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Judith Acosta, LISW, CHT is a licensed psychotherapist and clinical homeopath in private practice in Placitas and Albuquerque. Her areas of specialization include the treatment of anxiety, depression, and trauma. She has appeared on both television and radio and is a regular lecturer throughout the U.S. She is the author of The Next Osama and co-author of the books, Verbal First Aid and The Worst Is Over, which has been dubbed the "bible of crisis communication."

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Monday, March 21, 2011 SHARE More Sharing Clingy Children: Signals for Verbal First Aid (2763 views) Our ability to deal with fear as children is the foundation for the way we deal with fear as adults--both for ourselves and with our kids. Most of us were not raised with these ideas and some of them may feel awkward or even seem unnecessary, especially if we ourselves were dismissed when we were afraid or hurt.
Saturday, March 12, 2011 SHARE More Sharing Brains, Babies, and Verbal First Aid (1302 views) When we have rapport and learn the basics of Verbal First Aid, we can take our children from crisis to calm, from pain to comfort. Our relationship with them and the words we use can lead them to a healing response not only in the moment but in the fullness of their entire lives.
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Thursday, February 10, 2011 SHARE More Sharing An Alternative to Big Pharm: A Mental Health Journey With Classical Homeopathy (2347 views) The following is a journey through several psychotherapy cases, how they may be seen in a homeopathic framework, and how healing can be enjoyed in a relatively brief period of time.
Friday, October 1, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Beyond Biofeedback: How Words Can Help Children Heal (2029 views) Children learn who they are in the world via an organic form of biofeedback. Everything we say and do communicates and that communication is received by them not only cognitively but, perhaps more importantly, physiologically and genetically.
Sunday, August 1, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing The Inevitability of Healing: Verbal First Aidâ„¢ for Recovery from Surgery and Illness (2084 views) What this means is that the images we hold in our minds, the beliefs we store in the deepest part of ourselves impact the way we heal in an immediate and palpable manner, not only on how we feel emotionally, but on how our cells behave, whether they adapt and grow or become inflexible and decay.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010 SHARE More Sharing The Vibration That Heals: From Verbal First Aid to the Power of Pure Music (1138 views) The research is being conducted and the evidence is growing rapidly. Sound--not only moves us emotionally, but affects us at a profound, preconscious, cellular level.
Thursday, February 11, 2010 SHARE More Sharing The Right to Expect? (1096 views) It is, or so we believed, our natural birthright. Birds did it. Bees did it. We did it. Just like that. In fact, most of the women visiting fertility specialists right now were afraid of getting pregnant and, for years, juggled IUD's, diaphragms, condoms, and pills to protect themselves from what they felt would be inevitable if they didn't cover themselves with creams and impermeable membranes.
Wednesday, December 2, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Leaving the Wilderness Alive: How to Survive The Worst When All You've Got is You. (1481 views) Mental survival-regardless of where a person is, whether that's in the extremes of battle or a backpacking expedition-is often a matter of recalling or being made aware of the resources one already has--particularly words. What we think, we become. Literally.
Thursday, November 26, 2009 SHARE More Sharing The Gift of Receiving--A Pre-Season Guide To Staying Stress Free (986 views) Every year at around this time, the advertising starts to remind us that the holidays are closing in. For some, that is a delight. To others, it is a cause for panic.
Friday, November 13, 2009 SHARE More Sharing PRIMUN NON NOCERE: First Do No Harm (1840 views) Primun non nocere. This is still the sacred promise of every medical school graduate across the country as he or she accepts the diploma, the title and the rank of healer in our culture. It is the core of the Hippocratic Oath. However, in a world of unreasonable speed, in which new discoveries and new pharmaceuticals are being produced in measures of seconds, not years, it may be more than doctors can promise us anymore.
Friday, November 6, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Holistic Psychotherapy and Hypnosis: The Myth and The Magic (1068 views) Hypnosis and holistic psychotherapy is a far more natural and almost "ordinary" process than we think. In fact, there isn't a day that most of us are not in some kind of trance.
Monday, October 19, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Words Are Medicine: Raising a Self-Healing Child (1870 views) When you use Verbal First Aid with your children, they are learning by your example to use it for themselves. The healing you facilitate in them by the words you use when they are hurt becomes a self-replenishing well of mental, emotional and physical resources they can draw upon for a lifetime.
Saturday, October 3, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Verbal First Aid(tm) for Survival. (1695 views) What Verbal First Aid(tm) proposes is that words can mean the difference between life and death. Based on the simple notion that the words we say (to ourselves and to one another) do matter, that they affect us both physically and mentally, there are ways to speak that make those words healing, no matter what the situation.
Sunday, September 27, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Holistic Psychotherapy and Trauma Treatment (1565 views) What happens in trauma? Why do memories persist the way they do? What options do people have for successful recovery? This article offers a brief overview.

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