A final question. If someone was here looking for clients would they not provide their website and contact information? What do you have as evidence to support your opinion that you are interpreting the situation accurately? I ask, not because I care what you think about me, but because it might be beneficial for you to consider more than the first thought that comes to your mind as a viable answer and to ask a follow-up question of yourself such as, "Is there anything that supports my conclusion?" and "Is there anything that might cast doubts about this conclusion?" I noticed when I joined that this forum provides a place where I could have listed my website but I chose not to do so - my purpose here was to try to shed some light from a 3rd party onto the mind-body connection discussion. The posts I saw before I joined were all vehemently denying any connection between mind and body, but it seemed their denial was linked to seeing it as an accusation and to being denied treatment by being told something was "all in their head". I hoped to provide some beneficial information and a different perspective from someone who was not denying a physical illness and who is very knowledgeable about many aspects. I have learned a great deal from these interactions.