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A Deeper Journey with Sher Safran and Guest: Dr. Steven Hall, on 7 Tools for Healing
September 27, 2016 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PDT
Hosted by Sher Safran
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Join Sher on A Deeper Journey into new insights for healing with Dr. Steven Hall, MD., author of the forthcoming book: The 7 Tools for Healing.
Steven M. Hall, MD began his medical career in 1985 as a residency trained and board certified Family Practitioner. His practice has been strongly influenced by his search for the answers to two questions: “What is ‘healing’?” and “How can I best help you with yours?” His searching quickly took him beyond the borders of conventional medicine and he has explored many of the world’s leading healing traditions. He excels at taking seemingly disparate and conflicting ideas, finding common ground, and integrating them.
He has developed and currently practices a form of primary care that successfully integrates the best from conventional and many forms of alternative medicine into one seamless medicine. He has personally seen what works and what doesn’t work for deep, authentic healing and, more importantly, has delved into why. His passion is now to share what he has learned with the world.
Early writings include a booklet on the nutritional supplement Noni juice that sold over 100,000 copies. He taught at Bastyr University, the local Naturopathic medical school, for many years. He also trains other practitioners in Craniosacral Therapy and teaches “Taming the Bear: Take the bite out of stress” classes to everyone. He speaks regularly on topics from bio-identical hormones to The Seven Tools of Healing.
Having helped raise four children and send them out into the world, he and Patti, his wife of 34 years, are empty nesting on 14 acres in Snoqualmie, WA where they organically raise the bulk of their own food.
To learn more about Dr. Hall, visit his website: https://www.stevenmhallmd.com/
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