Dr. Ginette Nachman: Psychic Stigma

Many people who have psychic experiences are reluctant to share them due to fears that they will be thought less of or misunderstood.

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Researchers who study psi abilities have reported being discriminated against in academic and mainstream scientific circles. What's all the fuss about?

The aim of this presentation is to shed light on psychic stigma in our society, and the factors that contribute to it. The goal is to find  ways to move beyond these barriers  in our lives and research.


Biographical Information

Ginette Nachman M.D. Ph.D. holds doctorates in medicine and clinical psychology. Dr. Nachman has a longstanding interest in helping to educate health care and mental health professionals regarding non-local aspects of consciousness and clinical approaches to exceptional experiences. She contributed a paper to the May 2009 issue of Psychiatric Annals dealing with clinical aspects of psi and synchronicity experiences. She has served as a Board Member and Director of Education for the Rhine Research Center, where she is currently a Research Associate. She has also served as Director of Research for the International Association for Near Death Studies. Ginette gives a yearly presentation at the UNC Medical School on the Science Behind Nonlocal Healing    



May 18th, 2018 7:00 PM   through   9:00 PM
The Episcopal Center at Duke University
505 Alexander Ave.
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: 919 309 4600
Admission $ 20.00
Rhine Member $ 15.00
Student & Senior Citizen $ 10.00
I cannot attend, but I would like to support the Rhine $ 0.00
Additional Amt (multiples of $1) $ 1.00

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