Dr. Henry Grayson is a scientific, spiritual, mindbody psychologist who founded and directed the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York City. He is the author of Mindful Loving (in it’s twentieth printing), the best selling Sounds True Audio Series, The New Physics of Love, as well as co-author of three professional books. Dr. Grayson integrates diverse psychotherapies with neuroscience, quantum physics, subtle energies with Eastern and Western spiritual mindfulness. He practices in New York City and Connecticut.
Dr. Henry Grayson is on the cutting edge of mind/body/spirit psychology. The founder of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York City, Dr. Grayson was a Protestant minister before receiving his Ph.D. in psychology from Boston University and post-doctoral certification in psychoanalysis from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. This rich background led him to his work in spiritually based, mind body energy psychology and his creation of Synergetic Therapy.
He is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York; the Founder and Director of the Institute for Spirituality, Science and Psychotherapy; and continues to appear in numerous documentaries and PBS specials. He has studied neuropsychology, the major psychotherapies, the new power therapies, quantum physics and Eastern and Western spiritual philosophies. He is the author of Use Your Body to Heal Your Mind: Revolutionary Methods to Release All Barriers to Health, Healing and Happiness, Mindful Loving: 10 Practices for Creating Deeper Connections and the best selling CD Audio Series for Sounds True,The New Physics of Love: The Power of Mind & Spirit in Relationships. His academic titles include Three Psychotherapies: A Clinical Comparison, Short Term Approaches to Psychotherapy, and Changing Approaches To The Psychotherapies. In addition, he is the co-chairman of the PTSD division of the Stand Up For Your Troops Foundation.
Dr. Grayson’s professional affiliations include: Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, Diplomat of the American Board of Professional Psychology; member of the American Psychological Association, The New York State Psychological Association, The Connecticut Psychological Association, The Association for Transpersonal Psychology, The Institute of Noetic Sciences, The Society for the Scientific Study of Subtle Energies Medicine, EMDR International Association, a former Board Member of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, and is the Founder and Past President of the Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy. Diplomat of The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology
This webinar provides a summary of clinical cases seen in an integrative psychiatry practice. This seminar explores an integrative approach to mental health by evaluating laboratory values of blood and urine to determine interventions that affect the course of treatment of depression, anxiety, OCD and A(D)HD. The goal of the webinar is to help clinicians understand the underlying metabolic imbalances that may be related to the development of mood and anxiety disorders.
Rehabilitation and Community Integration of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities:
The First Ten Years and Beyond
October 13-14, 2010
Hotel Dan Caesarea, Israel
The primary goal of the mental health services is to support personal recovery. Dr. Mike Slade looks to the future to see what the next ten years may bring in understanding personal recovery in an international context
Participants: Dr. Mike Slade
Filming was sponsored by ISPRA, Israel Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association , University of Haifa and The Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research
On 31st October 2011, SRN launched the SRI 2 - the web tool we designed to help mental health services deliver recovery focused practice.
The launch event, held at Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth, was chaired by Hugh Masters, the Scottish Government's Nursing Officer for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing. We were delighted to be joined by Michael Matheson MSP, Minister for Public Health.
Here, Hugh Masters, launches the SRI 2 website and chairs a question and answer session from the audience and online with SRN Director Simon Bradstreet, SRI Lead William Ellis, James Kennedy, Practice Development Nurse, Integrated Mental Health Services & Learning Disability, NHS Tayside and James Dalrymple, Senior Nurse Practitioner at The Ayr Clinic.
There are also presentations from SRN Director Simon Bradstreet and from James Kennedy and James Dalrymple on their positive experiences of using the Scottish Recovery Indicator.
Lisa Hill tells us more about Sandwell's integrated community service. The service uses care co-ordinators who work with individuals with a range of complex needs, such as those with severe mental illness, to help them navigate and access a wide variety of primary care-based mental health and wellbeing services that support their needs.
The service is one of five demonstrator sites we are working with on our co-ordinated care project.