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From time to time, Kishor is able to offer Pro-bono Reiki and Advanced Hypnotherapy Sessions and Self-Hypnosis Instruction via Hospital Support Projects and Outreach Programs, subject to availability.

What can we help you with?

  • Emotions
  • Fears
  • Imagery and Visualisation
  • Pain Control
  • Relaxation
  • Self-confidence
  • Self-Hypnosis Instruction
  • Sleep Improvement
  • Stress Management and Stress Relief Workshops

as well as many other issues and challenges.

'Mystical Mumbo Jumbo' Gains Wider Acceptance From Hospitals, Doctors - They are doing Reiki therapy, which claims to heal through invisible energy fields. Fox News 08 06 09

"Reiki is part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)." National Institutes of Health, NCCAM Publication No. D315

"Reiki in the community
Reiki is a complementary therapy. In Australia, it is currently being provided in many hospitals, nursing homes, palliative care hospices and community service settings. The system of reiki works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to support the relief of side effects, reduce pain and promote wellness." Reiki - Better Health Channel (from Victorian government, Australia).

Effects of Reiki on Stress

"Complementary therapies such as Reiki are becoming popular. Reiki is a practice used for relaxation and pain management that involves physical touch and social contact with a trained, empathetic practitioner. Unlike many relaxation therapies, Reiki requires no participation by the patient, a feature that makes Reiki particularly attractive in the hospital setting, where patients are often extremely anxious, depressed, in pain, or sedated."
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), NCT00346671

Reiki In The News: Reiki for Hospital Patients Found to Dramatically Decrease Pain and Stress

Mindfulness-based meditation helps with cancer

Controlled clinical trial intervention on mood, sleep and quality of life 

Mindfulness-based meditation could lessen some symptoms associated with cancer in teens, according to the results of a clinical trial intervention. Mindfulness-based meditation focuses on the present moment and the connection between the mind and body. Adolescents living with cancer face not only the physical symptoms of their condition, but also the anxiety and uncertainty related to the progression of the disease, the anticipation of physical and emotional pain related to illness and treatment, the significant changes implied in living with cancer, as well as the fear of recurrence after remission. Catherine Malboeuf-Hurtubise of the university's Department of Psychology presented the findings at the American Psychosomatic Society Meeting. University of Montreal and its affiliated CHU Sainte-Justine children's hospital. 032014

"They reported a 72 percent decrease in stress levels and 60 percent less pain after receiving Reiki. These are remarkable reductions in pain." Meredith Kendall, MSN, RN, Franklin Memorial Hospital

"At University Medical Center and the Arizona Cancer Center, oncology social worker Marsha Drozdoff leads patients, caregivers and volunteer Reiki practitioners in implementing Reiki to reduce pain and stress and to help speed healing." The University of Arizona, UA News

"Dr Ann Baldwin, PhD is a physiologist (and a Reiki practitioner) who studies emotional and environmental stress, how it increases vulnerability to disease and how its damaging effects might be neutralized. Dr Baldwin has documented the effects of Reiki on Reiki practitioners, measuring changes in blood flow, skin conductance and heart-rate variability." The University of Arizona College of Medicine News

"Reiki ... is simple and it works." Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine 

"Integrative medicine like aromatherapy, acupuncture, Reiki and guided imagery are offered in conjunction with traditional medicine." Hospitals, For Patients, More Comfort and a Bigger Dose of Respect. Article by Kate Stone Lombardi, New York Times, 17 February 2008

"Reiki practitioners can be found through other alternative or complementary health care providers. Reiki practitioners often work in hospitals and health clinics as well." Office of Health Education and Promotion, The University of New Hampshire

"Reiki treats the whole person." Energy Medicine Reiki, Integrative Therapies Program For Children With Cancer, Columbia University Medical Center

"Caring, love in Reiki at hospital applies to all denominations" Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth, NH

"More than 100 hospitals in the United States have full-time Reiki practitioners ... and statistics from those hospitals indicate Reiki patients use less pain medication and have shorter hospital stays than other patients."  Kearney Hub 25 Aug 2008

Hospitals bolster patient care with integrative approach

An integrative medicine and wellness program is focused on treating the whole person - mind, body and spirit.
Stamford Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness; Greenwich Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine; Norwalk Hospital.
Greenwich Time, 21 Oct 2008

The Cancer Resource Center offers free programs and support groups (including Reiki) for those with a cancer diagnosis and their families. The Times of Northwest Indiana

"... through such methods as massage and yoga and Reiki and tai chi and art therapy, through the professional direction of nutritionists and psychologists, cancer also can be fought away from all the IV drips." The Caring Place an invaluable space, Las Vegas Review-Journal 

The Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Hospice is holding its fourth annual Hearts of Remembrance Children's Day: A Celebration of Life (including Reiki therapy). The Hub

Hospital to offer Cancer Series classes (including Reiki ... "to assist oncology treatment and aftercare.") Newport News-Times , 30 July 2008

More hospitals offer alternative therapies for mind, body, spirit (including Reiki). USA Today

New Facility Helps Patients Deal With Cancer (inc. Reiki treatments).
KLAS Las Vegas

Conference (a program designed to help cancer patients) will focus on complimentary care to keep patients thriving and surviving [including Reiki], The Sentinel 17 August 2008

Integrative Oncology: Incorporating Complementary Medicine into Conventional Cancer Care (Current Clinical Oncology) by Lorenzo Cohen and Maurie Markman [complementary therapy including Reiki, energy healing]

THE HEALER, article about Reiki energy-healing, Asbury Park Press 2 August 2008

As more consumers become aware of medical alternatives to health and healing, physicians and other health professionals face the challenge of deciding what procedures, modalities, and therapies might be incorporated into their practice or recommended for patients to consider through alternative health practitioners. According to a survey by Jackson & Coker, a significant number of healthcare providers are using some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to enhance their own health and well-being, or they have introduced certain facets of alternative medicine into their patient care. 

Source: Jackson & Coker

"A growing number of women and men are finding answers to their health questions in integrative medicine, a comprehensive approach to health and wellness that enhances the best conventional medicine with a mind-body-spirit approach to both illness and health. Patients who take this approach typically feel better and have better outcomes." Integrative Medicine: Caring for the Whole Person, Duke University Medical Center, Duke Center for Integrative Medicine, August 2001

Cancer center provides support [including Reiki - "Reiki restores energy, balance and vitality by relieving the physical and emotional effects of unreleased stress."] The Times of Northwest Indiana 9 August 2008

Even physicians who subscribe to only conventional medical therapies have an ethical obligation to help their patients who are considering non-traditional [Alternative Medicine] treatments, Duke University Medical Center physicians say in the Journal of the American Medical Association. 11 November 1998

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