May 2011 Newsletter

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I hope this finds all of you well. This newsletter will be a little shorter than normal, but there are also some events and news I am happy to share with you all. In this edition:

  1. June Peer Supervision Teleconference
  2. Dr. Schubiner Practitioner Training, Dec 6-7, 2011
  3. Final installment of the Wiki's interview with Dr. Schubiner



June Peer Supervision Teleconference

The TMS Wiki is in the process of lining up the guest speaker for the June Teleconference, but as of today there is not a definitive time and date. Most likely it will be the 2nd Saturday of June, June 11, from 1:00 to 2:30, ET.

Dr. Howard Schubiner Practitioner Training

From December 6-7, 2011 Dr. Howard Schubiner conducting professional training for medical and mental health practitioners on how to diagnosis and treat patients with PPD. The training is part of the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine Conference in Hilton Head, SC. Dr. Schubiner is the founder and director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital, the author of Unlearn Your Pain and has completed a randomized control trial testing the effectiveness of the PPD approach on treating fibromyalgia. For more information please visit the NICABM website at .

If you are interested in practitioner training visit the wiki page at Practitioner Training . The page also lists Georgie Oldfield's training, conducted through the organization SIRPA. (This training is taking place from May 11-14 in Huddersfield, England. For more information please visit .) Currently there is not a significant amount of other information on the page, but we will update it whenever we learn of something.

The TMS Wiki Interview with Dr. Schubiner

The following is the third and final installment of the interview with Dr. Schubiner. This section focuses on treatment and therapy approaches. The Wiki would like to thank Dr. Schubiner for agreeing to this interview and his continued support in our organization. In addition I would like to thank Eric Sherman, Alan Gordon, Barbra Kline, and Colleen Perry.

To read the interview visit the page: Interview with Howard Schubiner

DISCLAIMER: The TMS Wiki is for informational and support purposes only and does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment recommendations. See Full Disclaimer.