Top positive review
Brilliant, Captivating, Cutting Edge
Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2017
A client recommended this book. I got it in hardcover and loved it. Had to have another copy in case I want to share it with anyone. Norman Doidge is a marvel, a compassionate, creative, and brilliant doctor who is what I would call a medical explorer.
He addresses the lay reader without pretension and with great enthusiasm for the people and treatments he describes.
I fell in love with Feldenkrais again after reading about it in The Brain's Way of Healing, learning new things about a modality that I thought I was familiar with.
I teach religion classes and love bringing ideas from the treatments in this book into the discussion.
The Brain's Way of Healing deserves a better review than mine (it's late and I'm too tired to do this review justice) but I want to post this before I forget. If you have an interest in medicine, healing, psychology, psychiatry, spirituality, sound, light, movement, physics, disabilities, TBI, or compelling personal stories, get this book. It is impossible to put down.