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Current Clinical Treatments
Nov 30, 2017

Over the last two decades, we've developed a number of different techniques that are effective in a variety of serious problems. Some of these are only offered at our clinics; some are only offered by our certified therapists in private practice; and many can be found in our textbooks.

Clinic techniques
These are a number of treatments that we have not yet released to therapists or the public. This is usually because the techniques are still in beta testing; or they are still too complex and require too much training to be used by non-staff therapists. New processes usually take 2 to 4 years of testing before we release them to the our certified therapists.
Of our many different treatments still only offered in our clinics, probably the most significant are:

    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    Our technique works by making the brain resilient to impacts. This is normally done after head injury when symptoms are present, but it can also be used proactively for situations where head injuries are likely to happen. After treatment, the brain 'rebuilds' itself in less than a day, eliminating the TBI symptoms.

    Asperger's Syndrome
    We have a technique that restores the emotional connection lost due to Asperger's syndrome. Our work has shown this disorder is not related to autism, but is rather due to an inherited epigenetic problem in very early development. Asperger clients have the sensation of being surrounded by a 'glass wall' - once this wall is gone, the syndrome is eliminated.

Therapist techniques released to the public
The subcellular psychobiology approach is a new way of treating emotional issues and mental disorders. It is not a 'technique', but rather a breakthrough in understanding the underlying biological causes of psychological problems. From this, we've derived a variety of techniques to interact with and change subcellular structures to treat client problems. The interventions we'd released to therapists as of 2010 can be found in our Subcellular Psychobiology Diagnosis Handbook (2014); and they are also briefly listed on our certified therapist website.

Techniques and processes for healing various problems go through initial testing in our research group, then in our clinics, and then, if all goes well and the technique has been simplified enough, we release the techniques to our certified therapists to use with clients. After some more testing time, the techniques are then released to the public; this adds yet more delay as it requires us to take time off to write yet more books... This cycle does not stop here - even after we release new processes, we continue to work on improving and simplifying them as our psychobiology models and techniques evolve.

These techniques span a huge range of client issues. Of these, probably the most significant are:
  • eliminating the cravings and withdrawal of addictions. This includes substances like alcohol, cocaine, crack, opiates, and smoking;
  • silencing 'hearing voices', intrusive or obsessive thoughts, or simple mind chatter;
  • new ways to treat suicidal feelings and thoughts;
  • treatments for spiritual emergencies;
  • turning a peak experience into a continuous, permanent peak state.

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Revision History
Dec 1, 2017: First version of this webpage.