Dr Keith Hearne (www.keithhearne.co.uk) is an internationally famous psychologist for conducting the world's first sleep-lab research into 'lucid' dreams for his PhD. He invented the first 'dream machine'. The original sleep-lab chart records from his pioneering research, and a dream machine, are on permanent display at the Science Museum in London (1981 book: The Dream Machine). He founded the European College of Hypnotherapy (www.european-college.co.uk), is well known on TV, and has written or co-written 6 books to date. He is also known as a composer (listen at his website).
On GoMentor Dr Hearne can be consulted about: Dreams (including lucid dreams and dream interpretation), Sleep problems (including nightmares, sleep terrors, pavor nocturnus, bruxism, enuresis, sleep-walking, peeing in the wardrobe (more common than you might think!), snoring, etc). Over the internet he also conducts an 'imagined gastric band' procedure - similar to the 'hypnotic gastric band'.
See his website for more about him and how he may be able to help you (www.keithhearne.com).
Hearne is also becoming increasingly recognised as a composer – he has always loved classical music, and learned to play the piano as a child. He has created a Ballet (in conjunction with Gillian Lynne, who choreographed many of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s works, including Phantom of the Opera, Cats! etc), a Requiem, a Musical, a Guitar Concerto, several Songs, an Armenian Anthem, and is currently working on a ‘Cello concerto. He loves tonality and is keen that modern music should re-establish itself with features of auditory beauty that are ‘hard-wired’ within our brains.
Parapsychology is a subject in which Hearne has conducted major experiments at University – having had some 17 scientific papers published in that area alone. A particular topic of interest and research concerns premonitions. His book Visions of the Future describes the field, and reveals his research findings.
Dream interpretation is also of major interest to Hearne. He, and his colleague Melbourne, had a regular weekly column in the UK in a national newspaper The Daily Express for over a year. They collaborated to establish a completely new approach to obtaining messages from the unconscious mind in dreams, using an amazing alphabet-code technique. (Book: The Dream Oracle, Foulsham Publishers, UK).
Dr Hearne is on the Advisory Board of the prestigious GHSC (General Hypnotherapy Standards Council) in the UK.