Beverly is an internationally recognized pioneer in integrative medicine and subtle energy research, and the founder and director of the Institute for Frontier Science. She holds several faculty positions, is the editor of The Interrelationship Between Mind and Matter, and a consultant to National Institutes of Health's founding Office of Alternative Medicine. Her research laboratory in Emeryville, CA, has explored the effects of wellness lifestyles on Reiki practitioners, the healing signature of water, and bioelectromagnetic therapeutics of various subtle energy devices. Dr. Rubik is a recipient of an NIH grant on subtle energy, shared with Dr. Gary Schwartz. She is a faculty member at Union Institute & University, and at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center.
Beverly teaches Mind Body Approaches.
This course examines emerging theories and practical applications in the fields of subtle energy medicine, mind/body healing and behavioral medicine. New evidence-based research methods and technologies for investigating the human biofield will be examined. Critical reviews of stress reduction practices such as meditation, Reiki, Qigong, yoga, biofeedback and support groups will explore how effective such practices are in changing personal lifestyle habits, increasing self-efficacy, improving health outcomes, and/or preventing chronic illness. The course offers experiential as well as didactic learning opportunities. Clinical application of the mind-body approach will be described including the process of delivering care.