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Yoga in the emergency room at the Eaubonne Hospital or hypnosis and auriculotherapy at the Pain Assessment and Management Center, Bicetre University Hospital in Paris, or developing integrative medicine at the Royal London Hospital, or in the Department of Medical Oncology in Haïfa, Israel...

In this section, we will develop food for thought on integrative therapies using various   psychotherapeutic approaches: several texts on clinical pratice, a perspective of various pratices, and research, should support reflections on various themes...

By Isabelle CELESTIN-LHOPITEAU

Translated from French by frederic Delacour

 

-  Director of IFPPC, the French institute for Mind-Body Practices (www.ifppc.eu).

- Head of the University Diploma in Mind-Body Practices and Integrative Health Studies, Paris Sud University and Réunion University...

 Ayurvedic perspectives in the integrative reflection

Isabelle CELESTIN-LHOPITEAU

 

Fear arises from the selfish idea consisting of cutting off from the universe.

Swami Vivekananda

Ayurvedic practices and hypnosis provide an interesting perspective in how we approach healthcare...

Setting up a working group for the creation of a directory of health professionals with mind-body practice expertise.

 

By Isabelle Celestin-Lhopiteau, Pascale Wanquet-Thibault

Coordinators of the IFPPC working group 'Directory of health professionals with Mind-Body Practice expertise'...

Passing from the notion of integrative medicine to integrative health is clearly a new way in the therapeutic field. This perpective is part of everyone's daily life, urging us to give a new significance to our health...                         

The World Health Organization (WHO), defines a 'chronic disease' as a 'disease of long duration that evolves with time'. Cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma, or fibromyalgia …

I. Celestin-Lhopiteau*

 

'Meditation is not oriental. It is about transforming one's mind, that is to say the way we experience the world, from morning till night.'

Learning how to meditate, how to fully be with oneself and with the world, in the present moment.

 Ayurvedic perspectives in the integrative reflection

Isabelle CELESTIN-LHOPITEAU

 

Fear arises from the selfish idea consisting of cutting off from the universe.

Swami Vivekananda

Ayurvedic practices and hypnosis provide an interesting perspective in how we approach healthcare...

Be the change you want to see in the world

 Gandhi

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