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Personal, Compassionate Communication, What Is This? - Dr. Wright (VIDEO)

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Dr. Wright explains personal, compassionate communication and how it helps a woman recover from cancer.

Dr. Wright:
Compassionate communication for yourself means really honoring the whole internal system, and with cancer patients, so many times they are involved in a variety of chemicals that they are either ingesting or radiation or surgeries or radical diet changes. The changes are so dramatic that if you don’t have compassion for the fact that this is a stress, this is a very stressful process. And understand that you are going to have to think about yourself and your life very differently, and be committed to that as a new way of being in love and kindness to first yourself, and then realize that, that love and kindness can then be radiated internally and externally, and that facilitates the healing process.

About Dr. Barbara Wright, Ph.D.:
Barbara Wright, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist based in Laguna Beach, California. She has been in private practice for over 30 year. During this time she has developed a method and system of compassionate communication for skillful conflict resolution, be it intrapersonal or interpersonal for individuals, couples, families, as well as schools and corporative situations. This method Metta4All, is the culmination of her life’s work as a speech therapist and clinical psychologist.

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