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New CompWellness Journal Launched for Denver Metro
LITTLETON CO - February 28, 2001 (updated 8/13/01) - "The Denver Metro region finally has a journal focusing on Wellness and mainstream Complementary Healthcare," announced Vickie T Eaton, Executive Director of the Denver-based educational-professional group Complementary Wellness, who publishes the new journal by the same name. He explained that the journal is one way to accomplish the group's "five-ex" objectives:
"Up to this point, Denver Metro 'alternative' health journals, newsletters and websites have covered every type of alternative medicine under the sun - Astrology to Zen," continued Johnson. "This is fine for those already comfortable with a wide range of Complementary Healthcare modalities, but does not generally motivate people and organizations only using conventional practices and products to expand their horizons into other forms of healthcare. Our mission is to facilitate Wellness, by facilitating the use of a full complement of healthcare modalities, working with conventional medicine, not replacing it."
The CompWellness journal provides the first steps into the world of wider-spectrum Complementary Healthcare and Wellness. It is found in most healthfood stores - Wild Oats, Vitamin Cottage and independents - as well as local bookstores and selected "Community Information Racks," "Franklin InfoRax," restaurants, coffee shops, and Member practitioners and businesses. It has also been sent to all Metro-area public libraries. See a complete list at Journal Distribution Locations at CompelementaryWellness.org.
Currently, the booklet-sized journal is organized into four sections, to be pulled apart if the reader desires: the main section, a theme section (this issue is the Attitude component of Wellness), additional articles and the Member Practitioner and Business Directory. The reader can then file or circulate the sections separately without having to copy or cut out articles. The Directory may also be tucked into the group's previous publications of the same page size, the Denver Metro or the Boulder County Complementary Healing Guide.
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