Dr Terrence Palmer Joins ASSMPI

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We are delighted to report that Dr Terrence Palmer Phd has confirmed his appointment to spearhead the new ASSMPI-PID (Parapsychological Intervention Division) with ASSMPI founder Jock Brocas. This appointment marks a milestone in research and intervention response and education for professional establishments and medium's. Dr Palmer's experience will be invaluable in focussing research and project driven development into various areas of parapsychological enquiry.

We are excited that we are moving forward with our plans and professionals such as Dr Palmer see the ASSMPI as an invaluable organization to help develop serious research and standards into focussed mediumistic and parapsychological enquiry. This is only the beginning of what we feel will be an invaluable contribution to science and spirit. 

Dr Terrence Palmer Terence Palmer has a degree in Psychology from Canterbury Christ Church University and a Master’s degree in the study of Mysticism and Religious Experience from Kent University. He has been a hypnotherapist for 20 years and a spirit release practitioner for 12 years. His doctorate was awarded by the University of Wales at Bangor for his thesis on the scientific conceptual framework and research methods of nineteenth-century researcher F.W.H. Myers. He is the first practitioner to be awarded a PhD on the topic of Spirit Release Therapy in the UK. Terence is a member of The Society for Psychical Research and The Scientific and Medical Network, and he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. Dr Palmer is an active lecturer in encouraging UK institutions to take up the challenge to test the efficacy of Spirit Release Therapy under controlled conditions.



  • Kirsty McArdle's picture
    Kirsty McArdle (not verified)
    February 26, 2018 08:06 AM
    Fantastic news Terry is a incredibly dedicated to the research of spirit intervention He will be a great asset to ASSPI I just hope we don't lose him from the UK !
  • Jock Brocas's picture
    Jock Brocas
    March 17, 2018 04:02 PM
    Hi Kirsty, I can confirm that you will not lose him from the UK, we are a global organization and we are really overjoyed at having Dr Palmer on our team as we move forward into new areas of research. The PID will certainly benefit from his input and we hope to be able to make tremendous leaps forward into new developments and educational standards.

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