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Biography

You can choose who you want to be, each moment.Dr Raoul Goldberg has practiced Integrative Medicine for 35 years in Switzerland, Germany and the majority of his career in his homeland, South Africa. His work includes managing an Integrative Health Clinic, Syringa Integrative Health Centre and practicing as a clinical doctor and counselor, Waldorf School Doctor, international lecturer and child health researcher. He is the author of “Awakening to Child Health” (Hawthorn Press, UK) and many other publications on Integrative Medicine and Child Health. His new book on Addictions in Childhood and Adolescence was published in 2012. Dr. Goldberg Co- Founded the South African Complementary Medical Association (SACMA) in 1991 and South African Healing Villages (SAHV)

Dr Goldberg has developed a unique brand of integrative medicine which combines anthroposophical medicine, homeopathy, functional medicine, nutritional medicine, psychophonetic counseling and life coaching, where the patient or client is an active partner in the diagnostic and therapeutic programme. He calls this participatory medicine.

He uses a powerful technique of awakening and empowering deep inner healing experience. Profound results have taken place in conflict resolution, with breakthroughs in health and emotional well-being, an innovation that does not use medicines or invasive measures.

Awards: Best author of the year for Natural Medicine Journal in 2002

Raoul Goldberg MD Curriculum Vitae

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Books & Publications

Wakening to Child Health Part 1 Awakening to Child Health
Dr Goldberg has for decades written for Natural Health Magazine, multiple Health Development booklets and other journals...
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