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Review quote "Totally absorbing and thought-provoking About Jeanne Achterberg The late Jeanne Achterberg was an award-winning scientist who received international recognition for her pioneering research in medicine and psychology. She was Professor of Psychology at Saybrook Institute, San Francisco and a consultant and advisor to other foundations.
The author of five books and over papers, she was named by Time Magazine as one of the innovators of complementary and alternative medicine for the coming century. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Sign up now. Follow us.