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The Study of the Health-Wellness Effects of Falun Gong : Applications to Counseling

@inproceedings{Gong2016TheSO,
  title={The Study of the Health-Wellness Effects of Falun Gong : Applications to Counseling},
  author={Falun Gong and M. Trey},
  year={2016}
}
There is growing awareness of Eastern meditative approaches in recent years in the West, and more people are turning to these practices for their health and wellness needs. Falun Gong presents as one such mind-body meditative practice. Little is known about the practice, its beneficial effects, and potential use in counseling. Based on the author’s dissertation research, the primary purpose of this paper is to introduce Falun Gong to the counseling community and to present a summary of this… Expand
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