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1 Complementary and Psychosocial Therapies Carol Griffin, ARNP What is CAM? Allopathic - traditional medicine Alternative - used in place of traditional medicine Complementary -used together with traditional medicine Complementary/Alternative Practices (Table 11.1 p. 183) Info from NCCAM – Medical Practice – Nutritional therapies – Herbals – Manual Healing – Mind/body Control
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2 The “Placebo” Effect The Placebo effect is part of the human potential to react positively to a healer.
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Unformatted text preview: You can reduce a patient’s distress by doing something which might not be medically effective.” Michael Jospe PhD (in handout article) Types of Complementary Therapies • P. 184 • Herbal Medicine • Acupressure, Acupuncture • Diet and Nutrition • Chiropractic • Therapeutic Touch and Massage • Yoga • Pet Therapies Psychosocial Therapies • Individual Therapy • Relaxation Therapy • Assertiveness Training • Cognitive Therapy...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course NUR 2211 taught by Professor Judithclark during the Fall '11 term at Valencia.

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