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April 12, 2016 by Jacob Hess, PhD

In Praise of a Non-Aggressive, Creative Way of Working with Unusual Mental States

One of my best friends is in prison.  Over the years, unusual mental and emotional experiences led him to seek some way – any way – to find answers and healing.  And yet everywhere he turned, he was told there was one answer.  When he resisted that answer, he was encouraged, then pressed, then taken to court.

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