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Hollywood loves SA doc's therapy
by Rowan Philp
Times Live - South Africa Translate This Article
25 June 2011
On 25 June 2011 Times Live - South Africa reported:
Dr Norman Rosenthal, who left South Africa in the 1970s when he was 26, recently reported research results showing that war veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) showed a 50% reduction in symptoms after two months of Transcendental Meditation practice. The results were published this month in the US journal Military Medicine.
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Now a professor at Georgetown Medical School in Washington DC, Dr Rosenthal, 61, said Transcendental Meditation could also offer healing to thousands of South Africans traumatised by apartheid and criminal violence.
The article describes Dr Rosenthal's book, Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation, which describes this and other research on PTSD, and also features interviews with Paul McCartney, film director Martin Scorsese, and actress Laura Dern. Also noted is the launch of a campaign by director David Lynch to train 10,000 US war veterans in TM.
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