The courage to live and embrace love may make the difference between living and dying. In this exhilarating dialogue, surgeon Siegel displays a remarkable reliance on the natural capacity of people to manifest self-healing. He speaks of music in the operating room, inner guides and love as the principal force for healing. Siegel is a veritable Pied Piper for well-being, and he points the way to miracles as an everyday occurrence.
In 1978 he originated Exceptional Cancer Patients, a specific form of individual and group therapy utilizing patients’ drawings, dreams, images and feelings. ECaP is based on “carefrontation,” a safe, loving therapeutic confrontation, which facilitates personal lifestyle changes, personal empowerment and healing of the individual’s life. Siegel is the author of Peace, Love and Healing (Harper & Row 1989) and How to Live Between Office Visits (HarperCollins 1993). To learn more about the work of Dr. Siegel go to www.berniesiegelmd.com
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 6/19/1987 Program Number: 2058