An experienced physician who is also a skilled, driven and compassionate writer is a winning combination…

An experienced physician who is also a skilled, driven and compassionate writer is a winning combination…

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Since 2003, I have examined the medical records for over 100 survivors of incurable and fatal illnesses, and what I’ve discovered is patterns and principles behind these miracles…

When I went to see “Miracles from Heaven,” I saw more laughter, crying and applause than I’ve ever seen in a movie theater. Clearly, this new movie — the real-life story of a young girl, suffering from an incurable illness…

If the mind can help an incurable illness, the implications for both psychology and medicine are huge…

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Here’s the idea that I am excited about for 2016: we have before us the beginnings of a new way of thinking about health. There are possibilities for health and vitality that we are only beginning to map, and they are going to eventually change everything for you.

Dr. Jeffrey Rediger’s research into the spontaneous remission or healing of incurable medical illness has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show. So, our Zarrow Symposium attendees were eager to hear his thoughts on incorporating spirituality into mental health treatment.

One day in the fall of 1981, eight men in their 70s stepped out of a van in front of a converted monastery in New Hampshire. They shuffled forward, a few of them arthritically stooped, a couple with canes. Then they passed through the door and entered a time warp.

Jeff Rediger is a psychiatrist and medical director at McLean Hospital in Boston, where he also serves as instructor at Harvard Medical School and is founder of the Center for Psychological & Spiritual Development in Cambridge.