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Back by popular demand, Dorothy A. Martin-Neville.
In this fascinating interview, we explore the emotional and spiritual components to healing on all levels including the physical. Our guest Dr. Dorothy A. Martin-Neville a licensed psychotherapist and longtime developer of creating a cultural shift to include the heart and soul in wellness, and patient-and-practitioner-focused health-care culture invites us to enter this multidimensional view of healing for patients. Dr. Dorothy shares
• What the emotional element of healing needs,
• How to get your whole ‘being’ body-mind-soul to work together,
• Ways to forgive your body and your self for the current state,
• How to talk to your various parts to create lasting healing,
Plus much more…
Our guest Dorothy A. Martin-Neville, PhD supports Women Executives through Leadership Coaching in getting out of their own way while recognizing and living their purpose as well as creating a culture of Purpose within their organizations and it the author of multiple books, in this interview we share from her book, “When Your Soul Sings, Your Body Dances.”
In the world of medicine, Dorothy, certified in 9 modalities of integrative health care, founded The Institute of Healing Arts and Sciences, establishing a pioneer 4-year program in energy medicine and personal transformation supporting medical and non-medical personnel in understanding the psycho/spiritual correlates of physical disease and disorders.
As a Clinical Instructor at the University of Connecticut Medical School, Co-Chair of the Advisory Board of a multi-million-dollar Frontier Medicine Grant, and recipient of NIH grant funding for a quantitative and qualitative pilot study on the Psycho/Spiritual Correlates of Fibromyalgia, she has spent years immersed in the work of merging allopathic and integrative health.
She is now seeking to support those in the business of medicine in creating a cultural shift to a heart, soul, and patient and practitioner-focused health-care culture. Learn more about Dr. Dorothy at www.askdrdorothy.com and listen to the show in podcast and video at www.UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/Dorothy