BOOK - The author, Tad Wanveer, is also the illustrator of this book. He uses an abundance of images along with words to convey the essential interworking of neurons, glia, vasculature, and the craniosacral system (CSS). Glial cell function was once thought to primarily provide the central nervous system (CNS) with structural support.
BOOK - CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system — comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.
BOOK - The Song is a book that goes beyond theorizing about grief. It deals with steps that help to support and comfort someone immediately after a loved one dies, as well as providing guidance through the months and years that follow. The book offers a different perception of grief and of what the death of a loved one can bring into your life. In spite of the immense pain of the loss, the transformational power of grief can take one beyond what one could imagine.
BOOK - Lee Nugan, author of The Song, has written a children’s book on grief titled: Gee Bear and the Journey through Sadness. Lee Nugan, a psychotherapist for over 30 years, wrote the book after working with many children and adults through the grieving process.
BOOK - A Life That Matters is a fascinating and profoundly moving new book by a surgeon who has devoted his life to helping the world's most unfortunate children grow up with faces that allow them to know they are part of the human community-assured that they are ordinary in the very best way and fully capable of being loved.
BOOK - The book and accompanying DVD provide, for the first time, an explanatory introduction and explanation of these theories and link them to the visual evidence shown in the video on the DVD.This material will be highly valued by osteopaths, massage therapists, chiropractors and others as it provides part of the scientific underpinning of their techniques, as well as an explanation of what is happening when they use those techniques to treat their clients. So Guimberteau's material confirms what manual therapists already believed but didn't fully understand. He has provided an explanation of how fascial layers slide over each other and how adjacent structures can move independently in different directions and at different speeds while maintaining the stability of the surrounding tissues.
BOOK - Beyond a Charmed Life, A Mother’s Unconditional Love is an inspirational memoir about a mother’s love for her special needs son with heartfelt stories and a triumphant spirit of overcoming insurmountable challenges. From caretaker to advocate role, author Barbara Huntress Tresness wants to share “you are not alone and hope does exist”. This is a story of tenacity, triumph and a spiritual awakening to the universal forces that help mother and child have an unbroken bond that transcends everything.
BOOK - Everyone Communicates, Learn How to Talk to Me! The guidebook to communicating and socializing with nonverbal and limited communicators is for parents, educators, therapists or anyone needing guidance in communicating with a child, grandparent, parent, student with limited communication skills or traumatic brain injury/stroke impacted individual. Reader praise includes “I LOVED the book! It is so clear, inviting and engaging."
BOOK - A compilation of 25 Zero Balancing (ZB) case studies by certified practitioners of the modality, this new book is a must-read for all interested in this extraordinary therapy. Intended for healthcare professionals, as well as clients and others interested in this work, these case stories provide true testament to the potential of ZB.