Howard Hall, PhD, PsyD, BCB
Howard Hall, PhD, PsyD, BCB is a professor of pediatrics, psychiatry and psychological sciences at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and an attending physician at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Hall earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in music and philosophy from Delaware State University in Dover, Delaware. He went on to obtain two doctorate degrees – a PhD in experimental psychology from Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey and a PsyD in clinical psychology from Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Recognized worldwide as a pioneer in integrative health care, Dr. Hall’s early research was focused on the impact of hypnosis on immune function. Most recently, his global work on Sufi rapid wound healing research was featured on the National Geographic channel.
His clinical integrative practice at his new location at UH Cleveland Medical Center, Zagara Suite 170, will employ hypnosis, advanced biofeedback techniques, Lenyosys bioregulation therapy and other holistic mind/body approaches for patients with complex medical symptoms. He also enjoys teaching his unique clinical approaches to residents, interns and fellows.
Dr. Hall was previously a sports psychologist with the Penn State football team, and has worked with the men’s soccer team at Case Western Reserve University, utilizing hypnosis, biofeedback and lifestyle analyses. Currently, he is a member of the UH Rainbow Sports Medicine program.