1. How can you make claims to actually achieving results?
A: This work is not a “Sit back, ‘do’ me, and then tell me how I’m doing ” sort of approach. Much success depends on how thoroughly one is committed to his/her treatment program. Our unique methods are scientifically designed, relatively short processes that are delivered with a highly trained precision. Exact “ending phenomena” occur when one reaches the end of each process, which the therapist is skilled to recognize.
Since we are profoundly aware of the personal power achieved from many of our processes, we are even more bound to ensure that you are getting the absolute best care. We know you need results for the long run, so we follow a strict code of honor to instill higher gains, in shorter time.
Psychotherapy admits to only a 25% – 30% success rate. Those results are attributed to the fact that they are measuring their clients’ conditions against society’s ideas and, often, are not what is factually real or “really gained” by their patients. It boils down to a guessing game, boredom or worse with the psychotherapy approach.
Due to the fact that we use scientifically proven, researched biofeedback with a high technology skill level, combined with an excellent standard of work ethic, and a real empathy with our clientele, our success is considerably higher, which spells out to be more around 85% +.
2. Can I see your ethics code?
A: Yes, you can see it by Clicking Here.
3. How long does a therapy session take?
A: Since the mind doesn’t fit in a box, the logic of our “result-based” work does not allow to “make it fit” into a precise hour’s session. Session results can be found in 20 minutes or can take up to 3 hours. An average session is around 90 minutes. It is actually counter to our ethic to enforce a session time limit. We also don’t believe in cramming 10 client appointments into one day. Quality not quantity, is what counts.
4. Do you use hypnosis and why GSR biofeedback?
A: Hypnosis can be risky, so it is antithetical to our approach of helping people to be more awakened. We use galvanic skin response (GSR) biofeedback in a way which actually un-hypnotizes individuals, awakening them to more clarity and ability in life, not unlike the movie Limitless. Read more on biofeedback
5. I have been told that sometimes you give clients “homework assignments”. What is the purpose of doing that?
A: A homework assignment may be something along the lines of writing in a journal or reading a page or two from a book, that is relevant to what you are ”working through” in life.
6. Will being on prescribed meds prevent me from getting gains in therapy?
A: While we do not condone medications, in most cases we can do some work around it, while advising the proper nutritional support. We may consult with your medical professional on steps to wean off of them when you feel you’re ready. Many of our clients find, that over time in the course of therapy, dosage can actually reduce easily and then coming off the medications entirely become much more possible, in conjunction with your doctor’s care.
7. My religion plays an important role in my life. Will therapy be in conflict with my religious practice?
A: In most cases the answer is no. If your religious practice involves the use of mind-altering drugs or consciousness-changing meditations there could be a conflict. However, this rare.
8. I sometimes meditate and practice yoga. Will this be in conflict with therapy?
A: In general, yoga is good for the health of your body, if it doesn’t require too much application of the mind. Meditation, however, would be best put on a short hiatus while doing this therapy so that we can more accurately gauge the treatment progress.
9. I understand that you recommend detox-purification early on in therapy. What is the rationale behind this?
A: The body and brain are the physical medium through which a person experiences life. When these are too clogged with toxins and drug residues, the cellular functions and electrical conductivity of the nerve and brain impulses are impeded. Cloudy, fading, distracted or diminishing perceptions are the result. Clearing the body tissues of these muddy toxins helps invigorate functions, allowing for rapid, clearer, more acute perceptions, as well as functionality of the mind – the software of the brain! Click Here for more info.
10. I have many issues with the practice of psychiatry. Are you simply psychiatry under another name?
A: Absolutely not. While psychiatry methods are not all bad, we do take issue with some of its the more extreme methods (such as drugging, shocking, etc.) and its whole basis of theory, too.