Next Week in Your Practice Excerpt

An Excerpt from a Next Week in Your Practice Video

by Ruth Buczynski, PhD
with Joan Borysenko, PhD,
and Bill O’Hanlon, MS

I hope you enjoyed hearing the kind of practical insights we share in the Next Week in Your Practice sessions. In addition to what you learn in the webinars, these videos featuring Joan Borysenko, PhD, and Bill O’Hanlon, MS, and me will arm you with numerous techniques and exercises you can use with your clients right away.

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About the Author:

Ruth Buczynski

Ruth Buczynski, PhD, Licensed Psychologist and President of the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine. Since 1989, Ruth has combined her commitment to mind/body medicine with a savvy business model. As president of The National Institute for the Clinical Application for Behavioral Medicine, she’s been a leader in bringing innovative training and professional development programs to thousands of health and mental health care practitioners throughout the world.

Successfully sponsoring distance-learning programs and annual conferences for over 20 years, she’s now expanded into the “cloud.” During the past 6 years, she’s developed intelligent and thoughtfully researched webinars to bring life-changing resources to people around the world.