Partners, Projects & Research
We continually look for ways in which our work can contribute to people’s lives. Practitioners of the Grinberg Method are involved in many different kinds of projects, from medical research on chronic back pain, to discussions and working groups on trauma healing. Today our members have partnerships with medical practitioners, psychologists, teachers and other health professionals who share our vision of achieving greater health and well-being.
Some of our projects include aspects of educational psychology, and teaching other professionals how to deal with the intensity of working with people and staying healthy while doing so. We support teachers in schools, give sessions to university students to heighten their abilities to concentrate, and teach employees skills to reduce stress and gain more energy in the workplace.
While the results of personal processes are clear for us we also like to investigate via quantifiable measures such as scientific research. Through validating the results of our work we can also generate more recognition for our profession and its teachings.
Some of our projects include:
- Istituto Clinica Humanitas, Milan, Italy
The Instituto Clinica Humanitas in Milan conducted a professional independent clinical research project, which observed the effects of the Grinberg Method on post-operative patients undergoing radical prostatectomy.
Summary ICH Research
- Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov), Tel Aviv, Israel
Practitioners participated in a research project under the Ichilov Medical Center to check the efficiency of practicing the tools of the Grinberg Method in reducing low back pain (LBP). The hypothesis suggests that by learning to perceive chronic back pain differently, the level of pain will reduce and general well-being will improve.
- Transforming Chronic Pain Project
Many people today suffer from chronic pain, which in most cases they simply ‘learn to live with’. When the person learns to manage their chronic pain in a different way often the pain, that was established for so long, reduces. As chronic pain influences all other domains of life the growth of the general well-being of a person goes hand in hand with reducing the suffering from their chronic pain. Over the last years the Grinberg Method conducted internal studies in several countries to measure its effect on chronic pain. Four sessions for free were offered to people who suffer under this condition. Still 3 months after their last session more than 70% of all participants in the survey said that the pain duration and occurrence stayed significantly reduced.
Results of Transforming Chronic Pain Survey 2009
Results of Transforming Chronic Pain Survey 2010
Summary Transforming Pain Booklet
Transforming Pain Video Lesson