Dr Paul J. Rosch website
is Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at New York Medical College, Honorary Vice President of the International Stress Management Association and has served as Chair of its U.S. branch. He completed his internship and residency training at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and subsequently at the Walter Reed Army Hospital and Institute of Research, where he was Director of the Endocrine Section in the Department of Metabolism. He had a Fellowship at the Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery at the University of Montreal with Dr. Hans Selye, who originated the term “stress” as it is currently used, and has co-authored works with Dr. Selye as well as Dr. Flanders Dunbar, who introduced the term, “psychosomatic” into American medicine.
Dr. Rosch was the 1998-99 President of The Pavlovian Society, an organization of distinguished international scientists devoted to integrating basic and clinical research and has been the recipient of many honors, including the Outstanding Physician’s Award of the New York State Medical Society, Man of the Year Award with a Congressional Citation, the Schering Award, and the International Distinguished Service Award of the American Rural Health Association. In 1985, he received an award from Dr. Michael E. DeBakey, President of the American Society for Contemporary Medicine and Surgery for “contributions to our understanding of stress, health, and disease”. The I.M. Sechenov Memorial Medal was bestowed on him in 1993 by The Russian Academy of Medical Sciences for similar reasons and for facilitating communication between stress researchers at his annual International Congress on Stress. He was also the recipient of the 2000 Innovation Award of The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine.
Dr. Rosch has served as President of the New York State Society of Internal Medicine, Chairman of the International Foundation for Biopsychosocial Development and Human Health, Expert Consultant on Stress to the United States Center for Disease Control, President, Westchester Diabetes Association, and President, Yonkers Academy of Medicine. He is a member of the Board of Governors of Northwood University, The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, Scientific Advisory Council of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Foundation, and has served as Consultant to the Mensana Clinic in Maryland, Biotonus Clinic in Switzerland, and other organizations involved in the delivery of health care. He has served as Clinical Professor of Medicine in Psychiatry at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine and is on the International Advisory Committee, School of Psychology and Social Science, Universidad de Flores in Buenos Aires. He is a Fellow and Life Member of the American College of Physicians, Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners, Emeritus Member of The Endocrine Society, Emeritus Member of The Bioelectromagnetics Society, Fellow of the Council of Epidemiology of the American Heart Association, Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Fellow of the Council on Geriatric Cardiology, Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Sciences, and Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine. He was unanimously elected in 1999 as a Full Member of the prestigious Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, one of only six foreigners who have received this honor in the past twenty years. Dr. Rosch is Senior Consultant in Internal Medicine and Honorary Emeritus Physician at St. John’s Riverside Hospital in Yonkers, New York, and has a Workers Compensation Subspecialty Rating in Cardiology, Endocrinology, and Metabolic Diseases.
Dr. Rosch was Editor of Stress Medicine, published by John Wiley & Sons in England, Associate Editor of The International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, and International Journal of Stress Management, and has served or serves on the Editorial Board of many publications including the Journal of Human Stress, International Journal of Psychosomatics, Cardiovascular Reviews and Reports, Comprehensive Therapy, Journal of Human Behavior, and Health Inform; Essential Information on Alternative Health Care. He has organized and presided over the annual International Congress on Stress since 1988, which has featured state of the art presentations on all aspects of stress, as well as cutting edge research in relevant areas of Bioelectromagnetic and Alternative Medicine.
Dr. Rosch has authored the Wellsprings of Health section of Creative Living and is Editor of Health and Stress, the monthly Newsletter of the American Institute of Stress. He has written extensively over the past forty-five years on the role of stress in health and illness, with particular reference to cardiovascular disease and cancer, and problems associated with job stress. In recent years, much of his attention has focused on the psychophysiologic effects of subtle energies, and especially the clinical use of magnetic field therapies. He is co-author of The Doctors Guide To Instant Stress Relief, Magnet Therapy, DeStress, Weigh Less and Editor of Bioelectromagnetic Medicine published by Marcel Dekker, Inc. in 2004. He has appeared on numerous national and international television programs, including 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Nova, CBS, NBC, PBS, BBC and CBC network presentations. His editorials and comments have been published in major medical journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Journal of The American Medical Association, British Medical Journal and The Lancet. He has been interviewed and widely quoted in Time, Fortune, Newsweek, The Reader’s Digest, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, The London Times, and numerous other publications here and abroad. An International Institute of Stress Medicine was established in his honor in Mexico (Instituto Internacional de Medicine del Estrs Dr. Paul J. Rosch). (Source : website A.I.S. 2015).
Dr Francis de Riba website
is a clinical psychologist, certified biofeedback therapist and founder and director of the Center for Stress Control (CSC) in Geneva, Switzerland. CSC is an internationally recognized center dedicated to provide educational resources, techniques and training in managing the negative effects of stress on individuals, small groups, organizations and corporations. The Center now serves as a model for other centers that have opened in the Middle East, Italy and Switzerland.
Former Stress Counselor for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights from 2006 until 2011. He provided assistance for staff at HQ and in the field (Middle East, Latin America, and the Far East) in managing the effects of excessive and chronic stress. He also developed programs, self-help manuals and organized workshops to help staff enhance their job performance and heighten their personal effectiveness in the areas of communication, conflict management, team building, emotional intelligence and stress resiliency. Established a confidential online e-counseling service (using email) for UN staff members experiencing professional related issues, personal concerns, emotional problems or traumatic stress while working in the field. E-counseling provided staff with information, psychological advice and support when traditional health care services were not convenient, accessible or preferred. Fellow of the American Institute of Stress, he has been involved in clinical and experimental research on behavior modification and on models for identifying people at high risk to develop chronic stress-related disorders.
Author of a book on stress management entitled “La Réponse Apaisante au Stress” published by Jouvence (2003). Developed and published training manuals for the World Health Organization and the Geneva University Hospital on various mental health issues including insomnia, somatization, depression and anxiety. Collaborated with the Social Development Office, Royal Court, Kuwait and the World Health Organization concerning the establishment of a center for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorders in Kuwait. Member of the Biofeedback Society of America and the Biofeedback Society of New York, trained in clinical biofeedback at the New School of Social Research in New York, and completed the program in Advanced Training in Psychophysiological Therapy at the Menninger Foundation in Topeka, Kansas, USA. He also specializes in developing and presenting smoking cessation programs. He holds an Inter University diploma in tobacco control and withdrawal treatment from the University of Claude Bernard in Lyon, France. Currently conducts seminars and workshops on managing stress, emotional intelligence, burnout and smoking cessation for the Health Services of the City and State of Geneva, Switzerland. Previous clients included: the University of Geneva, banks (Crédit Suisse), private clinics (Biotonus Clinic Bon Port, Montreux), business groups (Centre de Perfectionnement des Cadres, Geneva), corporations (Caterpillar) and international organizations (United Nations, OCDE, World Economic Forum).
(Source : website C.F.S.C. 2015).
Jean Fourton website
is born in 1934 in Puy-en-Velay, France, he lived in North America after World War II. Upon returning to France, he worked as a journalist for several publications.
In 1958, at 24 years old, under the official patronage of the Ministère de la Reconstruction (Ministry of Reconstruction), he publishes in two volumes an 800-page encyclopedia on industrial decentralization in France (Panorama de la décentralisation).
Then he founded a printing office and a publishing house. He wrote U. S... et coutumes en France, a satire of Americans in France, published by Editions Rabelais and illustrated by Bernard Aldebert.
Between 1971 and 1980 he works with Jacques Lacan who was his own psychoanalyst. He becomes member of the École Freudienne de Paris (Freudian School of Paris) and starts working as a psychoanalyst.
In 1972 Roland Barthes is one of his teachers. He earns a doctorate in Education with a thesis on aggressiveness. He publishes a new book Agressivité utile ou dangereuse (Editions Tête de Feuilles) and participates in the production of five films on painless childbirth.
During 1975–1984: He meets Pierre Soulages, a French painter who encourages him to show his own paintings in Paris. Reviews will say "a new baroque has arrived". Then Jean Fourton will exhibit his paintings, sculptures and tapestries throughout the world. In this field he invents the art of stain-glass window associated with Aubusson tapestries, the "vitraux-tapisseries" (registered trademark and model) for the Mémorial des Déportations au Margeleix, in Puy-Malsignat and for the 12th-century chapel of Domeyrot in the Creuse department with an homage to Leonardo da Vinci. He obtains orders from French Government. Some of his works are in the Musée départemental de la Tapisserie d'Aubusson and in the Musée de la Franc-Maçonnerie in Paris.
In 1984 he discovers in Vienna the first book own by Sigmund Freud when he was a child. This book is important as it was the foundation of Freud works concerning interpretation of dreams. He publishes L'amour de la psychanalyse (Editions Souny).
Since 1970 he has given lectures in several universities, and in 2000 published fifteen of them under the general title of Surfaces à émouvoir (Ed. Clef)
In 2001, for his contribution to culture, after nomination by the French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, Jacques Chirac who was the President of France, awards Jean Fourton with the Ordre National du Mérite which is one of the three main distinctions in France.
Jean Fourton discovered that Sigmund Freud was a free-mason, and that nobody knew it. This is a discovery of interest for the history and daily clinical practice of psychoanalysis as it puts a new light on work and life of the creator of psychoanalysis. To fill in of a missing page in Freud's biography, he publishes in 2012 the first book on the subject which is now a reference: Freud franc-maçon (Editions Souny) soon to be published in English.
(Source : Wikipedia)
Dr Evgeny A. Yumatov pdf
is Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor at Department of Normal Physiology at I. M. Sechenov First
Moscow State Medical University,
Professor in chair of the General Radio Engineering Department of National Research University "MEI", Moscow, Russia.
Member of International Academy of Science (IAS).
Member of the Presidium of the Russian Branch of International Academy of Science.
- The psychophysics of human brain subjective activity
- Knowledge of the origin of the brain mental activity
- Remote-field manifestations of mental activity of the human brain
Professor Evgeny Antonovich Yumatov graduated in 1966 from the 1st Moscow Medical Institute. Sechenov. After finishing graduate school in 1969 EA Yumatov first started to read lectures on medical biophysics 1 MMI them. IM Sechenov. For many years, E. Yumatov read a full course of lectures on the normal physiology, which includes lectures on the fundamental physiology of functional systems of the various vital functions. However, EA Yumatov created elective "Social Psychophysiology", aimed at improving the social culture, morality and spirituality of students.
Along with teaching, EA Yumatov conducted multifaceted research. In 1972 he defended his thesis on respiratory physiology, revealing the fundamental principle of multiparametric control that characterizes the intra- and inter-system relationships in the body.
They became widely known work of EA Yumatova in the field of emotional stress. Results of experimental studies was the disclosure of the fundamental laws of physiological resistance to emotional stress. EA Yumatov first proved that the systemic organization of emotional stress, there are limitations of the central mechanisms of emotions and emotional stress. According to studies of emotional stress in 1987 EA Yumatov defended his doctoral thesis "The neurochemical mechanisms of resistance to emotional stress", which was recognized in the competition of MMA. IMSechenov the best doctoral thesis.
Professor EA Yumatov was a developer of integrated research programs with foreign research laboratories System study mechanisms of resistance to emotional stress. He repeatedly acted with scientific reports: Australia, England, Hungary, Germany, India, Poland, the USA, France, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, South Korea, Japan.
Academic Council put forward the EA Yumatova in 1990, 1991, 1996. State Prize of the USSR, the Russian Federation Government Prize for the development of basic and applied bases of resistance to emotional stress.
In the field of scientific and practical solutions for the most urgent problems - timely patient care EA Yumatov created based on the theory of functional systems of a new scientific direction "Informational Medicine". The practical embodiment of this concept was the creation and patenting of a number of original microprocessor-based electronic devices ("Health Guardians") for the alarm system of vital physiological functions of humans.
In recent years, EA Yumatov first began research priorities in the field of neuroscience fundamental problem - the nature of mental activity of the human brain. Based on original research conducted they put forward and published the conceptual ideas about the origin of the subjective activity of the brain.
EA Yumatov - co-author of 5 books and 14 monographs of a number of manuals, author of over 280 scientific papers, has a number of patents and invention certificates. Under his leadership, and defended six PhD theses.
EA Yumatov is a member of the expert council, a member of the editorial board of scientific journals, a member of a number of scholars and dissertation councils.
EA Yumatov elected: full member of the International Academy of Sciences (1993), a full member of the Academy of the preservation of life (1996), corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Technological Cybernetics of Ukraine (1998), a member of the International Association of stress prevention (ISMA). He was awarded medals of ENEA USSR gold Pavlovsky sign the International Academy of Sciences, Anokhin medal, the medal "In memory of the 850 anniversary of Moscow", many certificates of honor is "Excellent Health".
(Source: E. A. Yumatov)
Marion Schneider website
Her personal goal is the promotion of preventative and rehabilitative therapies to a key role in medicine and politics, as this is not only socially but also economically meaningful and necessary. This is the mission of her daily work and for this she also publishes articles, lectures and contributes at conferences and congresses.
Marion Schneider is the co-owner and CEO of Toskanaworld with its Hotel an der Therme Bad Sulza, Klinikzentrum Bad Sulza, Hotel Resort Schloss Auerstedt, Hotel an der Therme Hotel Bad Orb. She is the CEO of Toskana Therme Bad Sulza, Bad Schandau and Bad Orb, with its unique Liquid Sound. Ms. Schneider is Director of the non profit organization Ourchild Bad Sulza.
Together with Micky Remann she owns TTS Product & Service GmbH which sells medicinal technology, cosmetics and the unique technology of Liquid Sound. She is a co-founder of the state-approved School for Physical and Massage Therapists in Bad Sulza which offers 2 1⁄2 and 3 year full-time training to 200 students at a time in massage and physical therapy.
She is also Advisory board-member of “Common Purpose” in her state of Thüringen (Thuringia), the Corporate Health Improvement Program (CHIP), University of Arizona, of The American Spa Therapy and Education Certification Council (ASTECC), Florida, as well as of the Vision Spa Retreat, Missouri. More at www.toskanaworld.net and www.marionschneider.net.
Marion war born December 31st, 1956, and studied History, German Language and Literature and Ethnology in Marburg and Freiburg, Germany. 1978, she lived in the UK for a year. Together with the New York photographer Linda Troeller Marion published the book »The Erotic Lives of Women« in 1999 (Scalo, Basel/ New York) – see www.erotic-lives-of-women.com – which is accompanied by and exhibition first shown in Salzburg, later in Amsterdam, Berlin and Weimar and a CD with the same name.
Marion Schneider’s biography is in the Marquis »Who is Who in the World« und the index of »2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century« at the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge. In recognition of her contribution and services to medium-sized business, Marion was appointed to the Hessian-Thuringian State Council for Economic Affairs and was Entrepreneur of the year of her region, the Weimarer Land, in 2007. She is one of the founders of the Akademie des Mittelstandes which is seeking to improve economy and politics with new concepts.
Dr Paul J. Rosch
MD, MA, FACP, Founder of The American Institute of Stress
Dr Francis de Riba
PhD, Founder and Director of the Center for Stress Control
Psychoanalyst clinician, Writer, Humanist, Painter
Dr Evgeny A. Yumatov MD, Member of the Presidium of the Russian Branch of International Academy of Science
Co-owner and CEO of Toskanaworld with Toskana Therme and Klinikzentrum Bad Sulza