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William Beigl

William Beigl, American physician, hypnotist, acupuncturist, consultant. Achievements include patents in field.

Background

  • Beigl, William was born on July 9, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William C. Beigl and Mary Tomlinson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Elementary Education, University South Florida, Tampa, 1971. Doctor of Natural Medicine, Academy of Sciences of Man, Sussex, England, 1979.

    Career

    • Founder "You Too Can Choose Happiness" System, 1975. Private practice hypnotherapy Chicago, since 1977. Private practice naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental natural medicine, since 1979.

      Research team Donsbach University, 1980. Chief researcher disease prevention B.P.H. Corporation. Board directors Mid-West Hypnosis Convention.

      Consultant in field; 1st syndicated hypnosis columnist, 1982. Chief Executive Officer Bill Beigl Enterprises, Inc., 1992, World Hypnosis Organization, Inc., 1992. Guest presenter Paramedics 25th Anniversary Celebration, Philadelphia, 1993, Blair Cheese Fest, 1994.

      Expert witness on hypnosis Cook County Court Systems. Long term care council Department Aging and Disabilities, 2004.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include patents in field.

    Works

    • Editor, public Portage Park News, 1980. Originator Paramedic System, 1968 (honored by President Johnson 1968, President Nixon 1969, President Reagan 1985). Responsible for Ramped Curbs, Braille Markings on Elevators and Monuments, Handicapped Parking Space, Licence Plates and Public Accessibility for Wheelchairs, Lowered Casino Gaming Tables, licensing of naprapaths and naturopaths in Illinois, 1994, licensing acupuncturists in Illinois, 1997.

      Author: Adventures in Hypnosis, 1990, second edition, 1991. Contributing author: Think & Grow Breasts, 1994, Instrumental in Passing Credit Card reform Act, 2009. Contributor articles on natural healing and hypnosis to newspapers and magazines.

    Membership

    Member trauma unit Operation Desert Storm, 1991, Infinite Justice & Enduring Freedom, 2001. Associate board managers Robert R. McCormick chapter Chicago Boy's Club, 1975. Volunteer with Hurricane Andrew victims, 1992, Mississippi River flood victims, 1993.

    Summer Centennial Olympics physicians Atlanta, 1996. Board directors Kids International, 1996. Member trauma unit Operation Desert Thunder, 1998.

    With Small Business Nonprofit Organization Credit Cards, 1998, Acceptance of Alternative Medical Fees by HMOs, 1999. Physician Summer Olympics, Sydney, 2000. Involved in passage of Medical Privacy Act, 2001.

    Triage consultant for government regarding terrorist Attack on America, 2001. Appointed long term care council Department of Aging and Disabilities, 2004. Member of Pain Clinic Physicians, Midwest Pain Society, Minnesota Association Naturopathic Physicans (certified), American Society Clinical Hypnosis, American Naturopathic Association, World Hypnosis Organization (certified), Association Advance Ethical Hypnosis (past vice president, past section Illinois chapter, board directors 1986, participant the biggest hypnosis convention 1988, co-chairman world's largest and friendliest 1987-1988, 1989, certified), National Guild Hypnotists (certified), National Association Naturopathic Physicians (certified), International Naturopathic Association (certified, Naturopathic Physician of Year 1985), Wheels Movin' On, Chicago Memorial Association, Boys Clubs American (life Boy of Year 1968), Hemlock Society, Hospice, Moose.

    Connections

    • Married Mavis Johnson, August 5, 1977.
    • father: William C. Beigl
    • mother: Mary Tomlinson
    • spouse: Mavis Johnson
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    Born July 9, 1950
    (age 67)
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