From the Editor: Donald Moss, PhDFrom the Guest Editors: Tim Culbert, MD, Rebecca Kajander, CPNP, MPH,Judson Reaney, MDIntegrative Approaches in Pediatrics: Biofeedback in the Context ofComplementary/Alternative Medicine
Timothy Culbert, MD, BCIA-C
Children’s Rights: Legal and Ethical Issues
Sebastian Striefel, PhD
Helping Children with Stress and Anxiety: An integrative MedicineApproach
Lynda Richtsmeier Cyr, PhD, Timothy Culbert, MD, and Pamela Kaiser, PhD,PNP
Integrative Approaches to Assessment and Management of RecurrentHeadaches in Children.
Rebecca Kajander, CNP, MPH;Frank Andrasik, PhD, Howard Hall, PhD,PsyD
Recurrent Abdominal Pain in Children and Adolescents: Conventional andAlternative Treatments
Gerard A.Banez, PhD, and Elizabeth Bigham, MS
Self-Regulation in the Treatment of Nocturnal Enuresis, DysfunctionalVoiding, and Bladder Instability
Jennifer Lessin, MD, and Judson B.Reaney, MD
Integrating Biofeedback in Community Mental Health Settings:Experiences from a Clinical Demonstration Project
Kathleen Samilo, MA, and Lela Carlson, RN
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