Gerald G. Jampolsky

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"I'm Jerry Jampolsky. I am a physician and a child and adult psychiatrist. And I'm Diane Cirincione and a doctor in the field of psychology. We are married and have been helping folks heal their hearts and minds for over thirty years. After decades of experience as doctors, we now know that love expressed is the most powerful healing force in the world. Jerry founded the International Center for Attitudinal Healing (ICAH) in 1975 in Tiburon, California. Through the ICAH, people of all ages, faiths, and cultures facing serious life threatening illness, catastrophic events, loss of loved ones, or just everyday challenges, have free support services and lots of unconditional love to help them through tough times. There are also well over a hundred independent Centers for Attitudinal Healing located in twenty-seven countries on five continents that offer free support services to their communities, utilizing the generous efforts of many volunteers."[1]

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  1. Gerald G. Jampolsky About, organizational web page, accessed July 26, 2013.