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Subcellular Psychobiology Diagnosis Handbook:
Subcellular Causes of Psychological Symptoms
By Dr. Grant McFetridge












Table of Contents

Legal Liability Agreement vi
Acknowledgements xv
Introduction xvii
            Why write another psychology book? xvii
            What assumptions do we make about your background? xvii

            How this handbook evolved xviii

            ‘Charging for Results’ xix

            Safety issues: certifying therapists, and clinic backup xix

            Licensed Peak States processes xx

            Trademark issues xx

            Techniques for acquiring peak states are not included xx

            The limitations of this handbook xx

            About the cover art… xxi



Basic Principles

Chapter 1: Understanding the Subcellular Causes of Emotional and Physical Symptoms 3
            Trauma and Trauma Therapies 4
            The Primary Cell Model 4
            The Transpersonal Biology Model 5
                        ‘Biological’ or ‘spiritual’ views 6
            Peak States 6
            Subcellular (Psychological-like) Techniques 7
            Subcellular Case Naming Conventions 8
            Subcellular Parasite Infections 8
            Prenatal Trauma and the Developmental Events Model 8
            Medical Applications 9
            The Triune Brain Model 10
            The Center of Awareness (CoA) 11
            Key Points 11
            Suggested Reading 12

Chapter 2: Primary Cell Parasites - Symptoms and Safety 15
            Therapy and Subcellular Parasites 16

                        A cultural blind spot 17

            Research at the Institute 18
            The Humanity Project 19
            Bug-like Parasites (Class 1) 20
            Fungal Parasites (Class 2) 20
            Bacterial Parasites (Class 3) 22
            Viruses 23
            Ameba 23
            Key Points 24
            Suggested Reading 24


Diagnosis and Treatment

Chapter 3: ‘Pay for Results’ 27
            What is ‘Pay (Charge) for Results’? 28
            The Rationale Behind ‘Pay (Charge) for Results’ 28
            Therapist Fears About ‘Pay for Results’ 30
            Writing the Contract - Negotiating Outcomes 30
            Setting Fees and Estimating Treatment Time 33
                        The ‘rule of three’ 33
                        Duration of conventional treatment 34

            Results Criteria and Time Duration Guarantees 34
            Client Satisfaction and the Apex Problem 35
            Some Situations Don’t Allow ‘Pay for Results’ 35
            Disputes with Clients 36
            Trademarks, Logos, and Affiliate Organizations 36
            Questions and Answers 37
            Key Points 40
            Suggested Reading 41

Chapter 4: The Initial Client Interview 43
            The Initial Interview Steps 43
                        Tip: How long should the initial interview take? 44
            Taking the Client History 44
            Empathy Building 45
            Explaining the Typical Course of Treatment 45
                        Tip: The ‘rule of three’ 47
                        Tip: Session lengths 47

            Liability and Informed Consent 48
            Before seeing clients, have you prepared for any unexpected problems? 48
            Clarifying the Issue 48
            The Trigger Phrase – a ‘Pay for Results’ Criteria 50
                        Tip: Note-taking 51
            Diagnosis and Treatment 52
                        Tip: Therapist networking 52
                        Tip: Specializing 52

            Key Points 53
            Suggested Reading 53

Chapter 5: Diagnostic Approaches 55
            A New Orientation for Therapists 56
                        Focus on actual symptoms 57
                        The fear of being wrong 57

                        Other common mistakes doing diagnosis 58

            Understanding Trauma, Structural and Parasite Symptoms 59
                        Assumptions about the therapist’s background 60
            Differential Diagnosis and the ICD-10 60
                        The current state of the art 61
            Diagnosis – Fast Functional Assessment Approach 62
            Diagnosis – Symptom Keywords Approach 63
            Diagnosis - Likelihood of Occurrence Approach 64
                        Simple trauma is by far the most likely cause 64
                        Which trauma type do I heal first? 65

            Diagnosis – Type of Issue Approach 66
            Diagnosis - Inside or Outside the Body Approach 68
            The Endless Problem or Incurable Client 68
                        Hidden causality and suppressed trauma 69
                        Compensating with parasites 71

                        Sensate substitutes as addictions 72

                        Trigger events and parasite interactions 73

                        Avoiding areas of the body 74

                        Dominant traumas and peak states 74

            Key Points 75
            Suggested Reading 75

Chapter 6: Risks, Informed Consent, and Ethical Issues 77
            Conventional Training for Client Safety 78
                        Suicide 78
                        Psychosis and other severe mental disorders 79

                        Spiritual emergencies 80
            Risks with Standard Psychotherapy 80
                        Prescription drugs and trauma therapy 81
                        Re-traumatization 82

                        Destabilization or decompensation 82

            Risks with Subcellular Psychobiology Cases or Developmental Event Processes 83
                        Underlying unconscious assumptions about healing and risk 83
                        Safety and the Primary Cell state 85

                        Group process work healing developmental events 86

                        Working with clients remotely (via Skype or phone) 86

                        Risks with spiritual or ‘distant’ healing 87

                        Regenerative healing 89

            Therapist Training and Safety Precautions 89
                        After the training 90
                        Practicing at home 90

                        If problems occur 91

                        After Institute certification 91

            Informed Consent 92
                        Therapist fears about using an informed consent form 92
                        Turning informed consent into a feature 93

            Ethical Problems 93
                        Pay for results 94
                        Disclosing unsafe or restricted material 94

                        Crises in the therapist’s life 95

                        Inadequate or non-existent follow-up 95

                        Certified therapists doing research 95

                        Distant (‘spiritual’) healing 96

                        Illegal, unethical or bizarre conduct in Institute volunteers and staff 97

            The Institute Code of Ethics 97
            Key Points 99
            Suggested Reading 100


Subcellular Diseases and Disorders

Chapter 7: The Four Biologically Distinct Trauma Types 103
                        Suggested Reading 104
            Biographical Trauma: ....................................“Stuck beliefs, triggered feelings” 105
            Body Associations: .......................................“Irrational motivations and addictions” 108
            Generational Trauma: ....................................“I am fundamentally, painfully flawed” 111
            Core (Spinal) Trauma: ...................................."This is just the way the world is” 114


Chapter 8: Subcellular Cases – Most Common 117
                        Suggested Reading 118
            Copy: ..................................................................“My feeling is from someone else” 119
            Cords: ..................................................................“I can sense another person’s personality or feeling” 122
            Ribosomal Voices (Obsessive Thoughts, Schizophrenia): …“I can’t shut up my mind” 125
            Soul Loss: ...........................................................“I miss someone (or some place)” 128
            Sucking Hole (S-Hole): ..........................................“I have to be the center of attention” 131
            Tribal Block: .........................................................“I do what my family and culture expect” 134


Chapter 9: Subcellular Cases – Less Common 137
            Bacterial Parasite Problems (Class 3): ....................“I feel toxic, tired and numb” 138
            Bug-like Parasite Problems (Class 1): …..................“I have a burning, ripping, or stabbing sensation” 142
            Column of Self – Void: ..........................................."I feel terrible since I lost my role as ____” 145
            Crown Brain Structure: ...........................................“I have a chronic pain there” 148
            Curse: ..................................................................“That person really hates me” 150
            Dilemmas: ............................................................“Which should I choose?” 153
            Hole (Emptiness): ..................................................“I am anxious in this spot” 155
            Past Lives: ...........................................................“There was an instant recognition” 157
            Peak State Bugs: ..................................................“I abruptly lost my peak state and it never came back” 159
            Positive Trauma: ...................................................“I don’t want to give up a positive feeling!” 162
            Projection: ............................................................“They (or it) have a bad feeling” 164
            Sound Loops: ........................................................“I can’t get that song out of my head” 166
            Vortex: ..................................................................“I feel dizzy and nauseous” 168


Chapter 10: Subcellular Cases – Infrequent 171
            Abyss: .................................................................“I can’t move forward or I will be annihilated” 172
            Archetypal Images (Internal): …...............................“There is a numinous godlike being inside me” 174
            Asperger’s Syndrome (mild autism): .......................“I’m surrounded by a glass wall” 176
            Brain Damage (Prenatal or Traumatic Injury): ...........“I simply can’t do it” 178
            Bubble: .................................................................“I suddenly feel incapacitated” 180
            Cell Membrane Leakage: ........................................“I feel weak” 183
            Chakra problem: ....................................................“I feel painful pressure at my chakra” 185
            Column of Self - Bubbles: ......................................“I feel confused” 188
            E-Holes/ E-Cords: ..................................................“I am revolted by a really evil feeling in you” 190
            Flattened Emotions: ...............................................“My feelings, good or bad, are muted” 192
            Fungal Parasite Problems (Class 2): …....................“I don’t feel much; I am filled with white stuff” 194
            Image Overlay: .......................................................“I am remembering something I saw in a photo” 196
            Kundalini: ...............................................................“I am very spiritually advanced” 199
            Mitochondria Clumping: ...........................................“I am the boss” 201
            Multiple Personality Disorder (Column of Self - Fractures): …“I didn’t say that!” 203
            Over-Identification with the Creator: …......................“I don’t need to help because everything is OK” 206
            Selfishness Ring: ................................................“In reality, I do most things for my own benefit” 208
            Shattered Crystals (Attention Deficit Disorder): .........“I can’t focus” 210
            Triune Brain (Sacred Being) Damage: …....................“There is something fundamentally broken in me” 212
            Triune Brain Shutdown: ............................................“I’ve lost an essential ability in myself’ 214
            Viral Net: ................................................................“I have a pressure or migraine headache” 216


Chapter 11: Subcellular Cases that Block (or Mimic) Trauma Healing 219
            Psychoactive Medications: ...................................“I just can’t feel it” 221
                       
Benzodiazepines 221
                       
SSRIs and Lithium 221
                       
Tricyclic Antidepressants 221
            Psychological Reversal (Guarding Trauma): …........“I’ve tapped for hours and nothing happened” 222
            Trauma Bypass: ..................................................“I can heal effortlessly and instantly” 225
            Tribal Block Influence: ..….....................................“Healing slows or stops when I try to heal this moment” 227
            Life Path Trauma: .................................................“I can’t find what I truly want to do in life” 229
            Parasite Resistance: .............................................“I am afraid to do anything to change” 231
            Multiple Trauma Roots: …......................................“I heal and heal but the symptoms are still there” 233
            Time Loops: .........................................................“The trauma came back!” 235
            Dysfunctional Homeostasis: …...............................“The symptoms came back and are even worse!” 239
            Trauma Flooding: ..................................................“New bad feelings endlessly arise” 241
                        First Time Trauma Flooding (After Healing A Trauma) 241
                        Pre-existing Chronic Trauma Flooding 241



Applications

Chapter 12: Issues from Multiple or Indirect Causes 247
                        Suggested Reading 247
            Addictions 247
                        Cravings 247
                        Withdrawal Symptoms 248

            Allergies 248
            Anxiety/ Fear 248
            Contracted, Tense or Frozen Body Areas 249
            Depression 250
            Dreams 251
            Hallucinogens 251
            Headaches 252
            Pain (Chronic) 253
                        Chronic Pain Summary (in approximate order of occurrence) 255
            Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) 255
            Relationships (Intimate) 256
            Suicidal Feelings: “I need to die” 258
                        The Background 258
                        The Trigger for Suicide 258

                        The Problem of Therapy 259

                        Treatment 260

                        Prevention 261

                        Suggested Reading 261


Chapter 13: Spiritual Emergencies and Related Problems 265
                        Suggested Reading 266
            Evil Sensations 266
                        Evil is Encountered During Regression 267
                        Evil is in One’s Own Mind Chatter 267

                        Attracting Evil People and Situations 267

                        The Client Likes the Feeling of Power in Acting Evil 267

                        You Encounter a Person who Feels Evil 268

                        You Feel Evil Somewhere in Your Body 268

                        An Opening to Hell 269

                        You Sense the Presence of an Evil Ancestor 269

                        You Are Surrounded by a Feeling of Negativity or Evil 269

            Peak Experiences, States and Abilities 269
            Spiritual Emergencies 270
                        Categorized Spiritual Emergencies (in approximate order of frequency in therapy): 271
 
                       Miscellaneous Spiritual Emergencies from Subcellular Cases 272
            Spiritual Teachers/Therapists and Their Issues 272
           
            Induced Peak States 273
                        Spiritual Paths or Groups 274
                        Spiritual Practices that Damage the User 274
                        The Problem of Merging 274


Appendices

Appendix 1: Identifying Stuck Beliefs in Therapists 279
            Beliefs around charging and ‘Pay for Results’ 280
            Beliefs about the contract and initial interview 280
            Beliefs about diagnosing 280
            Beliefs around safety and ethical issues 281
            Issues involving client-therapist relationships 281
            Issues involving peer or expert relationships 282
            Personal issues about being a therapist 282
            Issues about specializing 282
            Common training or healing issues 282
            Essential healing for advanced therapists 283

Appendix 2: Examples of ‘Pay for Results’ Contracts 285
            Example: General therapy contract using symptoms 286
            Example: General therapy contract using a trauma phrase 287
            Example: Predetermined criteria contract for the Silent Mind Technique 288
            Example: Predetermined criteria contract for CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) 289

Appendix 3: Informed Consent Form 291
            What are my qualifications and orientation as a therapist? 291
            What issues won’t I work with? 292
            Confidentiality and its exceptions 292
            Benefits and risks of trauma therapy 293
            Benefits and risks of trauma therapy (alternate) 294
            Benefits and risks of Peak States processes 295
            Practical details 296
            Reviews, referrals and ending 297
            Concerns or complaints 297

Appendix 4: Practice Examples for Subcellular Case Identification 299

Appendix 5: Case Studies for Differential Diagnostic Practice 303

Appendix 6: Quiz 309

Appendix 7: Quiz Solutions 311

Appendix 8: Parasite Classes and Their Subcellular Cases 317

Appendix 9: Finding Techniques 319

Appendix 10: ‘Pay for Results’ Fee Calculation Guide 321
            Compute your fixed fee 321
            Monitor your financial performance 323
            Make Choices About Your Practice 324
 
                       Estimate your client contact hours (W) 324
                        Determine your desired equivalent hourly rate (R) 325

                        Charge different rates for different services 326

                        Specialize 327

            Cutoff time 327
                        Predict the statistically optimum cutoff time, fee, and number of clients 328
            How Do You Calculate Fees If You Have Less Than A Full Caseload? 333
                        Compute the full caseload number of clients 333
                        Adjust your fees for light caseloads 334

            Other Options – Variable Fees 336
            A Final Reflection on Fees 336
            Suggested Reading 337

Appendix 11: ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases) and Subcellular Cases 339

Glossary 357

Index 367