Sprekers en voorzitters
P. van Dijk, M Sc, is general practitioner in Zaltbommel, Netherlands. A ninth edition of his 1976 book, 'Therapies in the Netherlands; A Compendium of Alternative Medicine' was recently published.
Dr. C.B. Gesh is Senior Researcher at the Physiology Department of the Oxford University. He became renowned for his study of the reduction of aggressive behavior of juvenile delinquents through food supplements. The study was published in 2002 in the British Medical Journal. It is now adopted by the Dutch government in Dutch detention centers.
H.J.R. Hoenders, M Sc, is psychiatrist, founder of the Integrated Psychiatry Center at GGz, Winschoten, and researcher at 'The Middenweg', the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Group of GGz, Groningen, Netherlands.
Prof. dr. J.T.V.M. de Jong is Professor of Mental Welfare and Culture at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Professor of Psychiatry at the Boston University, and Director of Public Health and Research of HealthnetTPO.
J.W. Louwerens, M Sc, is psychiatrist and founder of Noordland Kernzorg, an independent practice of integrated psychiatry in Zuidlaren, Netherlands. He works for various psychiatric hospitals as temporary psychiatrist.
Dr. C.F.A. Milders is psychiater, editor of the Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie ('Psychiatry Magazine'), and Senior Psychiatric Instructor at GGz, Groningen, Netherlands.
Prof. dr. T.Y.S. Lama Gangchen Tulku Rinpoche is a Tibetan Lama Healer living and working in Albagnano, Italy. He has written many books on Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan Medicine and Healing. He has founded the Lama Gangchen World Peace Foundation, and is working all over the world to promote world peace.
Prof. dr. D. Servan-Schreiber is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Pittsburg University. He has founded the Center for Complementary Medicines in the Shadyside Hospital. His book, 'Guérir', which describes a new model of medicine, is widely popular in France, Germany, and the United States. Recently, a Dutch translation was published, 'Uw brein als medicijn' (Your Brain as Medicine). The book became known after a television interview and a review in the Dutch newspaper, De Volkskrant.