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Friday, August 13, 2010

Udo Stadtsbuchler: Interview with psychotherapist and cancer survivor

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes is proud to host psychotherapist and cancer survivor Udo Stadtsbuchler on August 15 at 5 pm eastern. Stadtsbuchler will be talking about the mind-body connection and behavioral medicine.

Udo Stadtsbuchler is Austrian, happily married and residing in Spain. He is a psychotherapist, but recently retired after a very long and successful career, which took him to South Africa and other parts of southern Africa where he spent much of his life.
1995 he went to Switzerland and two years later to England, but missing the African sunshine he chose the next best thing and settled with his wife on the Costa del Sol in Spain.

Professionally Udo combines humanistic psychotherapy with other therapies such as neuro and psycholinguistics, and various energy therapies. He is a great believer in the power of thought and mind. He is also a keen advocate of psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), previously known as behavioral medicine.

In his practice Udo dealt with a wide range of conditions and issues; from mental and anxiety disorders to discordant relationships, and from self development to anger management. He developed his own therapy called Applied Body and Mind Dynamics (ABMD).

Over the past 10 years Udo studied and involved himself in the phenomenon of happiness; the philosophies, psychology and the biology of it. Happiness became to him the highest value feeling and the ultimate good. He began teaching it and recently published his first book, Happiness Discovered, the sum total of all his findings and insights in this subject.

A few months ago Udo was diagnosed with cancer for the second time in his life. The first time – six years ago - one of his kidneys had to be removed. This time Udo resolved to use his own powers, diet and the use of supplements to master this challenge. On August 25 he will see the oncologist to hear how successful he was so far. His short term goal is to halt the progress of the illness; long term he plans to be cured.
You can follow his progress by going to
http://udo-mindmatters.blogspot.com You can also visit his website www.abmd.eu

Tune in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on August 15 at 5:00 pm eastern to learn more about the mind-body connection. psychotherapist and cancer survivor Udo Stadtsbuchler. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to talk to Reverend Smith call (347) 324-3745 or Skype is available by using the click to talk on the show page.. The interactive chat room is also available.

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