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Serious Diseases and Psychoimmunology
Therapist & Physician Specializations


These specialized courses are designed for practicing therapists and physicians who are already working with each particular client group (or intend to and already have training as a therapist). The training covers the Institute's psychobiological techniques for treating these conditions. The courses also cover the underlying subcellular biology causing the disorder, our current treatment methods, and practice in 'pay for results' billing for the particular issue.


Applying subcellular psychobiology

With the development of subcellular psychobiology, it now becomes possible to find the causes of mental and physical problems that have never been understood before. This biological understanding can also allow people to develop healing techniques that exploit this underlying subcellular biology (For example, our Body Association Technique directly interacts with the endoplasmic reticulum to get its effects.) However, what do you do if, say, you find the disorder is caused by a subcellular disease? Or due to a structural defect inside the cells themselves? The conventional approach would be to find some kind of drug that could attack the disease (hopefully without too many negative side effects), or perhaps find some medication that could ameliorate the symptoms.


Epigenetic damage and psychoneuroimmunology

There is a new way to address serious psychological or medical issues. It turns out that generational traumas (from epigenetic inhibited gene expression) create damage during key, early prenatal developmental events. It is this damage that causes major subcellular damage and makes the cell vulnerable to particular pathogens. Fortunately, with the latest generation of trauma techniques it is now possible to actually eliminate this epigenetic damage; done correctly, this can make a person immune to a particular pathogen or repair targeted subcellular damage. And fortunately, once a process is derived for a particular problem, it works the same for most everyone.

In other words, it is now possible to derive effective, reliable 'psychoneuroimmunology' techniques - albeit using this completely new approach. ('Psychoimmunology or 'psychosubcellularimmunology' would be more accurate terms.) Regardless of the label, this is the long hoped for dream of many professionals working in the CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) field. Hence, we use psychological-like techniques, but ones directed at subcellular problems, not brain structure, brain chemistry or brain organization problems.


    Current Specialization Courses
                These courses are designed to be taught as 'stand-alone' courses. However, instructor permission is required if you have not taken courses 120 and 150, to make sure your trauma background is adequate for mastery of the course material.

    210: Addictions Specialization
    These approaches eliminating the craving and withdrawal symptoms for a variety of addictive drugs, such as alcohol, smoking, other addictive drugs, and foods or activities.

    220: Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
    This treatment eliminates the core symptoms of autism. This process is still in testing - expect it to become available in fall of 2017.

    230: Schizophrenic voices
    The Silent Mind Technique™ eliminates the voices that schizophrenics and 'voice hearers' hear.

    160: Spiritual Emergencies
    This course is on recognizing, understanding, and treating spiritual emergencies.


The Institute is continually developing new and improved treatments - hence student support is a priority for us. Any treatment updates are listed on the corresponding class webpage for the latest in any treatment updates. We also are continuously improving our the training for them will be listed on this website as they become available.


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Revision History
Nov 20 2009: Deleted course #180: Core Issues from the specialization course list and shifted it into the basic required class list, and changing the number from 180 to 140.
July 10, 2009: First version of the Specialization Training list.