Quick Overview of NeuroTherapy Training

The following offers a quick reference to understanding NeuroTherapy Training

Theoretical basis of NeuroTherapy Training

Differing from earlier psychological models analytical, behavioral and cognitive, NeuroTherapy Training is based on the emerging neurological  model. This model for therapeutic metnhods is based on the primary understanding: We are as we are because of the inner working of the brain and body.

Origin of NeuroTherapy Training

Evolved out of information from the neurological sciences about the brain  and how the brain interacts with the body. Originated out of the need to teach people to use their minds more effectively to dissipate the physical chemical reactions that cause emotion.

Originated out of the need to teach people to use their minds in scieintifically provable  ways to boost immune resoponses and improve healing.

(The physical and chemical basis of fear diminishes immune responses. People with Covid, cancer, AIDS, or other life threatening illnesses do not have the luxury of time to work through each individual stimulus for their emotions which cause stress and immune vulnerability.)

Nature of NeuroTherapy Training

Aligned with scientific understanding about the mind and body and mind/body interaction. Unlike other psychotherapies, the focus is on the process of stress and emotion in the body not the stimuli causing them. Negative emotion is referred to as a set of physical chemical reactions that are damaging to the organism.

Nature of sessions

Sessions involve two processes, teaching and doing mental work.

Teaching: Making the person their own therapist. 

Each session involves teaching clients in a siple ad visually illustrated way about such things as: the mind and scientific basis of it’s interaction with the body, the nature of emotion as a physical and  hemical process, the nature of the concentrqted state and about the effects of the powerful neurological tools used in sessions that train the brain to dissipate the physical and chemical reacitons of emotion, tools such as SUBVERBAL SHIFTING.

Doing mental work: Training the brain

This differs from other approaches using a concenterated mental state. Specific change is not triggered through suggestion and visualization. Each session involves being guided by the specialist into a concentrated mental state and through a series of powerful mental exercises. These mental exercises are used to dissipate the physical and chemcial reactions that underlie negative emotions. The brain is further trained to respond din ways that can manage paiin and improve immune responses. 

Length of Therapy

The focus is on self control, teaching people a self-generated mental training approach. Further, the focus is on managing the physical and chemical processes of emotion , or eruption of emotion not on doing suggestion or visualization work directed at the stimuli for emotion. It can be used to augment and strengthen any cognitive work the person is undergoing. If taught without other therapeutic work, it gives people a powerful, self-generated process for  emotional management thus requiring  fewer session than traditional therapeutic approaches.