Reiki in Clinical Practice

A science-based guide


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Ann Baldwin
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Preface Chapter 1 - What Reiki is and why it is important? Chapter 2 - Why should therapists trust that Reiki is an effective therapy? Chapter 3 - How does Reiki work? Chapter 4 - Optimizing the use of Reiki with your patients Chapter 5 - Reiki and emotional stress Chapter 6 - Reiki and blood circulation Chapter 7 - Reiki for relaxation and wellbeing Chapter 8 - Reiki for anxiety and depression Chapter 9 - Reiki for burnout Chapter 10 - Reiki for improving range of motion Chapter 11 - Reiki and surgery Chapter 12 - Reiki for pain Chapter 13 - Reiki for chemotherapy Chapter 14 - Providing Reiki in hospitals - practicalities Chapter 15 - Role of basic preclinical research in Reiki
Ann Linda Baldwin PhD is Director of Mind-Body-Science and Professor of Physiology at the University of Arizona where she studies the physiological effects of mental and emotional stress and quantitatively evaluates methods to reduce stress. In her business, for the last 14 years, she has used Reiki and Biofeedback to help those suffering from stress-related disorders. Dr Baldwin is a Master in Usui Holy Fire Reiki and Karuna Reiki and is a leader in the world of scientific Reiki research. She serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Center of Reiki Research and maintains its curated webpage of all peer-reviewed, published, scientific research studies involving Reiki. Dr Baldwin obtained her Bachelors degree in Physics from University of Bristol, UK, her Masters degree in Radiation Physics from University of London, UK and her PhD in Physiology from Imperial College, University of London. She has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has been a member of several review panels for National Institutes of Health.

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