The Resource Integrating complementary health procedures into practice, Carolyn Chambers Clark

Integrating complementary health procedures into practice, Carolyn Chambers Clark

Label
Integrating complementary health procedures into practice
Title
Integrating complementary health procedures into practice
Statement of responsibility
Carolyn Chambers Clark
Title variation
Integrating complementary procedures into practice
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This practical guide can be used by professionals who want to enhance their services or understand what other health practices their patients may be doing on their own."--BOOK JACKET. "The first half provides strategies for making a blend of traditional and non-traditional practices work - such as how to overcome client resistance, utilize research to corroborate alternative therapies, understand insurance and reimbursement considerations, and implement marketing strategies."--BOOK JACKET. "The second half outlines actual therapies that can be used, chosen by the author from personal experience as those most likely to complement traditional practice. For nurses, physicians, mental health practitioners, and other health care professionals."--BOOK JACKET
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Dewey number
  • 615.5
  • 615.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • R733
  • R733
LC item number
  • .C5 2000
  • .I575 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Integrating complementary health procedures into practice, Carolyn Chambers Clark
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Pt. I. General Principles. 1. Reasons for Integrating Complementary Health Procedures into Practice. 2. Overcoming Resistance to Complementary Procedures. 3. Scientific Support for Complementary Procedures. 4. The Practitioner-Client Relationship. 5. Guidelines for Choosing the Right Therapy. 6. Evaluating Results. 7. Strengths, Costs and Insurance Coverage. 8. Marketing a Complementary Practice -- Pt. II. How to Integrate Selected Complementary Therapies. 9. Nutrition and Supplements. 10. Herbs. 11. Aromatherapy. 12. Ayurveda. 13. Chinese Health and Healing. 14. Feng Shui. 15. Affirmations. 16. Assertiveness Skills. 17. Breathing. 18. Coping Skills Training. 19. Exercise/Movement. 20. Guided Imagery. 21. Hypnosis. 22. Meditation. 23. Relaxation Therapy. 24. Refuting Irrational Ideas. 25. Touch Therapies. 26. Art Production and Ritual. 27. Journal Writing. 28. Sound/Music Therapy -- App. Training Programs, Educational Resources, and Organizations
Control code
000020025854
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 286 p.
Isbn
9780826112880
Lccn
99028875
Other physical details
ill.
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.b19310237
System control number
  • 20025854mb
  • (OCoLC)41231474

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