Clinical Studies are the fastest way to see results and be educated on how and what is possible in the allopathic and holistic medical fields.
I had the great fortune in the summer of 2014 to attend NLP Trainer's Training along with Dr. Patrick Scott. He updated us on the followup from the results of his study (below). He was taking the NLP Trainer's Training to train his staff how to do TET aka MER (Mental Emotional Release Technique I do here in San Diego and on Skype) because after 3 years of getting profound results with MER / TET, medicare and some insurance companies are now covering this therapy (in Las Vegas due to his research) to help people get off clinical depression medication. Scott said after three years, the studied patients had no recurrence of symptomology nor re-hospitalization after only five 45 minute sessions. He found MER / TET to be more effective than Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depressive disorders and has helped thousands get off drugs and get back to enjoying their lives. Kristin offers Free Consultations and Package plans to do this therapy as a holistic alternative to drugs. You have nothing to lose but depression, a healthy liver and a fulfilling life to gain!
The American Psychiatric Congress 2011
To investigate the relative effectiveness of Time Empowerment Techniques (TET) as an adjunct treatment to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in the treatment of depressive disorders and adjustment disorders with a depressive component, retrospective chart review of 922 electronic health records (EHR) were examined. Ninety-nine participants received TET as compared to a control group of 823 participants who received CBT alone as measured over a two-year period from October 1, 2008 to September 30, 2010. Measures of length of stay inclusive of number of weeks of treatment, as well as number of cumulative sessions were used to evaluate whether those participants receiving TET had shorter lengths of stay. Initial findings of these data revealed that contrary to our hypothesis, pure statistical measures showed just the opposite. Although depressive symptoms were reduced in significantly fewer sessions, this sample of those receiving TET actually had longer lengths of stay than their CBT counterparts. It is anticipated that a future study may reveal the longer length of stay had more to do with rapport and the client’s enjoyment of the process. This led to further investigation of the charts themselves and demonstrated that although participant’s length of stay in the experimental group was longer, their remission of depressive symptomatology occurred, on average in five sessions. Although a multivariate process, it was discovered that participants receiving TET had a 37% shorter period to remission of depressive symptoms than those who did not. This study represents the first retrospective chart review of TET in relation to the depressive disorders. Recommendations for further controlled study are made.
- Patrick R. Scott, PhD, LCSW, FAPA, DCSW,"
- Referenced from https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickscottlcsw
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