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Live Internet radio interview with Dr Norman Rosenthal - Monday 19 September
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17 September 2011
Popular radio show host Greg Giesen will interview special guest Dr. Norman Rosenthal live on Internet radio on Monday 19 September.
Dr Rosenthal is a renowned psychiatrist and bestselling author whose latest book, published in June, is Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation.
Joining Dr Rosenthal in the one-hour interview will be Laurina and Bolton Carroll, directors of the Transcendental Meditation program in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, USA. Also featured in the interview will be Olivia Lopez, who has worked in California teaching TM to inner city school students.
The live interview will be featured on Mr Giesen's 'Mondays at 3 Show' on Castle Rock Radio.
Live broadcast schedule:
Monday, 19 September
3:00pm (US MT) — 11:00pm Central Europe Time
Live streaming broadcast and replays: www.greggiesen.com/talkradio.html
Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D. is a celebrated author and professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical School. For 20 years he was a senior researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). He has spent three decades conducting medical research, first at Columbia University and then at NIMH. He now heads his own research organization, specializing in pharmaceutical trials. Famous for pioneering the study and treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), his focus recently turned to the Transcendental Meditation technique.'
Dr Rosenthal's new book, Transcendence, and his latest promising research on Transcendental Meditation and veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) are profiled in a recent indepth article in The Huffington Post:
''Occasionally, an important scientific discovery comes along that surprises the scientists themselves. A world-renowned psychiatrist is speaking out about just such a discovery—or rather, rediscovery: a powerful antidote, he believes, for many of our modern woes, a way to help overcome stress and stress-related disorders while opening a new window to the potentialities of the human brain.
''It is not a new drug or nanotechnology, but a simple mental technique from an ancient tradition of meditation, revived by a yogi and taught quietly to millions around the world for the past 50 years.''
Click here to read the full article on Huffington Post, which includes a short video of Dr Rosenthal speaking about the effects of Transcendental Meditation in relieving traumatic stress.
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