Emotion-based Medicine provides detailed results of a survey designed for practitioners
of emotion-based medicine. The survey included all known American emotion-based
medical providers practicing at the time of the survey, and one international practitioner.
Thirty practitioners participated in the survey about their own emotion-based medicine
work. The report gives insight about how these mainstream-trained physicians learned
about emotion-based medicine, and how they came to accept the concept.
The research and survey results reported in Emotion-based Medicine support the need
to provide education for all physicians about the role of unconscious emotions in
the etiology and treatment of pain and illness. The book also describes the types
of psychology programs that need to be developed to support the emotion-based medical
providers and their patients.
12 years of research about emotion-based medicine
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Emotion-based Medicine: The Unconscious Causes of Pain and Illness