Ayurveda: The Science of Self-Healing is the most popular general introduction to Ayurveda, the alternate health science of India. 176 pp.
The new, revised second edition continues to provide a thoughtful, comprehensive approach to addressing the complex social and communication challenges characteristic of autism, offering cutting-edge, well-researched techniques for helping children acquire vital social and communication skills. 418 pp.
A New York Times best-selling author contends that the three things today's society desires the most—control, ownership and independence—are, paradoxically, the three things that bring the most challenges and unhappiness to our lives. 192 pp.
The definitive guide to routines-based early intervention—straight from the leading authority on this highly respected, family-centered model—includes step-by-step guidance on each part of the model, plus more than 25 photocopiable checklists and forms. 268 pp.
What happens to consciousness during the act of dying? The most compelling answers come from people who almost die and later recall events that occurred while lifesaving resuscitation, emergency care or surgery was performed. These events are now called near-death experiences (NDEs). Their recollections often refute physicians’ scientific explanation of how an oxygen-starved brain can produce such vivid recollections. 169 pp.