"Western therapies fail to appreciate the breadth and depth of addiction. This must
change for the benefit of culture generally, for the benefit of all of us who are addicted,
and not just for the remediation of substance abuse.
Western therapies have not identified whom they serve, whether it’s the corporate, state,
and healthcare institutions, or the individual, family, and culture. Traditional healing
unequivocally serves the individual, family, and culture. We should too."
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|Further references to research can be found at:|
|EEGInfo's Research page, click here.|
|The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, click here.|