Richard Stammler, Ph.D., discusses his research on regression experiences of non-Earth entities in "Transmundo Beings in Regression Therapy: Information about Non-Earth Entities That Arise in Regression Therapy"
WARRENTON, VA - While a division exists between those who believe in life outside Earth and those who don't, Dr. Richard Stammler's research into experiences with non-Earth entities-known as transmundo beings, or TMB-seeks to provide an answer in "Transmundo Beings in Regression Therapy: Information about Non-Earth Entities That Arise in Regression Therapy" (ISBN 1456487507).
Stammler coined the term TMB to provide a label that fully encompasses these experiences, and while some professionals discount the regression discipline, Stammler's work presents an extensive survey of 63 International Association of Research and Regression Therapies (IARRT) members conducted as part of the author's dissertation. While 48 percent of the respondents hold advanced degrees such as doctorates, medical degrees or foreign equivalents, nearly three-quarters of professionals who responded worked with clients who reported experiences with transmundo beings.
A surprisingly common experience in regression therapies, this phenomenon is thoroughly examined in Stammler's work. While the author's study seeks to illustrate the extensive presence of TMB experiences, it also aims to reveal how professionals feel about the reality-and validity-of the phenomenon. The book discusses the frequency in which the various types of experiences with extraterrestrials occur.
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About the Author
He began his academic study at the University of Akron receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Arts in Psychology under a Teaching Internship. His Master's Thesis is "Psychological Sequelae of Viral Encephalitis in Children", which was conducted jointly with a pediatric neurologist. He conducted post-graduate study in clinical psychology under a National Institute of Mental Health Fellowship at the University of Nebraska. Due to the Vietnam war era draft policies he joined the United States Air Force to become a pilot and instructor pilot. After leaving the Air Force he returned to psychology completing a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology form the International University of Professional Studies. His dissertation was the same topic as this book.
Richard has had extensive teaching experience. He assisted teaching intelligence testing to graduate students, and Applied Psychology to undergraduates at the University of Akron. He taught General Psychology at San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas. Additionally, he served as a staff psychologist at the Beatrice Home for the Retarded (as it was called then), Beatrice Nebraska and during his time in the United States Air Force he conducted pro bono intelligence testing for the Department of Defense school system.
Richard holds certifications in Ericksonian hypnotherapy and in clinical hypnotherapy from the International Association of Research and Regression Therapies (IARRT). He publishes articles on the web and conducts transpersonal hypnotherapy at his Warrenton Inner Healing Center (LLC) in Warrenton, Virginia. He conducts workshops and is an international speaker on Transpersonal Psychology.
To contact Richard Stammler e-mail him at email@example.com or visit his website at www.QuantumRegressionTherapy.com