How to Achieve Enduring Health and Vitality
John W. Travis, MD, MPH completed his medical degree at Tufts University in 1969, and a preventive medicine residency at Johns Hopkins University in 1973. In 1975, he opened the world's first wellness center, the Wellness Resource Center in Mill Valley, California. His work attracted national attention, culminating in an appearance on 60 Minutes with Dan Rather in 1979.
WELLNESS WORKBOOK integrates physical health with feeling well,
which is no small task. Our emotions, attitudes, and beliefs play
critical roles in wellbeing. In recognizing this fact, WELLNESS
WORKBOOK offers down-to-earth practical approaches to help us enjoy
our lives and our good health. If living well is your goal-and it
should be-this book is a must-have.
-Dean Edell, M.D., author of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Healthiness "One of the great paradoxes of our high-tech age is that good health fundamentally depends on simple, practical things-things we can and must do for ourselves. WELLNESS WORKBOOK has brought home this truth to hundreds of thousands of individuals around the world. This new edition remains a clarion call for total health: wellness of body, mind, and spirit." -Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Beyond the Body and Reinventing Medicine "Without a doubt, WELLNESS WORKBOOK is the most valuable and useful resource on wellness ever written. It has often been said that there is, unfortunately, no manual for living-but this well-loved book comes pretty close." -Meg Jordan, Ph.D., R.N., Global Medicine Hunter(R) and editor and founder of American Fitness magazine