Project NatureConnect

Funded, Educating, Counseling and Healing With Natural Senses, Spirit and Love. Online books, personal training, courses and degree programs that improve mental-environmental wellness

How to invite the powers of Natural Systems to help our thinking make greater sense and increase our personal, social and environmental well-being.

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1. No known substitute supercedes the perfection of intact natural systems. They sustain their health because, through natural attraction balancing powers, they continually correct themselves to further support life.

2. To be part of a natural system, or any system, a thing must be in communication with the system, otherwise, uncorrected, it strays.

3. We are each naturally born as part of nature and earth's natural systems. Our senses and feelings along with the wind, hills and stars each are parts of natural systems in action.

4. When we are in contact with natural systems at least 53 natural senses register these systems in our consciousness, providing communication and mental health.

5. Each natural sensation we experience is part of the perfection of a natural system in action within and about us. The sensations of thirst and wetness exemplify this with respect to water and its flow.

6. To our loss, we live over 95 percent of our lives and thinking while excessively disconnected from natural systems and their restorative ways. For example,

A person surfboarding a wave adopts their thinking and behavior via natural sensory communications from the sun, wind, waves, motion, temperature, directions, water, hunger, sound, balance etc. Each communication attracts and registers in this individual's awareness somewhere; nature's perfection helps the surfer safely guide himself.

In comparison, the dysfunctions we suffer result from the "normal" separation of our thinking and being from natural systems and their correction powers. For example, many of us are not aware of the immedialte local weather until we hear it digested into words for us and reported on commercially slanted news broadcasts as "good" or "bad" weather.

7. Be alarmed: our thinking is our destiny.

8. Be hopeful: it only takes two hours to learn how to connect our thinking with natural systems. Thereafter, it takes 5 minutes to do it, whenever it might be helpful.

"If you slice off part of a ball, you make both the ball and the slice dysfunctional; neither will roll with the same perfection as when the ball was whole. The same holds true for our extremely nature-separated lives and the way they split our heart, mind and spirit from our "ball," our living planet, Earth.

Today, a sensory mental health tool is readily available to help us reconnect our thinking with the grace, balance and restorative powers of nature. Using Organic Psychology, the tool enables us to increase our well-being, wholeness and belonging, and help others do the same."

From The Web of Life Imperative......  
by Michael J. Cohen

"Personal transformation is best cultivated by partnering with the supreme agent of change, the Earth. Life is change, and nature is the wizard who enlivens its magic cycles."

-Philip Sutton Chard

"Nature is doing her best each moment to make us well."

- Henry David Thoreau


Researchers have demonstrated that by learning to habitually forget nature we cause many of our great personal, social and environmental disorders.

  U. S. Surgeon General
Mental Health Report, 2000:

Data developed by the massive Global Burden of Disease study conducted by the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and Harvard University, reveals that mental illness
* ranks second in the burden of disease in established market economies such as the United States.
A point source that causes mental illness disorders is the nature-desensitization of contempory thinking. Mental illness disorders are not normal in the natural systems of people and Earth.

We must learn to remember that we are part of nature, the vital force that pervades the earth and universe. The precarious state of the world says we can no longer continue to think and act in ways that forget and injure nature, our Mother Earth and its natural systems within and about us.



Industrial society teaches us to forget that the birth of our life is a momentous gift from the natural systems of Earth's global community. On our first real birth day, together, all members of nature's global community "love" us so much that they are attracted to physically and spiritually become us. They supportively flow their eons of balancing life attractions, wisdom and experience through us. They birth us out of our human mother and into the more supportive and universal womb of Mother Nature, so that we can help it support all of life.

We are born as contributing planetary citizens with unique skills to contribute to the welfare of all of life.

The above is equally true for every member of the global life community.



To our loss, we spend more than 95 percent of our lifetime in buildings, cars and offices. 99% of our thinking is disconnected from natural systems within and around us. Our excessively nature-separated indoor ways cause us to lose much happiness and wellness that would otherwise be afforded us from conscious sensory contact with natural systems. This reduces our mental health and spirit. Although Mother Earth is our "other body," society rewards us to disconnect from, exploit and conquer her, rather than unashamedly love her.

We are challenged by our indoor story that tells us that the conquest of natural systems is essential for industrial progress, personal power, economics and happiness. Some of us recognize this story as a directive from God, as in Genesis: "Multiply and subdue the Earth, and take dominion over it." We posture our lives and thinking to be prejudiced against nature.


" From the masses to the masses'

The most Revolutionary consciousness is to be found

Among the most ruthlessly exploited classes:

Animals, trees, water, air, grasses."

         - Gary Snyder


Our disconnection of our consciousness from natural systems deprives our thinking of the extraordinary abilities of these systems in congress. Natural systems correct dysfunctions and create optimums of diverse life and relationships without producing garbage, undue stress or abusiveness. Nothing is left out. This demonstrates that nature can be seen as a unifying organic form of what might be called "unconditional love." Although we usually omit them, we desperately need the attractions in natural systems to be conscious sensory parts of our lives, thoughts and relationships.



Unquestionably, because we are part of nature our psyche contains nature's vital force. However, our education and socialization teach us that it makes sense for us to exclude nature from 99% of our thinking. We learn that nature is to be exploited for its resources and a profit, not loved as a mother whose grace and rare gifts -soil, water, air, sunshine, community, intelligence, sensation and consciousness -are life essentials that deserve to be loved, supported and protected, not conquered.

Our omission of natural systems from our thinking deprives our mentality, spirit and destiny of nature's attractive balancing and restorative powers. Without them, we further condition our thinking to fear, conquer and exploit nature; we lose conscious sensory contact with our personal and collective legacy, with nature's unifying perfection, cooperation and beauty.



Our society insists that we be literate in order to know what's happening in our culture and thereby become good citizens of it. However, we learn to omit being literate of natural systems in this process. We suffer our dysfunctions because we do not insist that we learn to make direct sensory contact with the natural systems that touch our immediate lives and to speak from that knowledge. For this reason we lose conscious sensory contact with natural systems. Their grace, balance and beauty don't enter and benefit our thinking and relationship building. We lose contact with our inherent ability to be good citizens of our planetary home and our mental health is reduced. That's our missing element.

This omission is simply remedied. Like we daily brush our teeth, we can daily engage in two simple activities that immediately help us bring the beneficial contributions of natural systems into our consciousness, thinking and lives. This is easily accomplished. However, it is extremely challenging to get ourselves to do it. It goes against our cultural prejudice, our fears of nature, our norm to conquer, not embrace natural systems. We need to help ourselves "walk our talk."

Being severely disconnected from nature's grace, balance and renewing ways, is it any surprise that our thinking, and we, short circuit and suffer serious troubles? The source of this key disconnection is identified and rectified with nature connecting activities and support community in the Project NatureConnect Orientation Course, EC0 500: Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship.

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"This is the course that every civilized person will be required to take if we are to reverse our runaway disorders."
- Charles Sierra, Counselor



If you are a normal citizen of contemporary society, the frenzy of your daily existence and socialization causes your thinking, moment by moment, to block or overlook your relationship with nature or take it for granted. For example:

  • how often do you feel good every day because you sense nature's grace and restorative powers that rejuvenate and renew every part of the global community including your psyche and spirit?
  • Do you remember that when the landscape or your skin get scraped, nature restores them?
  • that when you get sick nature helps you recover?
  • that nature constantly heals and purifies itself?
  • that nature creates and sustains unpolluted, attractive relationships?
  • the nature has regenerative powers?
  • that nature is and has great spirit and creative energies?
  • Are you, right now, feelingly filled with love and respect for the air that you are looking through as you read these words, or have you learned to overlook this air and deprive yourself these good feelings?
  • Do you feel wonderful and supported because this air before your eyes is a gift from nature and the eons that is giving you your life and your potential for joy? If you have forgotten this you may refresh your memory by holding your breath for a minute. A natural sensation will arise in you that will help you remember the gifts of air.
  • Do you realize that natural systems, in addition to the joy of breathing air, provide 52 different additional fulfillments or satisfactions through 53 natural senses you inherit from nature.?
  • Can you truly achieve happiness or well-being if most of your natural senses lie frustrated within you due to their disconnection from their rejuvenating origins in nature?
  • Have you become dependent on destructive relationships, substances, technologies or professions because they satisfy, short-term, the frustrations and hurt of your disconnected natural senses?
  • Have you been taught the great lie that you can't increase your well-being by learning how to connect your senses to nature and its restorative powers? Do you recognize that just the renewal you enjoy from a short walk in the park refutes the great lie?



The excessively stress-filled, polluted, physically and emotionally sick "normal" society that our thinking produces shows that our mentality has learned to overlook its inborn ability to sense, register and appreciate hundreds of nature's wise and amazing creations, like air, sunshine and trees, along with the refreshing rewards each offers. Due to this profound omission, our mentality has become dysfunctional in many areas.

Why doesn't nature repair this, and our other dysfunctions like it heals most other natural things? Isn't it because we live extremely nature-separated lives?

Spending over 99 percent of our thinking out of tune with nature and over 95 percent of our time indoors, blocks, redirects, addicts or brainwashes our mentality to obtain love from substitutes for nature, substitutes that we are goaded or paid to invent, obsess for and crave. However, our inventions seldom contain nature's unifying balance and recuperative powers. Instead, they often produce detrimental side effects like pollution, stress, disease and habitat destruction. They deteriorate natural systems, the same systems that we consist of and that ordinarily support our lives.

Our knowledgeable major loss of nature's life-gifts traumatizes us into denial. We deny that we are rewarded for fearing and exploiting, rather than embracing, nature and its systems in people and places. We deny that we and our happiness are psychologically addicted to nature-disconnected thinking that produces personal, social and environmental dysfunction.

Even when we visit a natural area, our mind is conditioned to be elsewhere. Instead of thinking in tune with nature, we remember past incidents or hurts, contemplate problems, take pictures, quell fears, discuss unrelated topics and try to physically "conquer" nature. We philosophize or place artificial and abstract names on nature's nameless ways.



The critical question is this: "How can nature even begin to help our thinking improve, our psyche and body heal, our spirit strengthen, and our relationships unify when our thinking continually and habitually separates us from the ability of natural systems to help us?"
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A maverick genius has responded to this important question with a simple answer. Working in natural areas for over forty years throughout the seasons, his associates and he have created an organic psychology, the Natural Systems Thinking Process, a readily available nature-reconnecting tool. This accredited, love-of-nature science helps us, while in contact with a natural area, to rejuvenate over 45 natural senses we have numbed. By doing this, we support and make stronger our natural ability to love life and make sense of our lives.

Adding this ability to our contemporary lives is so important that funded courses, training, degree programs, jobs and careers are available on the Internet that enable you to master this organic form of psychology and apply it to any area of our society or of your life that needs improvement.

If you are aware of the value of Natural System Organic Psychology and would like to receive training in its use, that opportunity is available to you through these web pages. You start with our Orientation Course, "Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship." Upon its completion you know, from first-hand experience what this work can offer you and others.

The Orientation Course works because, as mentioned, our excessive mental disconnectedness from nature usually deadens as many as 53 natural senses we biologically inherit. The course helps us help natural systems awaken these senses in us. And, once awakened, these senses enable us to reconnect our thinking with the renewing powers and beauty of natural systems within and around us. We begin to walk our talk.

It has been demonstrated that we and nature reap many rewards from this process including stress reduction, closer relationships and increased wellness. We heighten sensitivity, critical thinking, mutual support and energy. We increase our love of nature and our protection of what we love. We increase nature's innate love and care of us.


The effects of this nature-connecting art and science speak for themselves in many web of life books and web pages. Most people can easily learn to use and benefit from it; they can even earn a subsidized training certificate or degree on line that will strengthen their livelihood, credibility and contribution to social and environmental wellness. They may incorporate this skill in any profession or relationship. 


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Our troubles will continue until we and our leaders engage in a mental health process that helps our immediate lives make conscious sensory contact with natural systems within and around us. We must commit ourselves and each other to respectfully enlist nature and its regenerative powers to help us improve our thinking and transform our destructive psychological addictions into constructive relationships. A hands-on, nature-connected learning book, the Web of Life Imperative, gives anybody the means to accomplish this through nature-connected education, counseling and healing. By design, it is taught and learned as well via the Internet as it is in a traditional or outdoor classroom. It's Organic Psychology is a practical contribution to solving a wide range of disorders because the Internet makes it readily available to over 600 million people. This enables us to help heal our society as well as ourselves and each other.

A book review/press release about the process of nature-connected thinking helps you follow nature's path to self, social and environmental improvement.

Project NatureConnect





NEWS: The percentage of our lifetime that natural systems try to nurture and heal people physically, emotionally and spiritually, as they do for all of nature.

NEWS: The average percentage of a contemporary citizen's lifetime that is spent indoors, separated from the supportive wholeness, balance and restorative powers of nature and its systems.

NEWS: The average number of developmental hours in nature-disconnected indoor study that are required to obtain cultural literacy and a high school diploma.
.....18,000 hours

NEWS: The average number of outdoor hours studying natural systems in people and places that are required for a high school diploma:

NEWS: The average percentage of a contemporary citizen's thinking that is separated from and not in tune with natural systems within and about them:

NEWS: The average number of hours in a sixty year lifetime that our thinking is connected to nature-disconnected cultural stories.

NEWS: On average, the number of hours in a total sixty year lifetime that our thinking may be in tune with nature.
.....11.6 hours.

NEWS: Terms used to describe the results of industrial society's extreme estrangement from nature and the natural:
.....-prejudice against nature
.....-nature bigotry
.....-bewildered (wilderness-separated)

NEWS: Terms used to describe the type of estrangement industrial society has from natural systems:
.....-emotionally bonded
.....-habitually conditioned

NEWS: Terms used to describe industrial society's relationship with nature and its systems:

NEWS: The estimated percentage of the U.S. population who have had at least one beneficial or feel-good experience in nature.

NEWS: The percentage of the U.S. population who at some level recognize that we are part of nature, that our basic ability to think, sense and feel is part of our inborn inheritance from nature.

NEWS: The estimated percentage of the U.S. population who at some level recognize that the separation of our mind from the wholeness and powers of natural systems leaves us with a mental void as well as stressed or disturbed thoughts and feelings.

NEWS: The percentage of the U.S. population who learn to disregard good experiences with natural systems as an essential part of their path to well being.

NEWS: The percentage of U.S. population who have used nature-connected alternative education and counseling and have enjoyed an increase in their well being (Visit this study).


As planetary citizens, our omission of the wisdom of natural systems from our thinking is similar to removing from our mind our ability to reason, learn and communicate in words and numbers. Both omissions render us unintelligent. However, prejudiciously, we call the former "normal" and the latter "outrageous stupidity."

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As demonstrated by the quotes below and elsewhere, the mutually supportive, renewing relationship between nature and our psyche is well recognized. (Many others throughout history have had high "EcoIQ's." When you have time, you can learn from theirs and check your own, too, at our Eco IQ page)

However, almost always missing is "how to do it," the recognition and use of a readily available enabling tool whose process today helps us strengthen our love for nature and its healing powers. That tool empowers us and our leadership to genuinely connect with natural systems within and about us and unify and improve personal, social and environmental wellness.


"The human need for nature is linked not just to the material exploitation of the environment but also to the influence of the natural world on our emotional, cognitive, aesthetic, and even spiritual development."
   - Edward O. Wilson
Harvard University Pulitzer Prize Recipient (To the American Psychological Association National Convention)


"It is quite clear to me after several years in the environmental movement that all physical problems of man's impact on the environment - pollution of the air and waters, the desecration of the land, the contamination of the food chain - all start within the environment of man's mind."
  -Maurice Strong
Founder: the United Nations Environment Program
Co-Chair: U.N. Commission on Global Governance


"Our task must be to free ourselves from (our) prison by widening our circles of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty."
...- Albert Einstein


"In order to achieve more effective environmental protection and conservation, internal balance within the human being himself or herself is essential."
...- Dalai Lama
Nobel Prize recipient


"Our greatest problems result from the difference between how people think and how nature works."
...- Gregory Bateson


"Until mankind can extend the circle of his compassion to include all living things, he will never, himself, know peace."
...- Albert Schweitzer
...Nobel Prize recipient


"Wilderness is the ultimate encyclopedia, holding answers to more questions than we have yet learned how to ask. That's the magic in you. You've got it; let it out."
...- David Brower


"The environmental crisis is an outward manifestation of a crisis of mind and spirit. There could be no greater misconception of its meaning than to believe it is concerned only with endangered wildlife, human-made ugliness and pollution. These are part of it, but more importantly, the crisis is concerned with the kind of creates we are and what we must become in order to survive."
...-Lynton K Caldwell


Human behavior is rooted most deeply in nature's intentions and desire. The rhythms of nature underlie all of human interaction: religious traditions, economic systems, cultural and political organization. When these human forms betray the natural psychic pulse, people and societies get sick, nature is exploited and entire species are threatened.
...-Stephen Aizenstat


"What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another."
-Mahatma Gandhi


"We have repressed far more than our sexuality: our very organic nature is now unconscious to most of us, most of the time, and we have become shrunken into two dimensional social or cultural beings, aware of only five of the hundreds of senses that link us to the rich biological nature that underlies and nourishes these more symbolic and recent aspects of ourselves.".
...- Norman 0. Brown
...Author of Love's Body


"We are dysfunctional socially and environmentally because we are cut off and isolated from the world of nature and the natural."
...-Albert Gore, (edited)
...Senator, United States
...Author, Earth in the Balance


"The "Great Nest of Spirit" includes matter, nature, body, mind, soul, and spirit, yet they're always situated in the context of the four quadrants (of nature, systems, self and culture) and they are all correlated with one another."
...Brad Reynolds explaining Ken Wilbur, the "Einstein of Consciousness"


"Nurture your felt love for nature. Never deny it. That love is nature's voice, our origins in nature, the eons, the purifying intelligence, beauty and diversity of natural systems sustaining us in the spirit of their perfection and wellness."
...-from The Web of Life Imperative


"He looked upon us as sophisticated children -- smart but not wise. We knew many things, and much that is false. He knew nature, which is always true."
...-Saxton T. Pope   (said of Ishi, America's last hunter-gather Native American)


"Over the years, I've spent a lot of time fighting. Fighting against logging, pollution, nuclear power...as long as we fight all the time there's going to be a winner and a loser...(we must) build bridges across to the people who are fighting."
...- David Suzuki


"Our religion keeps reminding us that we aren't just will and thoughts. We're also sand and wind and thunder and rain and the seasons. All those things. You learn to respect everything because you are everything. If you respect yourself, you respect all things."
...- Least Heat Moon


."At root, ecology is an erotic attitude of closeness, relatedness and care. We have made it into a rational/activist project and lost sight of its heart."
...-- Thomas Moore


"Sensory experience, we might say, is the way our body binds its life to the other lives that surround it, the way the earth couples itself to our thoughts and our dreams. Sensory perception is the glue that binds our separate nervous systems into the larger, encompassing ecosystem. For the senses are our most immediate access to the more-than-human natural world." ...-David Abram
...Author, Spell of the Sensuous


Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.
...-Jimmy Carter


"Personal transformation is best cultivated by partnering with the supreme agent of change, the Earth. Life is change, and nature is the wizard who enlivens its magic cycles."

...F-Philip Sutton Chard



How to do it:

"A small group of people gather in a park by a river. The cottonwood trees sway in the wind and brightly colored leaves are everywhere on this crisp autumn afternoon. The group includes a woman recovering from chemotherapy and a man recovering from a stroke, a poet, a community activist, a First Nations musician, a secretary, a mental health professional, and a naturalist.

I give a brief talk based on change and impermanence in nature from a chapter of "Reconnecting with Nature" by Dr. Michael J. Cohen and then explain today's activity. We silently separate, asking permission to learn from nature. Some sit by the river and meditate on the flowing current and standing waves, others move into the woods and consider the trees and falling leaves.

After about 20 minutes we gather together again and share our experiences and impressions. The talk is profound and the listening is respectful. Everyone's experience was different, but everyone's was the same, too. We say goodbye and return to our separate lives, feeling safer and happier and more connected than when we arrived.

I learned to share my connection to nature in this way through online courses with Dr. Cohen's Project Nature Connect. The process was the same in the internet courses as in these nature meditations. We read a chapter in a book, spent some quiet time doing an activity in nature, and then shared our experiences via email. As we repeat these brief sessions Cohen's Natural Systems Thinking Process helps people re-establish their connection with nature and learn to live more enriched and connected lives. Dr. Cohen's work has made a significant and enduring contribution to my life and to the lives of many other members of my community."

- John Scull, Ecopsychologist


Doing Organic Psychology online:

"Enthusiastic" is the way Carol feels about the online orientation course she is taking entitled "Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship". She knows what is important in it to her because in its prerequisite material she identified areas of interest and results that previous course members found important for themselves. She also tried some of the activities with friends and knows they work well for her.

Carol reads her course instructions online from a "base camp" web page in her The Web of Life Imperative book. She learns from them what activity she and her email partners, who live in many different countries, will to do on this scheduled day in their local park, backyard, or even with a terrarium. In general they have been doing two activities a week.

As Carol begins this day's activity she senses what is most attractive to her in a local natural area at this moment. Unexpectedly, she becomes aware that the delicate sparkle of a water droplet on a fern attracts her. She does additional activities that reinforce this nature-connected sensation and she becomes aware of other things that come to mind from the total experience. They include other times she has felt its joy and meaning as well as her past disconnection from it, what caused the disconnection, and the effects of the loss. She discovers the droplet being attractive to her was not an accident. It was subconsciously attractive to parts of her that sought the fulfillment of the balanced tenacity, brightness and refreshment it provided. Contact with the droplet brought these parts of her into her awareness.

Carol has already read material which helps her understand the activity she has just done and how she might apply it to improve and further enjoy her daily relationships with people and the environment. She closely follows the twelve guidelines that come with the activity instructions.

Carol goes on-line and shares with her 7-person interact group, who live in the USA and abroad, her thoughts, feelings and reactions from her nature connecting experience. One shared activity she receives was done with penguiins in Antartica, another in a Hong Kong garden. She also downloads, reads, and later reacts, to the attractions she finds and things she has learned in all the email she receives from the group. They become the course textbook. They convey her group member's true experiences in nature with the same activity and readings she just did. Later she reads their reactions to the letter she just sent to all of them.

Carol finds the course process is enjoyable and educational. She feels relieved that participants hold something important in common and are therefore supportive and not bogged down in "flaming" arguments about differing viewpoints, ideologies, religions, politics etc. She feels alive and spirited, sustained by her email partners commonly held responses and the group's rejuvenating reconnection to nature.

Her day brighter and energized, Carol looks forward to applying the activity by using what she learned to further connect with people and natural places that attract her. They gain additional value and she becomes aware of an often unrecognized natural self-worth in herself and others along with new values in natural areas. She has increased confidence for she has done the activity and known its effects. She owns it, can teach it, and gain its rewards again at will.

The course work feels simple and enjoyable to Carol, but explaining to others how and why it works challenges her intellect and spirit. The process and its effects are so steeped in nature's mutually supportive relationships that for most people they are, like nature's perfection, beyond words. To be known and understood by others, she must help them sense the effects first hand, or remember them from their previous good experiences in nature.


"The Web of Life Imperative offers more tools, knowledge and personal power for good than most therapies and spiritualities. It's course enables us to reverse our destructive relationships by empowering us to make thoughtful sensory connections with genuine nature. This connection responsibly satisfies the aching, ever-wanting hole in our psyche that has been produced by our excessive separation from nature, a hole that leads us astray"

- Susan Chernak McElroy,
Award winning, N. Y. Times best selling author of Animals as Teachers and Healers and Heart in the Wild.

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*[Mental Illness: It is important to appreciate that mental disorders leave no aspect of human experience untouched. They include dysfunction and disorders in: Substance and People relationships, Moods, Anxiety, Sexual and gender identity, Eating, Sleep, Impulse-control, Adjustment, Personality, Alzheimer's, Depression, Anger, Dependency, Attention-deficit and hyperactivity, Bipolar, Cognitive, and include they Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, Somatoforms disorders, Factitious disorders and Dissociative disorders.]

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All programs start with the Orientation Course contained in the book
The Web of Life Imperative.

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