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03/09/2010

Alumnus Michael Mayer, PhD '77 Presents on "Ask the Experts"

Saybrook Alumnus Michael Mayer, PhD '77 co-presents with Maggie Phillips as part of her “Ask the Experts” teleseminar series on Wednesday, March 17, from 9 am – 10:30 AM Pacific time. The topic is Qigong and Bodymind Healing: An Integrated Approach for Stress and Pain.

Maggie has written a recent book called Reversing Chronic Pain, which features a multi-modal approach to reversing the effects of persistent pain. She also has created a multi-media, online self-treatment program at www.reversingchronicpain.com and has released a pain CD program through www.hypnosisnetwork.com. To learn more about Maggie, please go to www.maggiephillipsphd.com, where you will discover how she uses a combination of breathing, mindfulness, hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing and Energy Psychology to help clients obtain rapid, lasting results.

Dr. Mayer will be contributing information from his last two books, Energy Psychology: Self-Healing Practices for Bodymind Health and Bodymind Healing Psychotherapy: Ancient Pathways to Modern Health.

Michael's specialty is in self-healing methods derived from Western psychology, energy psychology, qigong, tai chi and other ancient healing practices. For more information on this teleseminar, please see his website: www.bodymindhealing.com/Teleseminars.

Please register now at: www.maggiephillipsphd.com/courses_teleseminars_mm.html. The teleseminar package includes:

• Access to this event by telephone or internet connection
• A one hour, intensive presentation followed by 30 minutes of live questions and answers
• Unlimited 30 day replay whether you attend live or not so you don’t miss a moment if you have a schedule conflict
• A study guide to help you organize your learning

Michael Mayer, Ph.D. Saybrook '77
Director- The Bodymind Healing Center
2029 Durant Ave - Suite 202
Berkeley, Ca 94704
510-849-2878
drmichael@bodymindhealing.com
www.bodymindhealing.com

Posted at 02:52 PM

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