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Q&A (held Apr. 25) with Dr. William Collinge, PhD - A Specialist in Complementary Self-Help and Healing Therapies for ME/CFS and FM

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www.ProHealth.com • April 30, 2008


The text of this special Q&A is featured in the April 30 issue of ProHealth's FM HealthWatch Newsletter.

Dr. William Collinge, PhD, is a behavioral medicine practitioner and leading researcher in complementary therapies for FM and ME/CFS since his early work with patients of Dr. Daniel Peterson. In this Q&A, William shares his research-tested advice and compassionate insights on topics ranging from depression, social isolation, and family support to sleep, cycle & flair management, healing touch, and deep relaxation techniques. He also offers links to helpful writings providing research-based insights into the mental and spiritual dimensions of surviving these debilitating diseases (the mind-body connection).




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