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By Mark D. Seem, PhD, LAc
Many people in the West assume that disruptions of the body are the exclusive domain of medical intervention and that disruptions of the mind are to be addressed primarily by psychological inquiry. This work is a discussion of the integration of the principles of traditional Chinese medicine and psychosomatics. It explains a dynamic model of health that incorporates the connection of body and mind. This model is made practical by reference to patient assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.