Health Restoration International, Ltd., Marilyn Murray, the Murray Method, Project Restoration Russia.
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Educating and Providing Resources for Health...
Emotionally, Intellectually, Spiritually and Physically

Purpose

Health Restoration International, Ltd. is a non-profit foundation, receiving their 501 (c)(3) designation from the United States Government in 2004, and was created for the purpose of:

  • education, in the form of training seminars, and

  • providing resources (tapes, CDs and DVDs) for emotional, spiritual, intellectual and physical health.

Founded by Marilyn Murray to provide education and resources previously unavailable to health professionals and clergy regarding the treatment of trauma, abuse and deprivation and their correlations with addictions, Health Restoration International, Ltd. sponsors Murray Method training programs internationally.

St. Basil's Cathedral in Red Square, Moscow, RussiaAt the present time the primary focus of the foundation is toward Project: Restoration Russia - Helping Russians Save Their Children, Their Families and Themselves with the objective of supplying education and resources that will enable this vast country to address its emotional, spiritual, intellectual and physical health issues with well-trained, healthy, balanced Russian professionals and clergy.

The Murray Method training seminars for Health Professionals and for Clergy are offered at a nominal fee so all who are interested may attend. The majority of the expenses are provided by Health Restoration International, Ltd. and by Professor Murray (who receives no salary from the seminars). The foundation is funded by interested Americans who care about the health and welfare of the people of Russia - these persons give, not only of their finances, but many also endow each training participant and the entire program with their prayer support.

Health Restoration International, Ltd. also sponsors Professor Murray as she presents her method internationally with participants from 37 countries.



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