Presentations and Outreach
Pursuant to its mission and goals, REBECOMING welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with institutions and organizations interested in learning about the therapeutic and transformative power of Holotropic Breathwork. To that end, REBECOMING actively engages in outreach to institutions through presentations and lectures which discuss the theory and practice of Holotropic Breathwork and its potential to benefit clinical populations through application and research.
The following is a list of some of the institutional presentations and outreach conducted on behalf of REBECOMING. If you are interested in learning more about Holotropric Breathwork, an on site presentation at your location can be arranged and is typically conducted by our Director, Oliver Williams. For more information, please contact Oliver Williams at email@example.com.
- “The Healing Potential of Holotropic Breathwork in Addiction Treatment”, by Oliver Williams, BA and Emily Horowitz, Psy D, was made to The Harm Reduction and Mental Health Project at New York University on September 26th, 2008. (see flyer below)
- Informal presentations were made to The George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health and to George Mason University Center for Consciousness and Transformation on September 23, 2009.
- “Holotropic Breathwork as an Adjunct to Addiction Treatment”, by Oliver Williams, BA and Emily Horowitz, Psy D, was presented in Grand Rounds at the Veteran Administration Hospital, Brooklyn, on January 14th, 2011.
- “Holotropic Breathwork in Addiction Treatment: Clinical and Research Perspectives”, by Oliver Williams was made to The Harm Reduction and Mental Health Project at New York University on February 25th, 2011. (see flyer
- “Holotropic Breathwork: Theory and Practice, Clinical Use and Research” was presented to The Schizophrenia Research Group at Yale University, August 19th, 2011. This concludes with Dr. Andrew Sewell’s presentation, “Holotropic Breathwork: Mechanisms of Action”, based on journal articles and studies.