MindBased Healing Eva Clark is the People's Champion for Families Fighting Chronic Disease

About Me

Eva Clark, Founder of MindBased Healing, is the champion for those who are suffering from a chronic condition and taking on the entrenched interests in the medical world.

Through a series of personal experiences combined with intense study, Eva realized that both traditional allopathic medicine and contemporary hypnotherapy had gotten it wrong.

Never content to rely purely on her own experiences Eva put her theories to the test - she published a study on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy in treating both physical and mental symptoms of multiple-sclerosis.

She then applied these learnings to develop an effective and comprehensive system to treat chronic disease with the self-healing abilities of the mind.

Today Eva is working to spread this practice of mind based healing for chronic disease.

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Keynotes

  • Mindbased Medicine & MS
  • The Healing Power of Disease Counter-intuitive approach to solving our healthcare crisis

Timely

More people than ever are suffering from stress, and new research shows this has a previously unknown level of contribution to chronic disease. Add to this a culture more interested in health and longevity and increased numbers of people being diagnosed and Eva's presentations are a perfect match for the age we live in.

Relevant

The recent election and the coming healthcare crisis in America have thrust the issue of stress and social anxiety surrounding our current health system into all the headlines.

Engaging

Spend five minutes with Eva - I dare you not to book her.

Controversial

Eva is an engaging thinker who doesn't shy away from a great debate and is happy to do panel discussions with other leaders at your event, forum or conference.

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