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Charles Filbert has been in the public practice of Christian Science for 28 years, and is also a teacher of Christian Science. In January 2004, he wrote about his own experience of being healed of mental illness in this magazine's sister publication, The Christian Science Journal. Based on insights he has since then, he offered these thoughts to the Sentinel.

ONE OF THE interesting developments in the mental healthcare field in the last few years has been greater openness by healthcare providers to spiritual solutions. This includes the role of religion and prayer in healing. Instead of focusing on the condition, they are increasingly looking at each individual and asking, "What inner resources does this person have to build on?"

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