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While hospitals provide chemotherapy to heal the body, Ezer Mizion provides dreamo-therapy to heal the soul.
A small child is forced to spend months under treatment away from the comfort of classroom routine, frightened by scary machines, ill from the effects of the treatment. Day after day after day. The nightmare ends for the day and he is free for the moment, free to dream. He dreams of being a policeman when he grows up. He shares the dream with an Ezer Mizion staff member and the wheels begin to turn. The police force is contacted. Arrangements are made. And the boy is brought amid pomp and ceremony to be given a real, small-sized policeman uniform and ‘be’ a policeman for the day. He’ll ride a policeman’s horse, be allowed to ride a police car and work the siren, search for bad guys with a police dog. A dream day.