Steven G. Fox Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who has been in practicing for over thirty years. He was diagnosed with MS in 1991. After fifteen years of deteriorating, having a leg brace, and using a cane with regular severe falls, he developed a program that led to his multiple sclerosis going into remission. His personal story enters in a lot, of course, as he was physically abused as a child. Using the most advanced medical approaches available, he forged an alternative/spiritual/medical/psychotherapy approach that led to his primary progressive multiple sclerosis going into remission. It is believed that many of the approaches he used could be helpful to others with chronic disease. In addition, the author considers it a case study in how child abuse can make one more vulnerable to chronic illness. It is a very personal approach that the author hopes will help others develop their best individualized methods of treatment.
David Van Nuys, PhD
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