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Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine

Integrated Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies
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Emotional trauma can upset the harmony of the body and reduce the body's ability to heal and regulate itself. Once the traumas are identified and treated, the body will function at an optimum level and will respond to treatments for other conditions present.

This book integrates the multi-diagnostic and treatment methods existing in Chinese medicine, and contains diagnostics such as facial, pulse, tongue, and channel palpation diagnosis. Treatments include acupuncture, Chinese herbal formulas, qigong, shamanic drumming, and lifestyle and nutritional recommendations. Many types of emotional traumas and their manifestations are presented, including fear, anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, depression, mood swings, insomnia and sensory organ impairment. How to prevent future emotional trauma will be discussed, and case studies are included to show the application of theory in practice.
  • Published: Nov 21 2017
  • Pages: 392
  • 260 x 187mm
  • ISBN: 9781848193185
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Press Reviews

  • Nigel Ching, author of The Fundamentals of Acupuncture and The Art and Practice of Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine

    Holman combines solid theory with practical hands-on approaches to the treatment of trauma. This very readable, yet also erudite text will be a welcome addition to any acupuncturist's bookshelf.
  • Lorie Eve Dechar, author of Five Spirits: Alchemical Acupuncture for Psychological and Spiritual Healing

    This eminently optimistic book offers a wealth of information that is both practical and inspiring.
  • Sabine Wilms, PhD.,

    This book represents a wonderful balance between solid traditional Chinese medicine and CT's own personal take on an important subject with immense clinical potential.
  • Jason Robertson, L.Ac., Seattle, USA

    This text represents a significant step in the treatment of trauma as it adds much needed precision to diagnosis with well-described methodology. It takes aspects of channel palpation and diagnosis into new frontiers while providing an excellent example of how Chinese medicine can evolve in the face of the new challenges.