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Judith Acosta is a licensed psychotherapist, author, and speaker. She is also a classical homeopath based in New Mexico.
She is the author of The Next Osama (2010), co-author of The Worst is Over (2002), the newly released Verbal First Aid (Penguin, 2010) and the author of numerous articles on mental health and cultural issues. She specializes in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, and grief, working with people all over the country.
She has her practice in New Mexico with her canine therapeutic assistants. She has worked with trauma, anxiety and fear in patients for twenty five years. She has watched it, felt it, wrote about it, and helped heal people from it. As a result, she has learned a few things about fear, particularly that growing epidemic she calls VIRAL FEAR.
SHARE Thursday, December 14, 2006 The New Language of Medicine
The principles of Verbal First Aid can help heal and save lives. Learn what to say when you need words the most.
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Do you listen to that small inner voice that tells you to turn right or turn left or stop and wait? Do you even hear it? This article teaches you how to be your own best mentor.