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July 23–25, 2014 Wednesday–Friday 2 nights
Continuing Education Credits

Use Your Body to Heal Your Mind

Henry Grayson
Henry Grayson

Henry Grayson, PhD, founder of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and the Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy, has studied Eastern and Western spiritual traditions, quantum physics, neuropsychology, most major psychotherapies, subtle energies, and new…
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For everyone.

In his research, psychologist Henry Grayson has found that despite the fact that people say they desire a healthy and happy life, virtually everyone subconsciously feels that they don’t deserve such a life. This negative mindset, often unconscious, has a direct impact on our ability to resist and overcome chronic illness, disease, and unhappiness.

Drawing from quantum physics, neuropsychology, world spiritual traditions, research on the effects of negative and positive emotions, and powerful new trauma-treatment methods (EFT, TFT, EMDR), Henry teaches highly effective ways to

  • Get to the root causes of problems, not just the symptoms
  • Identify and eliminate self-destructive or limiting beliefs and thought patterns
  • Clear common obstacles to healing, health, and happiness
  • Discover the limitless power of your higher self.

While it has long been known that the mind plays a primary role in sickness and healing, Henry has developed a revolutionary new approach to achieving optimal health based on removing old, encoded negative experiences, and then keeping the brain programmed toward peace instead of stress.

Recommended reading and listening Henry Grayson, Use Your Body to Heal Your Mind: Revolutionary Tools to Release All Barriers to Health, Healing, and Happiness (Balboa Publishing); Mindful Loving: 10 Practices for Creating Deeper Connections (Gotham); and The New Physics of Love: The Power of Mind and Spirit in Relationships CD set (Sounds True).

CE Credits
This program is eligible for
  • 10 credits for Psychologists (PSY), $30 additional charge
  • 10 credits for Social Workers (SW), $30 additional charge