Holistic Healthcare Researchers to Present Findings at Unity Village

Holistic Healthcare Researchers to Present Findings at Unity Village Jerry Wesch, PhD and Sharon Wesch, PhD have worked with over 1,000 military personnel coping with PTSD (post traumatic stress syndrome) for over six years at the Fort Hood base in Texas. Using holistic “multi-modal” treatments Jerry, Sharon and their therapy team have achieved statistically significant positive clinical results in treating PTSD.
They will be speaking on their experiences, methods and results at the International Society for Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) 22nd Annual Conference in Unity Village, MO from June 12-14. The ISSSEEM Conference will include presentations and forums by over 45 holistic healthcare researchers and practitioners. There is growing evidence that holistic therapeutic approaches are beneficial for treating autism, cancer, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and other ailments. Holistic healthcare attempts to treat the whole person, “spirit, mind and body,” rather than the body alone. The ISSSEEM Conference will feature speakers who were at the forefront of holistic healthcare research and practice over 40 years ago and speakers who are currently doing groundbreaking research in the field.
One of the featured speakers is Dr. C. Norman Shealy, neurosurgeon, researcher, inventor, author, and founding President of the American Holistic Medicine Association. Other speakers include: Federico Faggin, who developed the world’s first microprocessor at Intel, founded a non-profit organization for scientific study of consciousness, and received the 2009 National Medal of Technology and Innovation; Dr. William Tiller, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Material Science and Engineering at Stanford University and psychoenergetics researcher; and Dr. Gladys Taylor McGarey, a holistic family physician for over 60 years and co-founder of the American Holistic Medical Foundation. Also featured at the conference are musicians noted for work in “sound healing” music: Grammy nominated musician Stephen Halpern and certified Gong Master Heidi Svoboda. Meditation, Tai Chi and Qigong sessions will be offered in the mornings before presentations and forums begin. A few of the topics to be explored at the ISSSEEM Conference are: “Exploring the Union of Science and Spirituality,” “The Relationship of Energy and Matter,” “Discovering the Power of Human Intention,” “Whole Person Caring,” “Self Healing Skills,” “Digital Energy Medicine,” “Swasthya Yoga,” and “What Wild Animals Can Teach Us about Subtle Energies.”
There are three Friday afternoon sessions (June 13) from 2:00 – 9:00 p.m. that are open to those who cannot attend the full three-day conference. The Friday sessions are: Steven Halpern on “sound healing,” Jerry and Sharon Wesch on their work at Ft. Hood, and Dr. Gladys McGarey on “pre-birth consciousness.” Tickets for the three-session Friday event can be obtained through: http://TGIFwithISSSEEM.ezevent.com.
Staff members of Veterans Hospitals are offered complimentary admission to the Wesch presentation on treating PTSD on Friday, June 13 at 4 p.m. Staff members of Veterans Hospitals need only bring ID badges or cards to receive free admission to the Wesch presentation. For more information on the ISSSEEM Conference and how to register, go to their website: www.issseem.org/conference.html.

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