San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Dr Rumi Peynovska is involved in clinical research studying the effectiveness of hypnotherapy as part of the standard head and neck radiotherapy cancer treatment,
and on Wednesday Evening 13th March 6.30pm - 9.30pm, Dr Peynovska will sharing how to harness the powder of your mind for massive health, and you will discover:
-How to get rid of unhealthy thinking patterns
-How to recognise stress
-How to manage stress
-How to relax, with practical examples of what to do
-The benefits of a balanced healthy diet to our mental well being
-How to maximise our enjoyment of life
-The true definition of health- a status of complete physical, mental and social well being, not just the absence of disease and infirmity
Dr Peynovska lectures on the medical uses of hypnosis and was instrumental in setting up and running the NHS Hypnotherapy Clinic at Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial Healthcare Trust, London, UK. Rumi is a firm supporter of the notion that by harnesing the power of our mind we are much better equipped to overcome disease and achieve a state of inner balance and health. She also sees that the food we eat, the mood we are in and our gut feelings are all intrinsically linked.
At present, Rumi is involved in clinical research studying the effectiveness of hypnotherapy as part of the standard head and neck radiotherapy cancer treatment, as well as continuing to practise as a therapist.
Rumi conducts regular workshops on the uses of hypnosis for health and overcoming disease.
Dr Peynovska is the editor of the European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis and a council member of the section of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine, UK
Dr Rumi Peynovska MD, MSc - started her professional life as a medical doctor with a postgraduate qualification and a special interest in Neuroscience related to Psychiatry. Later, she trained in Hypnotherapy and spent the last ten years of her professional life implementing hypnosis into standard medical practice, both as an NHS and an independent practitioner.