Experienced Health Professional Proves Meditation Can Help Patients With Long-Term Schizophrenia

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Dr. Anthea Morne pens ‘The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia’ to showcase her six-year study on the benefits of using meditation to treat schizophrenia.

“The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia” by Anthea Morne, RN, Ph.D, LMHC, CASAC

“In order to reduce stress in our lives, we need to create balance and inner peace,” said Morne. “I hope that readers can see the tangible, positive effects meditation can have on their lives through the research presented in my book.”

After 38 years of working with schizophrenic patients, Anthea Morne, RN, Ph.D., LMHC, CASAC, has found meditation to be a great tool to aid mental healing. Recently, she published “The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia” to present research from a six-year experiment she conducted with schizophrenic patients. By instructing them on how to meditate and relax, she was able to help them improve their mental health.

“The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia” is structured to follow the steps of her research process, providing background on schizophrenia, the methodology of the study and the results from the research. One of the key points Morne makes in her study is how meditation can create peace in the lives of her patients.

“Meditation takes you to a quiet and peaceful place,” said Morne. “This can help people remove agitation and turmoil that they face within themselves.”

Although the focus of this book is on the impact meditation can have on people who have schizophrenia, Morne also outlines how it can benefit anyone. At the beginning of the book, she discusses how meditation has impacted her personally and cites other cases that concluded meditation can help ease anxiety.

“In order to reduce stress in our lives, we need to create balance and inner peace,” said Morne. “I hope that readers can see the tangible, positive effects meditation can have on their lives through the research presented in my book.”

“The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia”
By Anthea Morne, RN, Ph.D, LMHC, CASAC
ISBN: 978-1-9736-2153-9 (softcover); 978-1-9736-2154-6 (hardcover); 978-1-9736-2152-2 (electronic)
Available at the WestBow Press Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

About the author
Anthea Morne, RN, Ph.D., LMHC, CASAC, has worked with schizophrenic patients for over 38 years and has over 40 years of nursing experience. At the age of 22, Morne came to the United States after working as a registered nurse and nurse-midwife in Dominica, West Indies. She continued to pursue her career as a nurse and raised her family in the U.S. As a health professional, her focus is on spirituality and healing the mind, body and spirit.

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