Supporters and supporting institutions
Achievement of the impulse to develop and research metal colour light therapy as a new form of therapy was only made possible with the help of many people and institutions.
Among them, the Filderklinik, Filderstadt, Germany, was the first to include metal colour light therapy in its therapy program. The former nurse Roswitha Salzwedel was willing to carefully conduct sessions with metal colour light therapy. The research study of rheumatism published in our book Metallfarblichttherapie was carried out there. Dr. Ludger Simon accompanied the research. Angela Steer-Reeh and Dr. Jan Vagedes (Filderklinik) made the initial assessment of the effect of red and blue metal colour light glass panels on heart rate variability and breathing, and have made their results available.
Thomas Adam singing teacher at the Windrather Talschule in Velbert-Langenberg, Germany, included our coloured glass panels in his music and singing therapy sessions.
The hospital Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus, Herdecke, Germany, noted the earliest positive results using metal colour light therapy on asthmatic patients.
The art therapist Hazel Adams introduced metal colour light therapy to England and the Blackthorn Medical Centre in Maidstone, Kent. Her great efforts made it possible for Blackthorn to have the entire set of 12 coloured glass panels to work with from the beginning.
The Medical Section and Visual Arts Section in Dornach, Switzerland, have accompanied us from the beginning. We have regularly represented metal colour light therapy at the medical conference in Dornach. Many important contacts have arisen through that. Our further qualification therapy training is recognized by the Medical Section in Dornach.
Also, all those who have taken part in metal colour light therapy sessions either as test persons or patients have helped us continue to develop our work.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you.