Tag: Current Affairs

Dr. Curt Lindberg to Address “Complexity and Integrative Health Care Systems” — School of MBM Videoconference with Curt Lindberg, PhD, on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 5:30 PM Pacific


Dr. Curt Lindberg, Consultant on Complexity in Health Care Systems   On October 22, Dr. Curt Lindberg will make an online video presentation for the School of Mind-Body Medicine: “Complexity and Integrative Health Care Systems.” Join MBM Chair Donald Moss and the Health Care Systems Specialization faculty for an interactive conversation with Curt Lindberg.  Dr…. Read more »

College of Mind-Body Medicine Students Complete Practicum at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute


    As PhD candidates in Mind-Body Medicine, LaVera Forbes and Beth Haggett keenly listened to Dr. Michael Roizen at the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) conference in Las Vegas, they both had the same thought “…we should do our practicum with him.”  After the presentation they approached Dr. Roizen.  They introduced themselves as… Read more »

Newsflash from the Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis in Charlotte, North Carolina


It’s been a blast here at the ASCH meeting in a sort of sleep-deprived way.  Yesterday after Pierre Rainville’s keynote, I spent 2 hours with him (and David Spiegel of Stanford) in my room doing Dr. Rainville’s video interview and talking about his perspective that hypnosis is the humanistic connection between neuroscience and the study… Read more »

College of Mind-BodyMedicine: Dr. Julie Staples Conducts Research on Mind-Body Skills Project in Gaza


Conducting and reporting high quality research is an essential part of the advancement of mind body medicine in health care. Julie Staples has worked as the Research Director at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) since 1996. The rising credibility of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is due in part to high quality studies being… Read more »

Saybrook Dean bringing support to children suffering from PTSD in Gaza


James Gordon, M.D., Dean of Saybrook University’s College of Mind-Body Medicine, has announced that he will launch a training effort for over 300 health and mental health professionals, community leaders, and educators in Gaza City.  This training in Mind-Body Medicine techniques is designed to help address the overwhelming mental health needs of children in the… Read more »