What can I expect from using NET?
The goal is to provide products and services with the ultimate purpose of alleviating human suffering.
NET practitioners are able to work within the flexible structure of the Home Run Formula model — using whatever “tool” they determine is best — to help patients with stress-related conditions. The end product of a successful treatment is a patient who is less stressed and more neurologically integrated.
Is Neuro Emotional Technique the same as traditional therapy?
NET is a mind-body technique that uses a methodology of finding and removing neurological imbalances related to the physiology of unresolved stress. NET is a tool that can help improve many behavioral and physical conditions.
NET can be considered a “Complementary Or Alternative Health Care Treatment” and as per Florida law 456.41 ” citizens should be able to make informed choices for any type of health care they deem to be an effective option for treating human disease, pain, injury, deformity, or other physical or mental condition. “
Also, clients should “be able to choose from all health care options, including the prevailing or conventional treatment methods as well as other treatments designed to complement or substitute for the prevailing or conventional treatment methods.”
In 2003, Governor Jeb Bush established the Complimentary or Alternative Health Care Therapy (CATH Care)Proclamation allowing licensed practitioners to utilize resources within the healing arts of Mind-Body therapies, Homeopathy, Food and Food Supplements, etc., in a broader fashion.
What is NET Consulting?
NET Consulting is for individuals and businesses who want to define, refine and reach their goals. It tackles simple and complex concerns including emotional, physical, professional and financial areas. We work with all peoples and teams of all levels from the entry level entrepreneur to large corporations providing wellness based coaching and healthcare.
What training has Jason Wasser, LMFT done to be able to practice Neuro Emotional Technique?
Jason Wasser, LMFT, has completed multiple trainings in Neuro Emotional Technique including their Basic, Advanced and Success workshops (100+ hours as of January 2015 ) as well as a 33 Clinical Hour training in Sequential Acupressure for Clearing Negative Emotions: Meta-Energetics through the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine: iCamp, Integrative and Complementary Academic Medicine. He does not employ any chiropractic adjustments or acupuncture needling techniques during the NET process. He became a Certified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner in January 2015 and became a Level II Practitioner in April of 2016. He also attends continuing education trainings throughout the year to maintain his certification.
Is there research being done on Neuro Emotional Technique to show its validity?
The ONE Research Foundation is a non-profit organization that funds scientific research as it relates to both the principles and the practice of NET. Below is a partial bibliography of published NET-related papers and other journal publications. Of special note, The ONE Research Foundation established itself in 1993 as the official research arm of NET by incorporating as a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization. The mission of ONE is to support the funding of scientific research with the ultimate goal of “Bringing NET to the World.” The ONE Research Foundation has several studies currently in progress, and numerous future studies are scheduled. Please visit ONEfoundation.org to be updated on ongoing published results.
Neuro Emotional Technique® (NET) Partial Bibliography
Published NET- Related Research Papers
Bablis, P. & Pollard, H. Anxiety and depression profile of new patients presenting to a Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) practitioner. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 2009; 15(2), 121-127.
Bablis, P., Pollard, H., & Bonello, R. Neuro Emotional Technique for the treatment of trigger point sensitivity in chronic neck pain sufferers: A controlled clinical trial. Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 2008; 16: 4.
Karpouszis, F., Pollard, H., & Bonello, R. Adolescent Separation Anxiety Disorder managed by the Neuro Emotional Techniqque — a new bipopsychosocial intervention: A case study. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, 2008; 31 (2), 146-159.
Monti, D.A., Sufian, M., & Peterson, C. Potential role of mind-body therapies in cancer survivorship. Cancer, 2008 Apr 21.
Pollard, H., Hoskins, W., McHardy, A., Bonello, R., Garbutt, P., Swain, M., et. al. Australian chiropractic sports medicine: half way there or living on prayer? BMC Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 2007; 15:14.
Monti, D.A, Stoner, M.E., Zivin, G., & Schlesinger M. Short term correlates of the Neuro Emotional Technique for cancer-related traumatic stress symptoms: A pilot case series. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 2007; 1, 161–166.
Jensen, A. The efficacy of Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) for spider phobia: A pilot study. Master of Science degree thesis (Evidence-based Social Intervention). University of Oxford, Oxford. 2007.
Pollard, H., Hardy, K., & Curtin, D. Biopsychosocial Model of Pain and Its Relevance to Chiropractors. Chiropractic Journal Australia, 2006 (36:3): 92-96.
Bablis, P., Pollard, H., McHardy, A. Neuro Emotional Technique management of polycystic ovary syndrome induced anovulation: Report of an uncontrolled case series. Chiropractic Journal Australia, 2006;36(1):2-8.
Hardy, K., & Pollard, H. The Organization of The Stress Response and its Relevance to Chiropractors: A Commentary. Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 2006; 14: 25.
Bablis, P., Pollard H., Monti D. Resolution of anovulation infertility using Neuro Emotional Technique: A report of 3 cases. Journal Chiropractic Medicine, 2006 5(1):13-21.
Pollard, H., Bablis, P., & Bonello, R. The Ileocecal Valve Point and Muscle Testing: A possible mechanism of action. Chiropractic Journal Australia, 2006(36:4): 122-6.
Pollard, H., Bablis, P., & Bonello, R. Can the Ileocecal Valve Point Predict Low Back Pain Using Manual Muscle Testing? Chiropractic Journal Australia 36(2): 58-62, 2006.
Pollard, H. Reflections on the “Type O” Disorder. Journal Manipulative & Physiological Therapeutics, 2005;28:547.e1-547.e9
Walker, S., Bablis, P., Pollard, H., & McHardy, A. Practitioner Perceptions of Emotions Associated with Pain: A survey. Journal Chiropractic Medicine, 2005: 4(2):89-96
Middleton, P., & Pollard, H. Are Chronic Low Back Pain Outcomes Improved with Co-management of Concurrent Depression? BMC Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 2005, 13:8
Brown, B., Pollard, H., & Bonello, R. A Bio-psychosocial Approach to Hypothyroidism
BMC Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 2005: 13:5
Pollard, H., Lakay, B., Tucker, F., Watson, B., & Bablis, P. Interexaminer Reliability of the Deltoid and Psoas Muscle Test. Journal Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics, 2005;28(1):52-6
Pollard, H. & Bablis, P. Hypothyroidism: A new model for Conservative Management in two cases. Chiropractic Journal Australia. 34(1):11-18, 2004.
Pollard H. The somatovisceral reflex: How important for the “type O” condition?
Chiropractic Journal Australia, 2004 34(3): 93-102.
Monti, D.A., Sinnott, J, Marchese, M., Kunkel, E.J., & Greeson, J.M. Muscle test comparisons of congruent and incongruent self-referential statements. Perception and Motor Skills, 1999 June; 88(3 Pt 1):1019-28.
Peterson, K.B. A preliminary inquiry into manual muscle testing response in phobic and control subjects exposed to threatening stimuli. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics, June 1996(19:5): 310-316.
Peterson, K.B. Two cases of spinal manipulation performed while the patient contemplated an associated stress event: the effect of the effect of the manipulation / contemplation on serum cholesterol levels in hypercholesterolemic subjects. Chiropractic Technique, 1995 May;7(2):55-59
Published Journal Articles
Technique Feature Interview: Thinking About a Problem While Getting Adjusted? Neuro Emotional Technique Twenty Years Later, Scott Walker,The American Chiropractor, Volume 30, No. 12, December 2008, 18-22.
Technique: Our Three Brains — and the Emotional Component of Health!, Scott and Deborah Walker, The American Chiropractor, Volume 29, No. 12, November 2007, 26.
Your Present Technique Works Better Than You Think It Does, Scott and Deborah Walker, The American Chiropractor, Volume 29, No. 5, May 2007, 22.
Help For Chronic Subluxations, Scott and Deborah Walker, The American Chiropractor, Issue 13, 2006, 22.
Complementary Medicine in Chronic Cancer Care, Daniel A. Monti and Jingduan Yang, Elsevier, Inc., Semi Oncolology, 32:225-231, 2005, 225-231.
10 More Great Techniques, 3rd Annual Edition, Neuro Emotional Technique, Scott and Deborah Walker, The American Chiropractor, Volume 25, No. 3, 2003, 26.
Neuro-Emotional Technique, Ella Thomas, Nature & Health (Australia), Volume 23, No. 6, December 2002 / January 2003, 80-81.
Unearthing our Roadblocks, A Professionals Guide to Overcoming Emotional Dissatisfaction, Anna Tobia, New Visions Magazine, August 2003, www.newvisionsmagazine.com.
Recurring Subluxation Patterns, Michael Kudlas, Michigan Chiropractic Journal, July 2003, 15-20.
Neuro Emotional Technique, Scott Walker and Theresa M. Pigott, Canadian Chiropractor, 1999, Volume 4, No 2, 10-14.
Phobia and Shock — Releasing the Emotions That Hold Structural Imbalances in Place, David Alan Tribble, Alternative Medicine, Issue 27, January 1999, 26-28.
Disobedient Vertebrae: Are They (Neuro) Emotionally Disturbed?, Scott Walker, Chiropractic Products, October 1996, 22-26.
Mind Games, How to use psychology to enhance your performance, Roy M. Wallack, Triathlete Magazine, June 1995, No. 134, 59-59-63.
A Real Head Case, Physical symptoms can indicate psychological distress, Muscle and Fitness, February 1994, 58-60.
Ivan Pavlov, His Dog and Chiropractic, Scott Walker, Digest of Chiropractic Economics March/April 1992, 36-46.
The Triangle of Health: Once More with Feeling, Scott Walker, Digest of Chiropractic Economics May/June 1990, 16-25.
Interview with Scott Walker, DC, Founder of Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), and Steve Shaffer, DC, an NET practitioner, Lily G. Casura, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, July 1988, 128-134.