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The debate over reiki’s benefits spills over at Roman Catholic hospitals

Robin Zinchuk receives a reiki treatment from Kevin Pennell, co-owner of SpiritWings in Bethel, Maine. Robin Zinchuk receives a reiki treatment from Kevin Pennell, co-owner of SpiritWings in Bethel, Maine. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Bella English
Globe Staff / September 22, 2009

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Debbie Griseuk is a reiki practitioner and teacher who volunteered her time to elderly nuns in Manchester, N.H., and patients at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua. In fact, she first became interested in the Japanese hands-on healing technique at St. Joseph, where she attended a lecture along with some nuns. She went through a training course at the Roman Catholic ... (Full article: 1125 words)

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