Peak States® Research Projects
January 25, 2014

          Probably the most exciting part of our work is applying subcellular psychobiology to major health related problems. Our work in this new field of biology has resulted in totally new approaches to healing a variety of physical and emotional disorders and conditions. We have chosen to focus on a few major illnesses that don't have adequate conventional treatments, and plan on adding more projects as time and resources permit. Our thanks to the many volunteers working in their spare time who have taken the training in order to work on these projects.

If you are in need of treatment, please go to:

  • our clinics website to get descriptions of the disorders we currently treat at our Institute clinics.
  • our trained certified therapists in private practice also treat a large variety of other issues or disorders that are usually considered untreatable.

          We are looking for individuals that would like to participate with us in these projects, either as clients or as part of the research and development teams. At the present time we don't have the time or manpower to do these projects as quickly as we'd like. If you are interested in getting involved, you will need to take our professional training classes so that you can get up to speed on the theoretical basis and techniques of our work. (Note that our advanced research level training is only for individuals who plan to work in our clinics.) If you are interested, please
email us or phone +1 250-413-3211.

To explore working for the Institute

Current Clinical Treatments -
          Over the last few years, we've developed different techniques that appear to be effective in a variety of serious problems. Below are listed a few of the most important of these; curing the cravings and withdrawal of addictions, eliminating schizophrenic voices, restoring the emotional connection problem of autism (Asperger's syndrome). See our clinic website for these and other disorders (for example, MPD-DID). These treatments are available at our clinics, or in some cases via certified therapists. If you are a client, our clinics website focuses on what to expect and other relevant information.
           The webpages below are written for researchers, and give information on our findings and theoretical approaches.
           Another important objective of our projects is to lead a social change in having healers charge only for successful work ("pay for results"), not time spent.

The Schizophrenic Voices Project
          Research on this condition has been completed. If the client's condition isn't too severe, it can be treated by certified therapists. Otherwise, this condition is treated by our clinics staff.

The Autism Project
          We have a technique that restores the emotional connection lost due to mild autism (Asperger's syndrome). This process is currently done by our clinics staff. We continue to work on finding a treatment for severe autism, but we do not have a treatment at this time.

The Addictions Project
          Our treatment is designed to eliminate the cravings and withdrawal symptoms of addictions (alcohol, cocaine, crack cocaine, and opiates). This treatment is done by therapists who have taken our addictions specialization training. We plan on publishing our work on addictions in the fall of 2014.

Projects in the Research Phase
          We have a number of projects that we work on when we have time or opportunity.

The Multiple Sclerosis Project
          We are working on a treatment for multiple sclerosis. If you would like to participate as a test subject, please get in touch. (Incidentally, if you have a neuromuscular disease, please note that Lyme Disease has been identified as the cause in some cases.)

The Hemophilia Project
          This project is to try and find a way to locate and repair the damaged gene that causes hemophilia.

The Diabetes Project
          We are currently working on Type 1 diabetes.

The Regenerative Healing Project
          Regenerative healing is extremely rapid physical healing of things such as damaged or cut spinal cords, or other physical injuries like scars. Formerly called the Radical Physical Healing Project, the new name is more accurate and reflects current biomedical definitions.

Revision History
Jan 25, 2014: Updated this status page on autism, and added the Diabetes Project listing.