When

Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM GMT
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Where

Glasgow Art Club 
185 Bath Street
Glasgow G2 4HU
United Kingdom
 

 
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Contact

David R Hamilton PhD 
Dr David R Hamilton Ltd 
 
events@drdavidhamilton.com 
 

How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body

At this inspiring, informative, and entertaining talk, you'll learn all the ways that your mind can impact your body, from how the placebo effect works and the healing effects of belief, to how emotion can impact the heart and immune system, even to how visualisation techniques can physically shape brain circuits and impact the body. David will also share some practical strategies used by people around the world that helped facilitate their recoveries from injury, illness and disease and you will learn the exact principles incolved. David will also share visualisation strategies that have been shown to enhance the immune system and that have been used in clinical trials for cancer patients.

The price for this talk is 13.50

(If you wish to book more than one place, please make a separate booking for each person).

If you have any questions regarding this workshop, please e-mail events@drdavidhamilton.com

 

About David: After completing his PhD, Dr David Hamilton worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 4 years, developing medicines for cardiovascular disease and cancer. Inspired by the placebo effect - how people in drug trials who receive placebos often experience the same improvements as those on the actual drugs - he resigned from the industry to study and teach the mind-body connection. David is now author of 10 books, including, 'How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body', the Amazon No.1 bestseller, 'I Heart Me: The Science of Self-Love', 'The 5 Side Effects of Kindness', and 'The Little Book of Kindness'. David is a columnist and the Kindness Tsar for Psychologies Magazine. He has also been a guest on Channel 4's, 'Sunday Brunch Live', in the UK, and been featured on CBS Sunday Morning in the USA. David is also featured in the Netflix documentary, HEAL.