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Dr. Eimer has been interviewed by, or quoted in, Reuters, Shape Magazine, Bottom Line Health, NBC10, the Philadelphia Daily News, Montgomery County Newspapers, the American Psychological Association, the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and other broadcasts and publications. He has been interviewed on numerous radio talk shows. Dr. Eimer's extensive experience in Clinical Psychology and Hypnotherapy make him a source often sought out by the media for his expertise. Below are several articles in which Dr. Eimer is featured.
 
Drop Smoking
Without Picking Up Weight

CBSNews.com, July 24, 2008
  Quitting smoking and weight gain have long been linked. But when you kick the butts, is it inevitable yours will expand? To read more, click here.
     
Advice for Fear of Flying
Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
Suite101.com, June 29, 2008
  Bruce Eimer is a psychologist who specializes in Hypnosis & Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Here, he reveals how one of his clients overcame her fear of flying. To read more, click here.
     
Strategies for chronic pain: three mind-body techniques to cope with ongoing agony from headaches, backaches and sports injuries
Shape Magazine, Feb. 2003
  Pain is the most primal of human experiences; the rude shock of being born is our first encounter with intense discomfort. Yet pain - especially pain that doesn't let up - remains largely a medical mystery. We know the basic outline: When we twist an ankle, for example, signals shoot through our central nervous system to our brain, which in turn lets us know we've experienced an injury and we should respond. To read more, click here.
     
Hypnotherapy can help people more quickly change behaviors
Linda Finarelli
Times Chronicle/Glenside News
June 11, 2008
 

Want to lose weight or stop smoking? Hypnotherapy may be an option.

According to Dr. Bruce Eimer, a clinical psychologist in Huntingdon Valley who specializes in hypnotherapy, the use of hypnotic tools along with psychological counseling can help people change behaviors more quickly and efficiently. To read more, click here.

     
Janice Armstrong:
What Keeps Men Single?

Philadelphia Daily News
June 5, 2008
  When some girlfriends of mine meet an eligible guy over, say 40, who has never been married, their eyes immediately narrow. Never married? And no kids, either? Humph. Instead of viewing the man as a rare find - an uncoupled male of a certain age who's also free of ex-wives and child- support payments - they wind up giving the poor guy an extra once-over. To read more, click here.
     
Distract Yourself From Pain
Pain Matters, Spring 2005
  Fingers rubbing Together. First notice your level of pain. Then concentrate on one of your hands. Rub the fingers of that hand against each other and focus on the unique sensations that you can feel in those fingers. As you do this, describe to yourself the texture, temperature and sensations that you feel. Now notice your pain level. Has it changed? Rubbing your fingers together can also serve as a cue to take several deep breaths and remind yourself of something other than pain. To read more, click here.
     
Hypnosis As Smoking Cessation Tool
Bottom Line Health
  Smokers who enlist help to stop smoking from Bruce N. Eimer, Ph.D. ABPP, a board certified clinical psychologiest and fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis are looking for the same thing - a miracle. They call him after they have tried nearly every smoking cessation method under the sun, with no long-term luck, of course. To read more, click here.
     
Stop Pain Fast With Self-Hypnosis
Bottom Line Health, Nov. 2002
  As a clinical psychologist, I have specialized for 18 years in treating people with chronic pain. But only after a major car accident left me in severe, unrelenting and disabling pain did I come to fully appreciate the power of self-hypnosis to pick up where drugs, physical therapy and surgery left off. To read more, click here.
     
Strategies for Chronic Pain: Three Mind-Body Techniques to Cope with Ongoing Agony from Headaches, Backaches and Sports Injuries
Shape Magazine
  Pain is the most primal of human experiences; the rude shock of being born is our first encounter with intense discomfort. Yet pain - especially pain that doesn't let up - remains largely a medical mystery. To read more, click here.
     



 

 
 
 
 

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