
The protocol has been used by a Garden Acupuncture practitioner for a 100 pound weight loss success story. Co- Authored by our very own Alexander Goldberg He taught me so much about my body, diet and TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) it blew my mind! -Brooke D. Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2014 Garden Acupuncture in Park Slope, Brooklyn is offering 20% off their specialized weight loss program through the end of January. The protocol includes: -36 Acupuncture Treatments
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Komodo Dragon exhibit re-opened at the San Antonio Zoo - San Antonio Express-News
On the eve of battle, Byamba and Marco have a bromantic heart-to-heart and Jingim hangs with his soldiers like in Shakespeares Henry V. The former are accepting that they are officially friends who respect each other and the latter might finally be connecting to his Mongolian heritage. After hearing that Kublai Khan has a fancy kind of catapult, Jia Sidao orders his archers to open fire on the camp. The only problem is that the arrows fall short of where Kublai Khan has set up his trebuchets. Now is the moment of truth: will Marcos big ass, fancy slingshots even work? Nope.
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Photo By JERRY LARA/San Antonio Express-News Curator of Reptiles and Aquatics Craig Pelke holds Phoenix, a Komodo dragon pup, at the San Antonio Zoo, Thursday, April 10, 2014. The pup was born early this month and is the offspring of Scatha, a female dragon that died on December 16 due to smoke inhalation from a fire in the zoo's reptile house. Photo By JERRY LARA/San Antonio Express-News Curator of Reptiles and Aquatics Craig Pelke holds Phoenix, a Komodo dragon pup, at the San Antonio Zoo, Thursday, April 10, 2014. The pup was born early this month and is the offspring of Scatha, a female dragon that died on December 16 due to smoke inhalation from a fire in the zoo's reptile house. Craig Pelke, curator of reptiles, amphibians and aquatics at the San Antonio Zoo, holds Phoenix, who was born just last week.
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