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Pioneering health psychology researcher visits New Zealand

Pioneering health psychology researcher visits New Zealand

Internationally acclaimed author, health psychology researcher and osteopath Phil Parker arrives in New Zealand today, to talk about his ground-breaking work.

Parker is a key-note speaker at Osteopaths New Zealand Conference 2017, the largest osteopathic conference ever held in Australasia. The Conference takes place in Auckland from 8 to 10 September 2017, and features expert speakers in the areas of elite sport, health psychology, chronic pain and osteopathic treatment.

Parker will also be touring New Zealand to deliver seminars and workshops about the Lightning Process, Life Skills: Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Salutogenics: Language as Medicine. His ten-day tour (11-21 September 2017) includes speaking engagements in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Timaru and Dunedin. For full details: http://lightningprocess.com/nz/.

Parker is the architect of ground-breaking programme The Lightning Process and has built up an internationally recognised practice in London, where he works with people from all walks of life, including celebrities, elite sport and business people. Actor and singer Martine McCutcheon has recently used Phil Parker’s Lightning Process to help overcome chronic fatigue syndrome and depression. Phil has also worked with Austin Healey (English Rugby International) and Mary King (Olympic horsewoman).

Parker says, “I’ve always believed that almost anything is possible. So when, in the 1990s, I was asked to find a new way to help people who were incredibly stuck with their health issues, I eagerly began researching into how we might use the brain-body connection effectively.”

“My background as an osteopath and personal development expert provided me with an opportunity to approach health issues, and ways to make changes in our health, from a totally new perspective. That research resulted in me designing The Lightning Process® (LP),” said Parker.

The LP is a ground-breaking programme has been used by Parker and his team for the past 18 years to optimise personal performance and help with many different conditions, including, chronic pain, Multiple Sclerosis, depression and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME). Recently, New Zealand based practitioners have been working successfully with clients using LP.

The LP is a unique and innovative way to promote positive health and wellbeing through the science of how the brain and body interact. It gives individuals practical tools to positively influence their lives and health, by breaking destructive cycles of behaviour and forging new neural pathways.

Phil Parker is currently completing his research PhD in the Psychology of Health. Based on this research, he has now developed non-12 Step programme ‘The Rediscovery Process’ (TRP), which helps to free people from long-term addictions, including alcohol, meth and other opiates.

PHIL PARKER is an internationally recognised lecturer, therapist and innovator in the field of personal development. He trained as an osteopath and is the acclaimed author of many books, including Get The Life You Love NOW (Hay House). Phil has been lecturing in NLP, Self-hypnosis and Hypnosis, Life Coaching and Osteopathy, at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, since the late 1980s. Phil has transformed the lives of thousands of people through his pioneering Lightning Process® work and at his London clinic, where he researches and designs programmes, and trains students. Phil regularly contributes to various publications and lives with his family in the UK.

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