About the author
In 1984 Celia M. Bibby was the originator of relaxation therapy brought to the workplace and gained an international, personal and corporate client list. Her work has been published in both European mainland and the U.K. She has lectured at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, and given business presentations at the Barbican Centre, City of London.
She holds an Honours Degree from the Institute of Social Psychology at the University of Kent, England and was a member of the British Psychological Society for ten years. She also holds a Master of Science Degree (Engineering) in Work Design and Ergonomics from the University of Birmingham, England, and has been an Associate Member of The Academy of Experts and the Institute of Directors. She is also a qualified hypnotherapist.
Her research interests include drug allergy, autism, neurobiology, auto-immune disease and child development. Her paper Autism a Conditioned Response to Biochemical Toxicity?" was placed on the Internet in February 1998.
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