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EEG Neurotheraphy In The Treatment Of Alcoholism And Addictions: Brief Overview

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The late Dale Patterson Mr. Patterson was the Clinical/Executive Director of the Biofeedback & Alternative Medicine Centers, Inc. with New Jersey offices in Williamstown and Cherry Hill. He was certified by four national boards and had over 23 years (more...)
 
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