Dr. Roxanne Daleo

Posted by Rochelle
May 16, 2016 | Contributors

 

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Inspired by her study of cross-cultural healing practices, Dr. Daleo believes it is possible to weave the ways of ancient people into the fabric of modern life in an effort to help the young claim this wisdom as an essential part of who they are. The most relevant and timeless aspect of ancient practices is the sincere understanding of the interconnectedness of all living things. It is a knowing that everything that is in us is in the atmosphere we breath- the receptacle from which we draw our life energies that nourish and sustain us.

Roxanne E. Daleo, Ph.D., is a health psychologist specializing in relaxation programs. Her training from Harvard University and the Jung Institute combine mind/body techniques with expressive arts, and herbal studies providing children, parents, and educators alternative (nondrug) solutions to alleviate stress. She lectures nationwide. Visit Dr. Roxie for her free children’s meditation at drroxannedaleo.com.

Dr. Roxie’s website: www.drroxannedaleo.com

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