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The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine was founded in Connecticut in 1987 to establish practitioner-oriented conferences and seminars for health care providers, specifically on the interface between health and psychology. We recognize the realities all practitioners face each day and the need for innovative solutions. – more... Because of this, the Institute is most well known for its emphasis upon programs with "take-home" ideas. We take great pride in searching out a multidisciplinary faculty of the world's most remarkable care givers to create an unparalleled learning experience. If you are a busy practitioner looking to enhance your own practice in mind/body medicine, then we invite you to join us at our December conference at Hilton Head. The Psychology of Health, Immunity, and Disease conference provides a face-to-face experience with world-renown speakers, who bring the on-line continuing education courses to life. From researched methods in hypnosis and mindfulness meditation to current topics in energy psychology, creativity, and trauma, you will find dynamic conference sessions vital to your practice as you make international connections that will last for years to come. With relaxed, continuing education conference sessions for practitioner training, there will be time to share expertise and concerns with other colleagues. You will not only hone your own repertoire of skills to improve client applications, but you will meet others whose ideas, questions, and conversation foster continued exploration and reflection. With practitioners learning together in this community setting, we continue with our common quest to more effectively use the ancient healing traditions that speak to modern medical challenges. The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine supports the integration of mind/body and behavioral medicine with Western medicine. NICABM does not advocate the use of alternative and/or complementary medicine in lieu of conventional medicine. NICABM supports the thoughtful consideration of the research and efficacy of behavioral medicine and, where appropriate, the application and integration of these treatment modalities. – lessMore from ZoomInfo »

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Intern / Graphic Designer (Former Employee), Storrs, CTMay 18, 2014