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Behavioral Medicine and Medical Hypnosis PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kimberly Jennery   
Wednesday, 17 October 2007

Eileen has been trained in the use of hypnosis. Where behavioral medicine has shown medical hypnosis to be effective, she uses it to alleviate or significantly reduce some symptoms associated with certain medical problems

She also directs a clinic where therapists that she trains and supervises use hypnosis for relief of symptoms for irritable bowel syndrome.

Eileen trained with Olaffur Pallson, PH.D. at the University of North Carolina Gastric Disorders Clinic, as well as Peter Whorwell, M.D. of the University of Manchester (England)  who did the original research showing hypnotherapy to be 65-70% effective in eliminating or significantly relieving the symptoms of  irritable bowel syndrome.

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