Forward by Gabor Maté, MD


A Doctor’s Quest to Unravel the Mysteries of Healing


About Lissa Rankin, MD

Lissa is a physician, healer, author, artist, speaker, visionary, mystic, and activist committed to healing health care.

Revised Edition Of The Classic

Mind Over Medicine


The Whole Health Medicine Institute

Heal Yourself & Learn To Help Facilitate Radical Remissions For Those In Need

Lissa's Books

New York Times bestselling Author Of Mind Over Medicine, The Fear Cure, The Anatomy of a Calling, & The Daily Flame


Heal And Transform At Lissa’s Live Workshops At Healing Retreat Centers

Hear Lissa Speak

Listen To Lissa’s TEDx Talks & Invite Her To Your Event

Online Programs

Experience Lissa’s Teachings With Online Programs From The Comfort Of Your Home

Heal The World

Our Disconnected Culture Causes Us To Suffer, But Lissa’s Activism Focuses On Reconnecting Us In Love

Current Active Workshops

Workshop Starts October 7th 2023

We invite you to join this live online Zoom weekend workshop with Mind Over Medicine Dr. Lissa Rankin, and special guest Dr. Jeffrey Rediger for a transformational and experiential workshop on the mysteries of spontaneous healing- how we can make our bodies available for the best possible outcomes, without magical thinking and while staying grounded in science, critical thinking, and awareness of social justice, health equity, and social determinants of health.

Self-Guided Workshop

The Six Steps to Radical Self Healing
  • Over eight hours of video teachings during which Lissa will guide you in how to understand and optimize your body’s innate ability to self-repair.
  • ​Written material to support you in your journey through the course. 
  • Guided meditations to help you engage in deep self inquiry, get insight into unconscious material that may interfere with your healing journey, and begin to feel like the person you were meant to be.
  • ​Lifetime access to stream from your computer, phone or tablet.

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