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Integrative Medicine Pioneer To Host Free Groundbreaking Web Series on a Natural Approach for Treating Depression
Date:10/30/2008

read this book."
-Mark Hyman, MD, New York Times best selling author of UltraMetabolism

"In this extraordinary book, Dr. James S. Gordon, a pioneer in integrative medicine, offers practical ways to climb out of the dark psychological dungeon of depression. Both therapist and patient will benefit hugely from reading this book."
-Deepak Chopra, author of Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore

"Unstuck is truly remarkable. Dr. James S. Gordon has taken forty years of experience in psychiatry and distilled it down into one brilliant book that can help people suffering from depression or ordinary unhappiness and confusion. In this warm, practical and user-friendly book, Dr. Gordon takes great care to remind us how much power we have to change our own lives."
-Dean Ornish, MD, author of The Spectrum

"Using an integrative perspective and drawing on traditional wisdom, psychiatrist James Gordon guides you through a whole-person journey out of depression that addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of the problem, not just a possible chemical imbalance in the brain. I heartily recommend this book to anyone who feels stuck."
-Andrew Weil, MD, Author of Healthy Aging and 8 Weeks to Optimum Health

"A Natural Approach for Treating Depression" Series Site

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