College of Marin: Peaceful Warrior Woman: Protector of Your Body and Boundaries

After closing my clinical practice in mind-body medicine where I trained hundreds of people living with chronic medical conditions to develop self-empowerment, self-efficacy, and optimization of biomechanics, I taught many of those same methods to a class I taught at College of Marin in Kentfield, California from January 2015 to March 2020.

I am now teaching a new and very unique women’s self-defense class at College of Marin in Community Education. It is  described here: Peaceful Warrior Woman: Protector of Your Body and Boundaries.

Table of Contents of this Website

All of my mind-body medicine work can be found in my first book, In Your own Hands…. My second book, Doctor’s Partner: The Self-Empowered Patient, is about how to collaborate with doctors, nurses, technicians, and the medical system.

For an in-depth description of my upcoming new class, please use this link: Peaceful Warrior Woman: Protector of Your Body and Boundaries.

For information on my backgrounds in mind-body medicine and the martial arts, use this link.

Over the years many people at my presentations and classes have asked some really great questions. For those questions and my answers please see the Q&A section.

Use this link for a series of very informative and inspiring interviews with Dr. Erik Peper (world-famous mind-body medicine expert) or this link for a series of interviews with an empowered patient living with the horrific disease, Huntington’s.

There have been over forty video interviews of me describing the power of the mind to effect physiological improvements. Use this link for my video library.

There have also been many audio interviews of me over the years. Use this link for my audio library.

For a print article about my work use this link.

For my 26 published articles use this link.

For videos of my presentations to live audiences use this link.

To access the many topics that appear in my second book explore my Empowered Patient page.

My blog has over 600 brief posts – you can explore them all here.

There is also considerable information on this website covering the topics of mindfulness, self-compassion, the power of intention, the power of beliefs, suggested mind-body practices, how to live better with chronic medical conditions, your endogenous pharmacy, medical resources, and the importance of getting correctly diagnosed. Please use the “Resources” button in the main menu of this site. I also have a resources page with links. These are resources I have either had, or currently have, direct experience with.

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