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The political equation required to solve the problem wasn’t to be found on a dusty shelf and needed imagination. Her training include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Neuro-Emotional Technique(NET), Somatic Archaeology, Qigong Energy work, Essential Oils Therapy, and Thought Field Therapy. Language like this highlights the joint effort in the relationship. Dissertation Abstracts International 41(9), 3565-B 2566-B The Fielding Institute, 126 pp.

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