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Surviving Psychiatry: A User’s Manual


  Surviving Psychiatry   A User’s Manual    Anne C. Woodlen    The great jazz bassist Ron Carter once described good jazz as a delicate balance of the predictable and the unpredictable.  Too predictable and it bores the listener, too … Continue reading

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When Open-Minded Doctor is not an Oxymoron (Part II)


            Stephen Wechsler, doctor of chiropractic, is on a similar but slightly divergent path: he is querying the past for solutions to the present.  He does not think about things; he experiences things:  Rolfing, reiki, whatever.  Do it to me, … Continue reading

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