Robert B. Speigel
Robert Speigel has over 45 years experience as psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, author, teacher, and research scientist. He is a visionary inventor, holding three United States patents for bio-behavioral medical technology, and served as a two-time Principal Investigator for the National Institutes of Health. His research proved the efficacy of his targeted medical hypnosis technology.
Rob holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in experimental psychology from Wright State University (1970) and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan (1973). He is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, a Board Certified Diplomate of the National Association of Social Workers, and a Washington State Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. He conducts trauma recovery work with his individual clients in addition to groups and intensive retreats.
He enjoys reading from his books to interested gatherings, and leading spirited discussions focused on the metaphysical, mystical, and spiritual content he writes about. Feel free to write him at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in scheduling a gathering for you and your friends either in person or via zoom.
Braided: A Not Not True Story
Braided is a journey worth taking. It is an eloquently woven story about a modern woman whose view of herself and the world around her evolves in many unforeseen ways. Mr. Speigel creates compelling characters with unique voices and perspectives. The psychological twists and turns will have the reader embracing the not not true nature of her travels.
Christina Cahill, Director, HUMANITAS Prize
Of Endings and Beginnings: A Memoir of Discovery and Transformation
Of Endings and Beginnings: A memoir of Discovery and Transformation, by Robert Speigel, is a ground breaking journey from pain to health, from places of darkness to places of light…
My Safe Sound Sleep – Child Sleep Problems
My Safe Sound Sleep and Child Sleep Problems is directed at the childhood problems related to the childhood problems of sleep including settling, night awakening and sleep walking. The program includes bedtime stories for children ages three to eight, and eight to twelve….