Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD
My goal on this web site is to provide all the necessary information for people to interact with me productively – to set up workshops and trainings, to set up courses, to invite me to give a lecture, to interact collaboratively about research, to study with me, and to find my writings and upcoming events. Please send suggestions for improving the website to firstname.lastname@example.org.
My personal goals include the furthering of a paradigm shift within medicine, psychiatry, and psychology toward aligning with indigenous knowledge systems and providing healing activities more in line with what traditional cultures have offered. I am interested in our creating new science that is not the same old, same old linear boredom of Newton and conventional statistics, but that uses complexity theory and quantum physics concepts to explore our world, and, more importantly, to find ways to help each other to heal and to grow and change.
My website will cross-reference the developing website for the Coyote Institute which is now at www.coyoteinstitute.us.
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Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona
P.O. Box 556
Augusta, Maine 04332
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Lewis, MD, PhD, is the author of the "Coyote" Trilogy. His work discusses healing practices from Lakota, Cherokee and Cree traditions, and how they intersect with conventional medicine via a social constructionist model. He has been writing about the use of imagery and narrative in healing since the 1980s and is is certified in psychiatry, geriatrics, and family medicine. His research collaborations include work on various psychological conditions, issues of psychology during birthing, nutritional approaches to autism and diabetes, and the use of healing circles to improve overall health outcomes.
Join me most Tuesday at 5:30 pm Eastern time for Open Discussion
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