Judy Hesser doesn’t mince words. “I used to pan-fry chicken, but it's a pain in the neck to clean up all that grease.” She’s right! So she doesn’t do it anymore—because decades ago, Judy (you might know
realitysandwich.com - Dr. Robert E. ‘Bob’ Prue is an Associate Professor of Social Work at the University of Missouri Kansas City, School of Social Work. Bob received a Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare in July 2008. Dr. Prue's research has focused on the interface of American Indian and Mainstream systems of care. Dr. Prue has published research on the effect of the Native American Church involvement on alcohol abuse outcomes. Dr. Prue has looked at the effect of the passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1994 on involvement with the traditional use of peyote by American Indians. Dr. Prue has also published on the topic of American Indian supports for veterans. He is currently developing a form of Narrative therapy based on a synthesis of Narrative Exposure Therapy and the use of Plains Indians Winter Counts techniques.
In an unlikely collaboration with Amazonian shamans, medical researchers seek a cure for autoimmune disease. Ten years ago, Mark Pischea, then a 42-year-old political consultant and father of five from