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by Bill Moyers
Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 1993

In this episode from the ‘Healing and the Mind' series, Bill Moyers meets two therapists who use Eastern meditation and Western group psychotherapy to heal their patients - and not drugs or surgery.

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by Bill Moyers
Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 1993

Bill Moyers travels to China to explore the curious world of Chinese medicine.

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by Kathy Sykes
Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2013

This is a BBC documentary about acupuncture, an ancient Chinese therapy.

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by Anthony Robbins
Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2002

Where were you on September 11, 2001? When you first heard the news of the devastating attack on the World Trade Center, what did you think, feel, and do?

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Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2012

Ayurveda continues to grow rapidly as one of the most important systems of mind-body medicine and natural healing, as a spiritual approach to life becomes ever more important in this ecological age.

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Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2002

Bulimia is on the rise, both nationally and internationally. Yet it is often portrayed in the media almost as a joke, as a kind of "extreme" dieting practiced by models, socialites, and others obsessed with their appearance.

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by Stephen Smith
Available on:
Online Audio (Free)
Year Released:
 1999

Is it fair to the child to be born into a family where one or both parents has a serious illness?

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Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2013

From Neuroscience to Shamanic Healing and everything in between. This documentary film concisely illuminates the emerging interdisciplinary field of Psychedelic Studies in a way that is accessible, informative and inspiring.

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Available on:
Online Video (Free)
Year Released:
 2011

Healing Homes, a feature-length documentary film directed by Daniel Mackler, chronicles the work of the Family Care Foundation in Gothenburg, Sweden — a program which, in this era of multi-drug cocktails and psychiatric diagnoses-for-life, helps people recover from psychosis without medication.

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