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Unimagined Bridges: Ear Acupuncture Treatment for Disaster Trauma, 5th edition. Now available with Spanish, Greek, Chinese, Danish, Greek and English subtitles.


Unimagined Bridges, Ear Acupuncture Treatment for Disaster Trauma chronicles the healing power of ear acupuncture on those affected by the events of 9/11 and the ravages of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. This 18-minute video is an excellent educational tool as well as an inspiring story of how ancient traditional healing techniques are being used to address acute trauma across the globe. 

See how Unimagined Bridges can educate clinicians and laypersons alike on the value of using ear acupuncture for high stress situations. Directed and produced by Laura Cooley, LAc and registered NADA trainer, Unimagined Bridges premiered at the 2009 White River Indie Film Festival.

Unimagined Bridges is an excellent resource for:
  • NADA Trainers and Practitioners
  • Acu Detox Specialists
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Community Acupuncture Fund-raising events
  • Those looking for treatment solutions for PTSD
  • Those looking for solutions to disaster issues (FEMA, SAMHSA, Fire Departments, First Responders) and chronic mental health issues
  • Acupuncture Colleges
  • Alternative and Complimentary Medicine Programs
  • Public Health Educational Programs
  • Naturopathic Schools
  • Anyone interested in ear acupuncture


Feedback:
“I enjoyed this film. This is a good story and a good piece of work.”
Art Bell 
— founding member of Oxygen network with Oprah Winfrey, consultant for PBS, BBC, CBS, state and national political and environmental campaigns.

"The response at White River Indie Film Festival to Unimagined Bridges was surprisingly inquisitive and excited.  Imagine, a therapy that might be accessible to anyone, and affordable.  The therapy and its benefits for trauma patients as well as an inside look at where this therapy has been used takes us all on a journey to new possibilities." 
Kate Cone
— White River Indie Film Festival Director

“What an excellent and professional and visionary piece of work. Incredibly well-crafted. And what a great contribution to the field!”
Alex Brumbaugh, Reg NADA Trainer, Recovering Historian, author of Transformation and Recovery:  A Guide for the Design and Development of Acupuncture-Based Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs.

"Laura Cooley has captured the spirit of NADA in Unimagined Bridges. Through stories of change and transformation, her work offers up the gift of possibility and hope for humanity."
Carla Wilson
— Executive Director of Quan Yin Healing Arts Center,
Chairperson of Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

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