Dissolving Pain and Anxiety with the Power of Attention
An Interview with the Authors of "Dissolving Pain"
Les Fehmi and Jim Robbins with Susan Shor Fehmi




Photo of TIMES SQUARE, 4:30 PM on October 14, 2010


Discover the simple technique that you can use anywhere, anytime to reduce pain and anxiety, get unstuck, enjoy mental clarity, and feel relaxed and free.

"The techniques described in this book can make life fuller, more enjoyable, and more productive."

-- Andrew Weil, MD


What if you could spend 20 minutes applying a new technique so you could relax and de-stress after a long day at work, or clear your head before a crucial business meeting?

Perhaps you're like one of the thousands of people who have made their way to the Fehmi's, and found relief from
  • anxiety
  • back pain, migraines
  • ADD, ADHD
  • food allergies
  • fears, worries, phobias
  • relationship difficulties.

Or maybe you have more in common with the professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, the LPGA and PGA who have beaten a path to Princeton...you share an interest in peak performance.

HOW you pay Attention determines the quality of your emotional and physical health, yet most of us aren't even aware that we have a choice. In this interview with Les Fehmi and Jim Robbins, authors of "DISSOLVING PAIN", you'll get a brief review of attention styles and how they each relate to activity in your brain, in your emotions and in your body.

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These Are Your Experts

Les Fehmi, PhD
Les Fehmi is Director of the Princeton Biofeedback Center. He is a a pioneer in the field of biofeedback and neurofeedback. For over four decades, Les Fehmi has been active as a psychologist in private practice, a sought-after speaker, a biofeedback trainer, and a consultant for such organizations as Harvard Medical School, Johnson & Johnson, the Dallas Cowboys, and the New Jersey Nets. He holds an MA and a PhD from UCLA and completed his post-doctoral fellowship at UCLA's Brain Research Institute. He is the coauthor of The "Open-Focus Brain: Harnessing the Power of Attention to Heal Mind and Body" and "Dissolving Pain: Simple Brain-Training Exercises for Overcoming Chronic Pain."

Jim Robbins
Jim Robbins is a freelance journalist who writes regularly for the science section of The New York Times. His work has also appeared in Discover, Smithsonian, Audubon, and many other national magazines. Jim is the coauthor of The "Open-Focus Brain: Harnessing the Power of Attention to Heal Mind and Body" and "Dissolving Pain: Simple Brain-Training Exercises for Overcoming Chronic Pain." He is the author of "Symphony in the Brain", in which he traces the fascinating story of the development of biofeedback. From a review by Publisher's Weekly: "If you thought biofeedback was a passing fad, freelance journalist Robbins will enlighten you. Far from a 1970s fringe treatment, neurofeedback (as it has been renamed) is being used to treat everything from autism and fetal alcohol syndrome to attention deficit disorder, manic-depression, stroke and menopausal symptoms. Despite numerous accounts of dramatic improvements of patients afflicted with a wide variety of conditions, the pharmaceutically oriented medical community is only now beginning to acknowledge its effectiveness."

Susan Shor Fehmi, MSW
Susan Shor Fehmi is a licensed social worker in NJ & NY, Executive Director Princeton Biofeedback Centre, LLC has been teaching OPEN FOCUS™ and neurofeedback for over twenty five years, specializing in multichannel, phase synchrony brain wave training. She has long been interested in the integration of neurofeedback, attention training, and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

BOOK LAUNCH Interview
Please send me the Free mp3
"Dissolving Pain"
Book Launch

with the Authors
Les Fehmi and Jim Robbins
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