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Transforming Depression : The Heartmath Solution to Feeling Overwhelmed, Sad, and Stressed
Children, Doc
New Harbinger / Softcover / 2007-09-01 / 1572244917
Depression & Manic Depression
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The latest in the Institute of HeartMath's successful series of self-help books shows readers how to use HeartMath to overcome sadness and depression associated with stress and being overwhelmed. The effectiveness of these powerful techniques for busy people has been documented by Institute researchers for 15 years. Dr. Lawlis, psychologist and advisor to the Dr. Phil Show, writes the foreword.

About the Authors:

Doc Childre (Santa Cruz) is the founder and chair of the scientific advisory board of the Institute of HeartMath.

Deborah Rozman, PhD, (Santa Cruz) a psychologist with 30 years of experience, is president and co-CEO of Quantum Intech.

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