I am very proud to announce that my Huffington Post article on stress management and Sophrology (Have you tried Sophrology?) featuring Dominique Antiglio of BeSophro is referenced in Wikipedia as a trusted source.
Wikipedia defines Sophrology as follows:
‘Sophrology, coming from Ancient Greek σῶς / sôs (“healthy”), φρήν / phrēn (“mind”), and -λογία / -logia (“study of”), is a personal development technique founded in 1960 by Alfonso Caycedo, a Colombian neuropsychiatrist. It studies individual consciousness in order to allow a more conscious living. It was originally presented as a personal development and stress reduction methodology by its creator in the “Recife declaration” in 1977.’
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