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Healing Through Creativity

Desiree Cox MD Ph.D.

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What is it to heal through creativity? To move away from thoughts of accumulating information about health and wellness. To move away from the idea that creativity is something that occurs only in context of the arts or sciences. Move away from concepts of healing as “fixing” illness or “taking away” disease. Think other-wise. Think “healing” as an activation of our own innate capacity for positive change and creative transformation. Give in to it without intention and let healing becomes a restoration of the Whole as new capacities and wonders unfold. Listen and understand the gift-action that is healing. A “not-knowing” in a state of grace.

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Healing Through Creativity with Desiree Cox  MD  PhD

Dr. Desirée Cox, MD, PhD is Rhodes Scholar, medical doctor, historian of medicine, international contemporary master artist, jazz singer and writer whose expertise lies in mind-body medicine. She has been described by the British Medical Journal as a ‘Renaissance Woman’. Dr. Cox is a former Associate Professor of Behavioral Science of a US medical school with over twenty years of international experience in healthcare and humanities and mind-body medicine. A graduate of McGill University where she specialized in quantum chemistry, Dr. Cox went on to Oxford University where she studied medicine as a Rhodes Scholar. She is the first Rhodes Scholar from The Bahamas, first female Rhodes Scholar from the Commonwealth Caribbean region. She then attended Cambridge University where she received her MPhil and PhD in History of Medicine and History and Philosophy of the Sciences. She is has released 2 jazz CDs. Her paintings have been exhibited in the Caribbean, New York, and London and she has been internationally recognized as a contemporary artist whose work is as breaking new ground. Dr. Cox currently lives in Scotland where she is researching into mind-body medicine and working on her next book. See www.desireecox.com


 

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