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Lewis Mehl-Madrona graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine and completed residencies in family medicine and in psychiatry at the University of Vermont. He is the author of Coyote Medicine, Coyote Healing, Coyote Wisdom, and Narrative Medicine.

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Tuesday, April 27, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Using Creation Stories In Healing (1170 views) Creation stories are important, because the final story about how you or I got well must be compatible with the story about how we got sick, or the treatment will never work. In my studies of remarkable healings, I found that every person had a plausible story (to them) for how their illness occurred and how they got well
Thursday, April 22, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing Learning from Native North America for Health Care (1904 views) The traditional healing of North America is slowly findings its way into conventional clinical settings. Not everyone (Native and non-Native) agree with its entry there. Some people believe that traditional healing should be restricted to Native people and kept away from Non-Natives. Others believe it should be openly shared with all. Even knowing what is a traditional healer is a debated question. Some people call themse
Friday, April 16, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing Psychology and Health Care Reform (4364 views) A lunch meeting with Dr. Martin Johnson, a Honolulu psychologist, taught me much about how mental health coverage will change under health care reform. Insurance companies will have to provide mental health coverage on par with their coverage of medical conditions. But, who will be credentialed to provide these services? remains a question. Credentialing could limit access to services by limiting the numbers of providers.
Friday, April 9, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing Crossroads (1414 views) This weekend I attended a conference called Crossroads in Topanga Canyon, California. We met together to think about bringing healing circles and talking circles to ever corner and intersection in America. We experienced a healing circle together, which inspired us to think more about what it would mean for health care if all of us to belonged to one. Health care costs will only soar unless people begin to take ca
Monday, March 29, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing Integrative Mental Health and Health Care Reform (3714 views) A recent conference in Arizona on Integrative Mental Health highlighted how poorly our current mental health care system is working. The conference was full of passion for changing our system and for incorporating nutrition, exercise, yoga, and psychotherapy into our work to improve effectiveness. More time with people is necessary and health care reform needs to reimburse that time. Indigenous mental health ideas show us...
Sunday, March 21, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Insurance Should Pay For Healing, Not Treating (1141 views) Numerous studies have shown that 80% of primary care visits to health care practitioners involve the ordinary suffering of daily life and not diseases that need treatment, yet we throw pills and potions at these woes as if that is their solution.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 (1 comments) SHARE More Sharing Health Care and Alternative Health in France (2032 views) I recently had the opportunity to speak at a conference in Paris, France. The conference was about what we call CAM, or Complementary and Alternative Medicine, in the United States, and particularly about the basis for some CAM practices in advanced physics. I had a chance to get an idea about the French health care system as well as check out new research on homeopathy
Friday, March 5, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Tapping Creation Stories For Healing and Energy (1297 views) Creation stories are ubiquitous in life. Our families tell us stories of our birth. Cultures also tell stories about their own creation, and people tell stories about how they got sick and how they got well. The story about how an illness arose is particularly powerful and has multiple versions. People's own stories about how they got sick may or may not parallel the official medical story...
Thursday, March 4, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Short Sighted Health Insurer Policies Which Refuse to Pay for Healing & Preventive Services Hurt Patients, Cost Fortune (1252 views) I don't know anyone who is happy with their health insurance... I'd like to weigh in on what people don't get with today's health insurance, because I know what I don't get paid by insurance to do.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Drug Abuse Prevention; Why do the American media avoid discussing research findings? (23790 views) It is known that programs like Vancouver's Insite reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and of hepatitis C and reduce drug overdose. No evidence exists to support its spreading drug abuse.
Monday, February 15, 2010 SHARE More Sharing Treatment Programs -" Do they work? (1433 views) we consider the question of treatment -" does it work? Treatment is a billion dollar industry in America. So many people go for treatment and so many experts purport to tell people how to reform. The question -" does it work? Does treatment actually help anyone?
Thursday, February 11, 2010 SHARE More Sharing The Miracle of Peacefulness (1766 views) Unfortunately, miracles cannot be guaranteed or produced on demand. What is more certain is our ability to cultivate a sense of peacefulness and meaning even in the face of illness. This is miraculous in itself given today's world and medical culture. So many people sit namelessly, faceless and alone on nursing home floors, passing the time before death.

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