Mr. Atwater, associated with TMI since 1977, became the Brainmapping Project Coordinator in September of 1988. He began his presentation to the 1989 Professional Seminar by reviewing the origins of TMI’s entry into this field.
Dr. Lundgren is a transpersonal psychotherapist and researcher, licensed marriage, family, and child counselor, certified hypnotherapist, and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) facilitator. She brings her background in business, psychology, and spirituality together to counsel, teach, and write.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of alpha-frequency binaural-beat stimulation combined with alpha biofeedback on alpha-frequency brain-wave production and subjective experience of mental and physical relaxation.
Susan Consolloy is a practicing physical therapist and clinical hypnotherapist and uses hypnotherapy as well as other alternative modalities as an adjunct to physical therapy. She treats a wide variety of neurologically and orthopedically impaired individuals at the Taos Living Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in northern New Mexico.
Mohammad Sadigh is assistant director of psychology and psychophysiological services at the Gateway Institute, a center for pain and stress management. He practices psychotherapy and biofeedback and is in charge of the neuropsychological laboratory.
Laura Batchelor is an educational therapist in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri, specializing in creative/vocational expression, spiritual development, Jungian theory, and transitions. In this study, Ms. Batchelor demonstrates the effects of Hemi-Sync® on both the “inner” and “outer” game of golf. She has been a member of the Professional Division since April 1990.
For more than thirty years science has been studying brain waves in an attempt to understand human behavior better. Now, after twenty-five years of research with HemiSync, investigations at The Monroe Institute are beginning to reveal patterns of mind-brain activity activated by the Hemi-Sync process.