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There's Always Help; There's Always Hope by Eve Wood, M.D.
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There's Always Help; There's Always Hope by Eve Wood, M.D.
May 01, 2006 | ISBN 9781401933203

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“Eve Wood’s book is an excellent resource to assist on your journey tohealing. Don’t struggle unnecessarily and lose your way. Read the wisdomcontained here and find the way to your desired destination.”
—Bernie S. Siegel, M.D., the author of Love, Medicine & Miracles and Prescriptions for Living

“This book is awesome—a wonderful addition to this world. It offerswelcome relief, hope and healing to all who suffer from ADD, depression,anxiety, addictive illness or even general malaise.”
—Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., instructor, Harvard Medical School; author of Driven to Distraction and Human Moments

“Eve Wood is one of those much-needed voices building the long-awaitedbridge between psychology and the realm of the sacred. . . .This is animportant book that should not be missed.”
—Rabbi Marc Gafni, the author of The Mystery of Love and Soul Prints

“This is a heartfelt book by a clinician of uncommon skill and empathy. Itis a unique combination of deep caring born of the desire to relievesuffering and of practical advice. It expresses how care-giving in this age of modern medicine can still attend to the complete human being in all his glorious aspects.”
—Gregory Fricchione, M.D., associate professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

“You only get wisdom this good from your grandmother at the kitchen table.Dr. Wood offers us a road map for our own psycho-spiritual evolution.”
—Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, the Emanu-El scholar, Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco; the author of Invisible Lines of Connection

“This is a book with a real soul…I would recommend this sensitiverendering of a psychiatrist’s work to all stakeholders in mental health,including students, patients, family members and healers.”
—Edward F. Foulks, M.D., Ph.D., Sellars-Polchow professor of psychiatry and associate dean for Graduate Medical Education, Tulane University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

“This book is a must, not only for patients, but for all of us who care forothers as well as ourselves. I definitely recommend this book not only topracticing physicians and healthcare providers, but also to medicalstudents and residents as essential to their training as physicians.”
—Christina M. Puchalski, M.D., FACP, associate professor of medicine, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Services; director, The George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health

“Eve Wood helps us understand how the journey from wounded to healingmust integrate all elements of one’s physical, emotional and spiritual life.Although many believe that these diverse elements must all be integratedfor true health, Wood describes a model that is unique in its clarity.”
—Daniel Gottlieb, Ph.D., columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirerand radio host of Voices in the Family

“This is a sensitive, tender, compassionate book by an author who hasaccompanied many on their healing journeys. Easy and quick reading,this book shows how the mind, the body and the spirit require healingin all of us, and especially in those struggling with emotional or addic-tive illness.”
—Harold G. Koenig, M.D.,Director of the Duke University Center for Spirituality, Theology, and Health and author of The Healing Power of Faith and Spirituality in Patient Care

“In a time when psychiatry in some circles seems entirely focused on thebiological model, Dr. Eve Wood brings a refreshing recovery of the art ofhealing through an attentive and compassionate presence within thecontext of the physician-patient relationship.”
—Stephen G. Post, Ph.D.,President, The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love and the authorof Unlimited Love: Altruism, Compassion, and Service

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