Ben Miller is our editor and a former student of psychoanalysis. When he was in grad school and even when he helped start Healers Magazine he believed that psychiatry was to be avoided at all costs. Now he thinks that things are not so black and white and has even begun psychiatric treatment himself.
Sally Hutchison is a practitioner of sound healing who uses tuning forks to locate and treat disturbances in the biomagnetic field of her patients. She says that in addition to freeing oneself of energetic blockages receiving a “sonic massage” allows one to harmonize with the planet’s electromagnetic frequency.
J. Doe is a pseudonym for anonymous contributions to Healers Magazine. The following is the second installation in the five-part memoirs of a brave woman faced with bipolar depression. Click here to read part one or click here to read part three. What happened after Joe found me isn’t a blur, it’s a void. He […]
Natalia Maximets is a psych blogger. Her piece describes the dark side of psychiatry or rather the pharmaceutical companies that fuel it. She argues that such businesses put profits before people and that consuming their products is often dangerous. She also notes that psychiatrists don’t cure mental disorders.
J. Doe is a pseudonym for anonymous contributions to Sacred Spaces. The first entry to Sacred Spaces by J. Doe is the first installation from the memoirs of a brave woman faced with bipolar depression.
The second issue of Healers Magazine was originally supposed to come out in December, a month after Issue 1 (Beyond Binaries: Healing without Borders). Unfortunately, after the first issue was released our team of three became a team of one. On my own I could have probably handled it, getting Issue 2 out on time. […]
Therapist and EMDR practitioner Lesley Goth explains how stress can negatively impact our physical and spiritual well-being in addition to our mental health.
Here Eric Large discusses indigenous practices like grounding, mindful breathing, smudging, singing, and drumming which he says can counter the effects of colonialism, reestablish neural connections, and contribute to well-being.