Dr. Chaikin has a special interest in the applications of an integral psychology and is assisting clients to handle difficulties in their lives and evolve their awareness through a biopsychosocial model. Recently he has begun to incorporate altered states of consciousness into that model.
Laura Batchelor, an educational therapist practicing privately in St. Louis, Missouri, specializes in creative/vocational expression, spiritual development, Jungian theory, and transitions. She began introducing Hemi-Sync® into her work with clients in 1990 as a tool for accelerating the therapeutic process. In this excerpt from her presentation, Ms. Batchelor discusses the impact of Hemi-Sync on archetype emergence.
A major objective of Dr. Eaton’s application of Hemi-Sync is to “assist in the coming-of-age of the psychotherapeutic process.” The case histories are selected from Dr. Eaton’s experiences utilizing Hemi-Sync with two clients, and himself.
by James M. Thomas, Jr., Ph.D., and Charles F. Danley, B.A.
This presentation on the use of Hemi-Sync® in clinical psychology was divided into two basic parts: Hemi-Sync in a private practice and Hemi-Sync research in a residential facility for problem children.
Dr. Jonas is engaged in counseling psychology/creative therapies. She currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts, trains hospital staff in the use of music and Hemi-Sync with patients, and is a psychologist/sound therapist in a practice focused on clients with physical “dis-ease.” She has conducted research in hospitals demonstrating both music and Hemi-Sync effectiveness with surgery patients.
I have addressed the challenge of providing rapid treatment while increasing the client’s self-understanding by using The Monroe Institute® Hemi-Sync tapes. This article gives a few examples of how this method has worked over the last three years.
In this paper based on her presentation at the 1995 Professional Seminar, Reverend Lindsey defines dissociative identity disorder (DID) and describes her therapeutic treatment style. She then discusses some outcomes of adding Hemi-Sync audioguidance tools to this repertoire and the potentials for—and drawbacks to—Hemi-Sync intervention with DID clients.
by James Akenhead, EdD, and Charlene Akenhead, EdD
Drawing on their presentation at the 1993 Professional Seminar, Jim and Charlene explore how the Hemi- Sync technology may be used to manage style in task-, relationship-, and group-oriented situations. Seminar participants completed a personal style profile as part of this exploration.