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Marlise James
Marlise holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in international communications from George Washington University. She is a lifelong student of multicultural approaches to healing, issues concerning women and children, relationships, and comparative religions in their historical perspectives. She helped to establish and run a community/farm/conference center, and in doing so, learned a tremendous amount about human nature, as well as about gardening, herbology, and other earth-centered topics. She also helped develop curricula for the conference center and acted as both a teacher and ceremonial leader.

While searching for an alternative to the surgical treatments arthritis, Marlise was referred to Dr. Brian Shiple, from whom she learned about regenerative injection treatment (RIT) and underwent successful treatment on her ankle and held off joint replacement surgery for a decade. That positive experience led her to collaborate with Dr. Shiple on Regenerative Healing For Life. She is an advocate for RIT, other less and non-invasive techniques, a wide spectrum of complementary treatments and increased honesty in allopathic medicine.

Marlise is currently collaborating on a young adult novel, a second spiritual adventure memoir, a simple guide to The Medicine Wheel and several children’s books. She and her husband, a child psychiatrist, have an adult daughter who is an artist and works as a massage therapist and holistic healer.