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Why Pills Can’t Fix Most Ills: Solutions for healthier and happier living
Why Pills Can’t Fix Most Ills: Solutions for healthier and happier living

Why Pills Can’t Fix Most Ills: Solutions for healthier and happier living

By Margrit Spear Ph.D./MFT

$2.99$18.79

This book exposes reasons for why the American people are some the most drugged people in the world and how our Health Care system is not entirely fostering health but increased dependency on drugs. Big Pharma plays a gigantic role in the ever increasing statistics of overdose deaths, and drug addictions. Why pills can’t fix most ills… because they are psychological in nature and by addressing the underlying cause, we can most always restore our health. The Holographic Psychology® principles illustrate how people live from three different levels of comprehension, producing three different behaviors, affecting their state of health.

About the author:

Margrit Spear holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Humanistic Studies in San Diego. She is a California licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, former druggist, researcher, life coach and author of the book: Life-Changing Explosion of Consciousness, Introduction to Holographic Psychology. She is currently president of LACCRS, an independent research group that has vested 50 years in examining the interrelationship between mind, body and spirit. Born in Switzerland, she has a multi-cultural background and enjoys diverse approaches in the field of psychology, philosophy and religion. Professional Experiences include: research and development for the National Institute for Mental Health for the homeless population, the schizophrenics, drug addicts and alcoholics, crisis counselor, academic and psychological counselor for a local college, lecturer for multiple school projects, developed self-esteem program for students and administrators, private practice, owned and operated retail business, staff trainer, artist and poet. Papers have been published for the University of Science and Philosophy, for the Association for Humanistic Psychology and for LACCRS, a non for profit organization established in 1961.

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