How about Energy Psychology? Exploring the science of an emerging paradigm.

This is the 4th installment in the “Transformational Pathways: Integrating mind body approaches to thriving not just surviving”  podcast series with Michael Ostrolenk and Doctor Craig Weiner of ChiroZone.net.  Today they explore the world of energy psychology – a subset of energy medicine – a variety of healing modalities including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), & TFT (Thought Field Therapy). In addition to giving a historical overview of this field, Dr. Weiner provides resources for further exploration, including eftuniverse.com and tapyourpower.net.

The choreography of holistic thinking and right brain aerobics

Are you neglecting your right brain? Modern society generally financially rewards left brain analytical thinking over right brain creativity. But Dr. Craig Weiner sees a “rightward turn” coming as the 21st century workplace is demanding more creative and outside-the-box thinking in synthesis with the left brain’s linear and logical skill set. In Part 3 of “Transformational Pathways: Integrating mind body approaches to thriving not just surviving” Michael and Dr. Craig Weiner discuss how you can achieve a more “right brain activated state” with right brain aerobics and the improvements this change can make in your health, career, and personal life.

To Diagnose or Not Diagnose: the implications are critical

Dr. Craig Weiner is back with Michael for the second podcast in the  series,“Transformational Pathways: Integrating mind body approaches to thriving not just surviving.  In this episode they examine the pros and cons of today’s paradigm of diagnosis, its health ramifications for patients, and how this art and science can be advanced through a more holistic approach instead of simply a practice in “following the algorithm” to decide which drug to prescribe.   Learn more about Dr. Weiner and his practice at http://www.ChiroZone.net/Click here to hear Part 1 of this conversation.

Seeing Patients as Whole People

Dr. Craig Weiner – currently in Chiropractic practice in Washington state, has practiced a wide variety of healing arts with a common goal – empowering individuals to heal themselves. This podcast examines a critical step in accomplishing this: seeing the patient as a whole, not just a symptom or diseases; Dr. Weiner answers the question, “What does it mean to treat the mind, body, and spirit.” This interview with Michael Ostrolenk is the first in a series titled, “Transformational Pathways: Integrating mind body approaches to thriving not just surviving. Learn more about Dr. Weiner and his practice at http://www.ChiroZone.net/.